Builders Say Britain Needs More Energy Efficient Homes

The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) thinks making Britain’s homes more energy efficient should be supported with measures included in the UK’s upcoming budget. By adopting such measures, the British government would boost the construction industry and help householders deal with the issue of rising fuel bills. Brian Berry, chief executive of the FMB, warns that over nine million British households might be in fuel poverty by 2016 some nine million British households could be in fuel poverty.

Survey Shows Growing Optimism about Home Prices among UK Homeowners

The majority of UK homeowners things residential real estate prices will go up in 2013, as shown by the latest House Price Sentiment Index from property consultants Knight Frank and economics consultancy Markit, an index considered one of the most accurate in predicting house price trends.

UK Property and Gentrification in London No Less?

In a spark of good news from the UK market in London, apparently the country’s upper-crust has not been stifled in their property buying habits. Bloomberg-Businessweek just reported even with price hikes because of new taxes, some areas of the city remain hot commodities.

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