More UK Home Starts at the End of 2011

New home starts in England rose by 6% during the last quarter of 2011 compared to the previous quarter, according to data from the Department of Communities and Local Government. Seasonally adjusted figures show 25,240 new homes were started in the last quarter of 2011, but this is still 48% less the house building peak in December 2005.

Homeownership Levels Fall in Norfolk, UK

A report by What House? highlighted important facts of a new study by the National Housing Federation which shows that home ownership in the East of England is on the decline, as it is forecast to drop to less than 65% by 2021, while house prices are predicted to increase substantially during the next five

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