The average house sale in Hertfordshire takes more than six months to complete, making it the second slowest county in the country.
St Albans is a more affordable rental location than either Leeds or Salford, surprising new research has revealed.
Pandemic life, eh? For those of us lucky enough to have avoided COVID-19, there’ve been a whole load of home-based things to fret and worry about instead.
Over 55s looking for a new home are being invited to privately view St Albans’ newest independent retirement living community.
A property developer is offering shopping vouchers, interior design packages and the promise of a pre-Christmas completion date to potential buyers.
Oh, to have a desk of one’s own.
St Albans has come second in a new countdown of the best countryside locations to relocate to.
Fears that the second lockdown would bring Hertfordshire’s property boom to an abrupt end have been unfounded, according to one local estate agent.
Has there ever been a madder time to move? If there has, I can’t remember it.
A St Albans mum and her four-year-old daughter have helped a housing association reach a major milestone by moving into its 7,000th home.
Moving house is stressful – we all know that.
The number of £1m-plus house sales in St Albans and Harpenden rocketed by 25 per cent over the last year, new data has revealed.
The number of Londoners considering a new life in St Albans has risen rapidly post-lockdown, with one local estate agency reporting a 77 per cent increase in new registrations from the capital.
One thing I’ve been wondering, as I open boxes, grimace at the miscellaneous contents, and quickly close them again, is when the current property bubble is going to burst.
Prime rents in Harpenden and St Albans increased by 0.7 per in the three months to the end of September, thanks to a combination of strong demand for larger properties and a shortage of supply.
Fast broadband and a large number of cafés have helped St Albans secure a high ranking in a new countdown of the best UK areas for working from home.
East of England property prices shot up by 1.7 per cent in the last month, an increase matched only by the South West.
Well, we’re in. And so much for all that bragging about what a moving pro I was - it was as exhausting and time-consuming as it was always going to be.
Rents have rocketed outside the capital, thanks to record demand from tenants.
Widely regarded as one of the most stressful things you can do in life, the nightmare that is moving house is almost upon us.
Just five properties remain for sale at the Lancaster Grange development in Bricket Wood.
The unexpected post-lockdown property boom has left Savills reassessing their house price predictions, with growth of 17.3 per cent now expected in the East of England over the next five years.
We’re at the panicked decluttering stage of moving house; removals and cleaners are booked, now we need to get rid of some of the excess stuff we no longer need.
Million pound-plus houses are being snapped up more quickly in Hertfordshire than almost anywhere else in the country.
Household admin is a big old yawn-fest at the best of times, never more so for me than at present.
St Albans has been named as one of the best cities in England to raise a family.
Uncertainty caused by Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic has done little to slow transactions in the local commercial property market, according to one expert.
St Albans and Harpenden residents are paying some of the highest home insurance premiums in the UK - and rates are rising.
The best in sustainable, innovative local design and construction will again be celebrated in the Hertfordshire Building Futures Awards, which are set to return in 2021.
The best thing about renting is that, when something goes wrong, it’s not you that’s paying to fix it.