A show home designed with flexible working in mind is to launch at Hanstead Park in Bricket Wood this weekend.
Buying and selling houses is a tricky business - I reckon we’re all agreed on that.
Wannabe designers are being invited to come up with a new look for one of the properties at a major residential development in St Albans.
The likes of St Albans and Harpenden are among the safest places to live in the UK thanks to their low crime rates.
Getting on the property ladder in St Albans or Harpenden was tricky enough before COVID-19, but since lockdown it’s got a whole lot more complicated.
A new residential development is to launch in Welwyn Garden City on Saturday.
St Albans residents are making an average of £936 per year by renting out their drives.
Since lockdown our housing priorities have changed, and we’ve all become obsessed with having outside space.
Did someone say groundhog day?
TVs have become the latest casualty of the coronavirus, with one insurance firm reporting an eight-fold increase in claims for smashed screens during the COVID-19 lockdown.
St Albans residents’ home insurance policies have risen well above the national average rate over the last three years.
Brits are fantasising about a new life abroad, with Spain, France and Portugal topping the majority of wish lists.
UK property prices have dropped for the third month in a row, according to the Halifax.
According to Nationwide’s latest house price index, we’ve just seen the largest monthly fall in prices in 11 years.
UK house prices fell by 1.7 per cent last month from April - the biggest monthly dip since February 2009, according to the Nationwide.
Movers have been taking to one property portal in record numbers since the housing market reopened in England, with Rightmove recording its busiest day ever last week.
From Radlett to Codicote, Moor Park to Berkhamsted, if there’s one thing Herts isn’t short of it’s stunning, expensive homes.
So, how’s the local market looking after a couple of weeks of this ‘new normal’?
Around a third of British adults say they feel more positive about their home and their community now than they did before lockdown restrictions were imposed.
What a week it’s been for the property market.
Two major property developments in St Albans are to reopen their sales offices and show homes to customers on Friday.
The experts agree that a stamp duty holiday is just what the property market needs – but what are our chances of actually getting one? Jane Howdle investigated.
Struggling to set a non-awful video call scene has been something I’ve battled with throughout lockdown, so this week’s feature couldn’t have come a moment too soon.
Rightmove has reported a significant increase in property searches following the government’s decision to reopen the housing market in England.
There is no shortage of interest from buyers in the local housing market according to one St Albans agent – but more than a few hours’ notice of its reopening would have been appreciated.
Estate agents in England have been given the green light to return to work today by the government.
A St Albans estate agent has expressed his frustration with the government for failing to ease lockdown restrictions for non-essential retail businesses.
Hertfordshire villages such as Redbourn, Wheathampstead and Sandridge are likely to be among the areas that benefit most when the property market gets up and running again.
UK house prices fell by 0.6 per cent between March and April – but were up 2.7 per cent on a year ago.
Lockdown has left many of us reassessing what we really want from our homes.