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Dunstable and Leighton Buzzard Property Blog

Leighton Buzzard House Prices Outstrip Wage Growth by 31.41% since 2007

In 1997, house prices were on average 3.5 times workers' annual wages, whereas in 2016 workers could typically expect to spend around 7.7 times annual wages on purchasing a home.

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Moving from a 2 bed Leighton Buzzard Property to a 4 bed will cost you £856 pm

If you live in Leighton Buzzard in a two-bedroom property and wish to move to a four-bedroom house in Leighton Buzzard, you would need to spend an additional £216,766 (or £856.23 pm in mortgage payments (based on the UK Bank average standard variable rate))

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Belvoir Dunstable 5 Year Anniversary celebration offer for NEW landlords. NO LANDLORD STARTUP FEES IN NOVEMBER.

For NEW landlords who sign up in November for a property in the LU5,LU6 and LU7 postcodes to be marketed before the end of 2017 we will charge ZERO landlord fees for this first tenancy.

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Gold Award from AllAgents for Best Letting Agent customer experience in Dunstable 2017 marks Belvoir Dunstable 5 year anniversary

As well as awarding Belvoir Dunstable the Gold Award AllAgents also awarded Belvoir Dunstable the Bronze Award for Best letting Agent customer experience in Bedfordshire.

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Leighton Buzzard Buy-to-Let Return / Yields - 1.4% to 6.9% a year

Leighton Buzzard Buy-to-Let Return / Yields - 1.4% to 6.9% a year

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14% Drop in Leighton Buzzard People Moving Home in the Last 10 Years

Back in the early 2000's, between 1m and 1.3m people moved each year in England and Wales, peaking at 1,349,306 home-moves (i.e. house sales) in 2002. However, the 'credit crunch' hit in 2008 and the number of house sales fell to 624,994 in 2009.

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Decreasing Numbers of Younger Homeowners in Leighton Buzzard

Looking at the Baby Boomers (the current 65+year olds) .. and roll the clock back 36 years (to when they were in their 30's and 40's and two thirds (65.6%) of them owned their own home.

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Slowing Leighton Buzzard Property Market? Yes and No!

Talking to several Leighton Buzzard landlords, they are very conscious of their tenants' capacity and ability to pay the rent and their own need to raise rents on their rental properties

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Does Leighton Buzzard's Property Market contain many small micro-property markets?

Now, I have specifically not mentioned the upper reaches of the Leighton Buzzard housing market for several reasons. Firstly, the lower or middle market is where most of the buy to let investment landlords buy their property

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