Location: Western Europe, one of the Channel Islands in the English Channel, northwest of France
Size: about one-half the size of Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
Climate: temperate with mild winters and cool summers; about 50% of days are overcast
Terrain: mostly level with low hills in southwest
Map of Guernsey
Regions: Guernsey includes the following towns/areas: Bordeaux Catel Clos du Valle Cobo Forest Grandes Rocques Jerbourg King's Mills L'Ancresse L'Eree La Fontenelle La Villette Le Bourg Les Quartiers Mont Saint Putron Village St. Andrew St. Martin St. Peter Port St. Peter's St. Sampson St. Saviour Torteval Vale
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UK Real Estate News
||Budget boost for UK properties|
Prospective UK property buyers welcomed the extra help from the Government announced in Wednesday’s budget speech but many industry specialists feel more could be done to boost the ailing industry.
||UK asking prices spring forward|
A recent article reported that the price of UK properties listed for sale during March is 1.7 per cent higher than a month ago.
||UK Chancellor urged to help house builders|
Members of the UK property industry urge the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, to consider extra incentives and aid to help boost the house building construction industry throughout the country during his budget speech.
||Home ownership dream shattered for Brits|
The results of a new survey suggest that almost two thirds of private sector renters feel they will never be able to take the first step on the UK property ladder.
||UK home sales bounce into spring|
UK property sales have recorded strong results for the three months ending in February as confidence returns to the home buying public.
||UK mortgage approvals fall in February|
High inflation and the weak state of the economy are two of the reasons for the fall in approvals for UK mortgages during last month according to several industry advisors.
||UK lettings soon to be regulated|
UK property groups and consumer organisations are now campaigning for the Government to implement changes to the lettings sector of the UK property market following a positive vote in the House of Lords last week.
||Number of FTB’s builds across Scotland|
2012 proved to be a good year for first time buyers wishing to take the first step on the Scottish sector of the UK property ladder according to data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).
||FTB’s return to London markets|
New figures supplied by the Council of Mortgage Lenders shows a surge of new buyers taking the first step on the London property ladder.
||London property plans get the go ahead|
The London property market got an added boost earlier this week when Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, gave his seal of approval to plans for the regeneration of the Heygate Estate in Elephant and Castle.
||FTB’s get UK market moving|
It’s official more first time buyers are accessing UK mortgages and the UK property market looks to be moving in the right direction for recovery to continue.
||UK property tax dodgers beware|
UK property owners who have sold a property that is not their main residence but have neglected to inform the tax man had better get their affairs in order before the beginning of August.
||UK house prices hold steady|
The latest house price index from the Nationwide recorded just a 0.2 per cent rise in UK property prices during February which puts the value of the average UK home at around the same level as twelve months ago.
||Foreign investors favour London property market|
The recovery of the UK property market has been led by the strength of the London property market and the prime central London sector is considered among the top runners throughout the global markets.
||UK homeowners sticking with lenders|
Towards the end of last year there was a huge decline in the number of UK property owners re-financing their home mortgage.
||Fewer UK home owners prepared to drop asking price|
During the height of the financial crisis many homes listed for sale across most regions of the UK property market saw their for sale price discounted at least once prior to being sold – new research suggests that is no longer the case.
||New homes shortfall across England|
A shortage of new homes throughout the English sector of the UK property market will have a knock on effect for potential homeowners unless construction levels increase.
||House prices will rise say UK owners|
Leading UK property experts forecast that house prices across most areas of the country will remain fairly steady for 2013 without much movement either way but the results of a new survey suggest home owners disagree.
||Repossessions decline across UK|
During 2012 the number of UK mortgages that fell to repossession was the lowest figure recorded for five years.
||Sales of UK homes beginning to build|
Confidence is continuing to grow in the recovery of the UK property market as more properties are being sold across the country.
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