Loveitts are pleased to announce their appointment as agents for the proposed sale of Warwick House, Nuneaton, a private residential apartment scheme of 35 one bedroomed units all with allocated parking. The Warwick House building, which is located within Nuneaton’s inner ring road and close to the commercial heart of the town, is particularly conveniently for access to the town’s Trent Valley Railway Station (with direct train services through to London Euston Station - approx. one hour) making the location ideal for daily commuters travelling daily into the capital. John Pugh, head of commercial property at Loveitts said: ‘This is a fantastic opportunity for an investors to acquire a recently converted block of high quality apartments with contemporary kitchens and bathrooms which are likely to appeal to working professionals making this an ideal investment opportunity and particularly given its convenient location at the heart of Nuneaton’. Reasonable interest is currently being shown in the block albeit the opportunity still remains available with viewings to be arranged via Loveitts Commercial, tel. John Pugh at 024 7622 8111, mobile no. 07788 456850 or e-mail email@example.com) for further details.
Late 2021 and early2022 has generally been kind to housebuilders who have enjoyed the fruits of a market which will likely see more new homes sold than in any year since 2007. But with the introduction of new Help to Buy price caps in recent years and rapidly rising material costs, this period hasn’t been without its challenges. Here we set out the 10 key trends to watch in late 2022, which despite the stamp duty holiday ending, is still shaping up to be a stronger than average year.
Housing secretary Michael Gove announced plans to kickstart housebuilding for 2022, including encouraging the smaller builders who have been disappearing from the market over the past decades. In the 1980s, almost 40% of new homes were built by smaller developers and that figure is now only around 10%, due mostly to onerous regulations that favour larger housebuilders.