Sales soar at Bovis Homes

Bovis Homes has seen a 40% year on year increase in private reservations in the first six months of 2013, with private sales per site per week in the past three months up 60% on last year . “The group has performed well in the first half of 2013 with a significant further improvement in housing

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Private housing registrations at five year high – NHBC

Private sector home registrations have reached a five year high, the latest NHBC figures show. NHBC said that in May it registered 9,617 new private UK homes, the highest monthly figure seen since February 2008. Overall housing registrations continue to climb, with 36,487 new homes in total registered from March to May 2013, a rise

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Award Winning Clients

Congratulations @BannerHomesPLC , Heritage DB, @BOVISHOMES ,@TaylorWimpey , Croudace, @PersimmonHomes & @McCarthyStone on their award winners for this year’s NHBC Pride in the Job Awards #nhbcpij

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Household confidence over house prices at three-year high

Household confidence over house prices has reached a three-year high, according to the Knight Frank/Markit House Price Sentiment Index (HPSI). The latest monthly index showed that out of the 1,500 UK home owners surveyed, around 15% said that the value of their home had risen over the past month, whilst 8.6% reported that the value

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A Happy Placed Candidate

A lovely quote from a candidate I placed this week.   “I just wanted to say thank you for what you have done for me in this matter. I have had virtually no help from any of the other agents that I was registered with but you certeinly stuck with it and came up with

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Bovis Enjoys Sales Surge

Bovis Homes has seen its private net reservations rise 26% year-on-year  to 989 over the 19 weeks to May 10 2013. The housebuilder said that the increase had been fuelled by an 11% rise in the average number of active sales outlets to 91, and its average private sales rate rising 14% to 0.57 net

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