In 1981, 36.6% of properties in Peterborough were council houses. Today, that figure stands at 6.4%, a proportional drop of 82%.Why has the number of council houses dropped so much in those 40 years? How has that
2,480 properties have sold in the Peterborough area in the last 12 months.It only takes 45 days to sell a Peterborough home, so why does it take 119 days from the sold board going up to the buyer
The average time to find a buyer for a Peterborough property reduced from 69 days in 2020 to 45 days in 2021.Yet still, just under 1 in 3 Peterborough homeowners are on the market after 12 weeks. Why are so many
The UK is currently experiencing its highest inflation rate since the early 1990s. This increase in prices has primally come about by the combination of an increase in demand for goods and services from consumers following...
1,419 homes in the Peterborough area are empty, which represents 1 in 63 homes. 909 of those have been empty for more than six months and are worth £205million. Why are those properties standing empty and deteriorating and why
Peterborough Household Heating Bills Set
to Rise to £103,004,447 in 2022
The energy bills of every Peterborough resident will...
43% drop in the number of properties for sale in Peterborough in the last 12 months.783 Peterborough homes have sold (stc) in the last three months alone, taking the time from the ‘for sale board’ going up to sale
2,989 Peterborough Landlords Could Be Hit
With £14k Bills and Red Tape in Tory
15,344 Peterborough OAP Homeowners Could be Forced to Sell Their Homes as Their Energy Bills RiseWill Peterborough OAP homeowners be forced to sell their home as their gas & electric bills are set to double in 2022? What...
The average house price in Peterborough has increased by 199.2% to £264,900 in the last 20 years, a profit of £176,400That means, when adjusted for inflation in those two decades, Peterborough house prices have risen in