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  • New home supply challenges will persist throughout 2022, warn housebuilders
    10th August 2022
    Figures released today in the whathouse.com New Homes Index reveal that the number of house hunters searching for new build homes rose +11% in July – a sizeable increase over the previous month – despite record prices and rising interest rates. Search rises were reported in every single region, and across every key sector, reflecting the high level of interest nationwide in buying a new build home, even in the face on ongoing economic and political uncertainty.
  • New home supply challenges will persist throughout 2022, warn housebuilders
    11th July 2022
    The escalating cost of living is affecting mortgage affordability – yet housebuilders are reporting that the number of people actioning plans to move to a new build home remains strong.
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  • New home supply challenges will persist throughout 2022, warn housebuilders
    10th June 2022
    New data from whathouse.com, the UK’s leading new home audience platform, reveals that new build property coming to market has hit a record of £384,738, up by 7.2% from the same period last year (+£26,090).
  • New home supply challenges will persist throughout 2022, warn housebuilders
    12th May 2022
    New data from whathouse.com, the UK’s leading new home audience platform, can reveal that home hunter desire for new build homes has faltered - as search slows by 7%.
  • New home supply challenges will persist throughout 2022, warn housebuilders
    19th April 2022
    British home buyers no longer aspire to live in a period property, and would prefer a new build home post-pandemic, data from the New Home Buyer Survey shows.
  • New home supply challenges will persist throughout 2022, warn housebuilders
    12th April 2022
    New data from whathouse.com, the UK’s leading new home audience platform, can reveal that March has been the best ever start to spring as search for new homes hits a record high as data shows a 30% increase on the same time last year.
  • New home supply challenges will persist throughout 2022, warn housebuilders
    14th March 2022
    Whathouse.com analysis of buyer searches in February 2022 reveals buyer interest in luxury new homes across Scotland hit a record after experiencing an up tick in search of 67%.
  • New home supply challenges will persist throughout 2022, warn housebuilders
    15 February 2022
    New data from whathouse.com the UK’s leading new home audience platform can reveal that January was the busiest month on record for Scottish new home hunter activity, as first time buyers, forever home hunters and 50+ prospective buyers start 2022 with a strong desire to improve lifestyle, increase available space and lower energy consumption and running costs.
  • New home supply challenges will persist throughout 2022, warn housebuilders
    10 February 2022
    New data from whathouse.com the UK’s leading new home audience platform can reveal that January was the busiest month on record for new home hunter activity since May 2021, as 50+ prospective buyers and forever home hunters start 2022 with a strong desire to ring in the changes.
  • New home supply challenges will persist throughout 2022, warn housebuilders
    10 January 2022
    Changing lifestyle requirements will continue to re shape the new home market through 2022, predict housebuilders in the WhatHouse? Predictions Report 2022, as demand for luxury new homes in more rural locations continues to trend.
  • New home supply challenges will persist throughout 2022, warn housebuilders
    6 January 2022
    New home supply challenges will persist throughout 2022, warn housebuilders in the WhatHouse? Predictions Report 2022. While 71% of housebuilders are cautiously optimistic about the year ahead, 73% predict the impact of supply chain problems – specifically material shortages of bricks and timber – would be a key issue going into 2022.
  • Luxury new home  searches soar by 25 percent
    23 November 2021
    An enterprising Kent-based housebuilder has reached the zenith of British housebuilding, demonstrating it is ‘one to watch’ as it takes home the industry’s most coveted prize – the title of Best Small Housebuilder 2021 at The WhatHouse? Awards.
  • Luxury new home  searches soar by 25 percent
    23 November 2021
    The Fenchurch apartment in Wapping’s London Dock has scooped the Best Interior Design prize at The Whathouse? Awards 2021, as Judges applaud property developer St George for pushing creative boundaries, upping the ante in terms of quality and unleashing a plethora of colour to revitalise post-pandemic city living.
  • Luxury new home  searches soar by 25 percent
    23 November 2021
    Priddy’s Hard, Gosport, Hampshire - 39 homes on a derelict arsenal of the British Navy – have been applauded as a blueprint for green living, scooping the much-coveted title of Best Sustainable Development at The WhatHouse? Awards 2021.
  • Luxury new home  searches soar by 25 percent
    22 November 2021
    A young West Midlands based housebuilder has reached the pinnacle of British housebuilding, taking home the industry’s biggest prize – the title of Housebuilder of the Year 2021 – alongside Gold in the Best Medium Housebuilder category and Gold in the Best Public Realm category at The WhatHouse? Awards.
  • Luxury new home  searches soar by 25 percent
    22 November 2021
    Hyde Group has been awarded the title Housing Association of the Year 2021 at The Whathouse? Awards, as Judges applaud the social housing landlord’s forward-thinking approach to some of the biggest issues facing the housing association sector over the coming years and its leadership position in the vanguard of sustainable development.
  • Winners Revealed: WhatHouse? Awards 2021
    19 November 2021
    The WhatHouse? Awards ceremony took place earlier today at London’s JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel, where the winners of the 21 categories were eagerly announced.
  • Luxury new home  searches soar by 25 percent
    11 November 2021
    Fresh data from the UK’s leading new home audience platform Whathouse? confirms that 2021 has been the year of the ‘work/life balance’ buyer – those emerging from lockdown with plans to make positive lifestyle changes that to enable them to enjoy more quality time in their homes.
  • Luxury new home  searches soar by 25 percent
    08 November 2021
    The autumn new build property market remains healthy, despite concerns over potential interest rate rises and the conclusion of final stamp duty incentives.
  • Luxury new home  searches soar by 25 percent
    11 October 2021
    Fresh research from the WhatHouse? New Homes Index has found that The South West of England is the fastest growing region for new home search in Britain, as the number of people searching for a new built property reaches 13,550 in September (13% of all UK searches).
  • Luxury new home  searches soar by 25 percent
    16 September 2021
    The East Midlands is revealed as the fastest growing region for new home search in Britain, as the number of people searching for a new built property jumps by 46% in August.
  • Luxury new home  searches soar by 25 percent
    10 September 2021
    Data released today in the WhatHouse? New Homes Index reveals the hottest areas across Britain for new home buyer search with South East of England, West Midlands and East Midlands top of the list for August 2021.
  • Luxury new home  searches soar by 25 percent
    17 August 2021
    The Whathouse? New Homes Index has tracked Help to Buy average new build prices across Britain during July, it’s finding reveal that prices are comfortably below the regional price cap limits in all regions.
  • Luxury new home  searches soar by 25 percent
    12 August 2021
    The new WhatHouse? New Homes Index has revealed that the number of people searching for new homes in the North East of England is currently at an all-time high. A positive sign that, post-pandemic, many home buyers consider the North East to be the answer to their changing space requirements and lifestyle priorities.
  • Luxury new home  searches soar by 25 percent
    10 August 2021
    Data released today in the WhatHouse? New Homes Index reveals that buyer interest in luxury new build homes across Britain has increased by 25% during July, a sign that changing space requirements and lifestyle priorities continue to alter the new home market.
  • Priory Meadow (CALA Homes)
    13 July 2021
    A new WhatHouse? study has revealed that Britain’s Northerly regions are currently attracting high levels of new home buyer interest. A positive sign that, post-pandemic, many home buyers consider The North of England and Scotland to be the answer to their changing space requirements and lifestyle priorities.
  • Priory Meadow (CALA Homes)
    09 July 2021
    Data released today in the WhatHouse? New Homes Index reveals that buyer interest in new build homes across Britain has reached an all-time high during Q2 (April, May, June) with a record-breaking total of 493,521 buyer searches recorded during the period (+135% on Q1 figures).
  • Priory Meadow (CALA Homes)
    22 June 2021
    The New Homes Index has tracked new home buyer searches across England during May, its findings reveal that first-time buyer demand for help-to-buy properties has surged by 19% since the new scheme came into effect 1 April 2021.
  • Priory Meadow (CALA Homes)
    22 June 2021
    Data release today in the New Homes Index reveals that new home buyer demand across Britain has reached an all-time peak as a record-breaking total of 153,472 buyer searches are recorded during May.
  • Priory Meadow (CALA Homes)
    22 June 2021
    New data out today in the New Homes Index reveals the hottest areas across Britain for new home buyer demand with the South East of England top of the list for month-on-month growth during May.
  • Priory Meadow (CALA Homes)
    22 June 2021
    A new WhatHouse? study has revealed that the West Midlands is currently the hottest area across England for new home buyer demand (not including London & South East) as searches for new homes soar to 19,295 during May and searches for luxury new homes jump by 7%.
  • Priory Meadow (CALA Homes)
    11 May 2021
    New data out today in the New Homes Index reveals the hottest areas across Britain for new home buyer demand with London top of the list for month-on-month growth through the first three months of 2021. 
  • Priory Meadow (CALA Homes)
    11 May 2021
    A new WhatHouse? study has revealed that North West England is currently the hottest area across England for new home buyer demand (not including London) as searches for new homes grew month on month through the first three months of 2021.  

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