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Friday News #147 – Explore the weeks’ hottest topics in Thirlmere Deacon’s Friday News Bulletin.

This week saw the sky turn orange in London as a Saharan dust cloud swept over the UK, after 6 years being detained in Iran, two British-Iranian nationals have arrived back on British soil and celebrations for St Patrick’s day have returned following a two-year pause due to the pandemic. We round up the latest news from the week here in our bulletin. TD Spotlight Pension vs Property: Which Is...

Friday News #146 – Explore the weeks’ hottest topics in Thirlmere Deacon’s Friday News Bulletin.

Rounding up the hottest topics of the week, highlighting what’s trending online and sharing the latest from the property market here in our Friday News. TD Spotlight Landlords need to be savvy going in 2022 with a tax rise looming on the horizon. A recent article from The Telegraph highlights the often-underused reliefs still available.  Landlord loopholes: how buy-to-let investors can reduce tax...

Friday News #144 – Explore the weeks’ hottest topics in Thirlmere Deacon’s Friday News Bulletin.

The global economy will see some shifts as countries navigate change in the markets. Those buying property should be wary of rate rises likely being brought forward. Prudent investors can make well-informed decisions in times of uncertainty with the guidance of seasoned property professionals. To explore your options, contact us on +44203 950 7939, without obligation. Read the latest news in our...

Friday News #143 – Explore the weeks’ hottest topics in Thirlmere Deacon’s Friday News Bulletin.

A 5-letter puzzle game has wreaked havoc this week, doubts are creeping about investing in cryptocurrency and a recent report has highlighted how few of us are planning for the future. This and the latest property news from the Uk and Dubai in our weekly round-up.   #trending #wordle Social media is abuzz with talk of Wordle, a web-based word game developed by Josh Wardle. For those...

Friday News #142 – Explore the weeks’ hottest topics in Thirlmere Deacon’s Friday News Bulletin.

The UK property market continues to experience an imbalance between supply and demand with record numbers of tenants and buyers seeking property. In Dubai, the property market is experiencing growth with predictions for further increases being supported by the Dubai Expo 2020. Read more of the latest news in our weekly round-up.   #trending #DubaiExpo2020 The Duke of Cambridge has...

Friday News #141 – Explore the weeks’ hottest topics in Thirlmere Deacon’s Friday News Bulletin.

A Tory MP has caused outrage by remarking that the lockdown breach at Number 10 Downing Street was ‘like a parking on a double yellow line’, Rihanna and ASAP Rocky announced they are having a baby, and Jeff Bezos is having a historic bridge dismantled to allow his superyacht to leave the dock. Explore more of the latest news and the latest property market updates in Thirlmere Deacon’s Friday News...

Friday News #140 – Explore the weeks’ hottest topics in Thirlmere Deacon’s Friday News Bulletin.

Why are luxury goods reporting such large increases in sales figures, what impact has Expo 2020 had on Dubai property and will the 4-day working week become a reality in the UK? Explore the weeks’ hottest topics in Thirlmere Deacon’s Friday News Bulletin. #trending #4dayworkweek The 4 day working week trial has begun in the UK with around 30 companies across the country joining a pilot scheme....

Friday News #0139 – Rounding up the week’s hottest topics and the latest news from tennis to private members clubs

#trending #AusOpen At The Australian Open, The Drama Is – Finally – On The Tennis Court. One of the greatest tennis tournaments in the world is now underway but there are some big names noticeably absent and some new contenders that might have a shot at the title. Read more. #ukpolitics UK politics has been a hot topic in recent weeks with calls for resignations and in-party clashes. On...

Friday News #0138 – House Price Growth Slows But Still Clocks 10% Gain

As we move towards the festive break in the UK, the property market continues to show no sign of abating. At the risk of sounding like a broken record, the demand for properties to buy and rent across the UK is still far greater than the supply of property to the market - putting the market on a positive footing for price growth. With interest rates remaining low, and the lack of property available to...

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