Great news for home-owners in Lincoln – property prices are BOOMING

Lincolnshire is experiencing a property boom – as house prices rise at 
more than three times the national rate. 
New data from HM Land Registry shows that the price of an average 
house in our city was £186,875 at the start of the year. 
That’s an average 5.1 per cent rise compared to the same time in 2018, 
when the figure stood at £177,822 – meaning the average homeowner will 
have gained £9,053 over the period.

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Union buys £1.4m Leicester offices

A city centre regeneration scheme at Friars Mill Office Park is set for completion with the £1.4m sale of the Riverside Building to the Leicester branch of trade union, Unite.

Leicestershire commercial property specialist Andrew + Ashwell has confirmed the sale, with Unite set to relocate from previous headquarters on nearby Burleys Way to the new building on Bath Lane, built by Brackley Property Developments.

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This is how you can get on the property ladder in Burton – for around £65,000

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Aspiring home owners can get their foot on the property ladder by bagging a two bed-house which has a guide price at the auction of just £65,000.

The house, in Duke Street in Burton, will go under the hammer among a whole host of properties in the town on Thursday, April 11.

It will be sold by SDL Auctions at their Derby event to be held at Pride Park.

An estimate price of £65,000 has been alloted to the two-bedroom terraced house which has been described as “ideal first time buy or investment property”.

It sits on the end of a terraced row and benefits from being close to amenities including shops, schools, bars and Queen’s Hospital, details on the property say.

There is a specious living room, a long stretch of a garden and built-in appliances in the kitchen, it says.

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