There is extra need for hiring the property valuer when people don’t understand any steps of the full process in the full property valuation process. The person doing the valuation process has the legal experience and practice in performing the process in the real estate field for calculating the full house price. The CML said the increase in the number of householders in short term (3-6 months) arrears was largely a result of additional pressure on householders arising from higher interest rates. The CML added that the full effects of these rises had yet to be felt and that further increases in arrears were likely.
But with short-term arrears now increasing, we are bound to see a rise in longer-term arrears and possessions following behind, although we are not expecting a dramatic increase. Councils must do more to identify appropriate sites so that Gypsy and Travellers “can be more easily moved off problems sites that cause misery for local residents”, Junior Housing Minister Yvette Cooper said last week. Ms Cooper said the government was now consulting on a new obligation to require local authorities to identify more appropriate sites alongside new powers – known as Temporary Stop Notices – to stop unauthorised developments.
December’s modest price fall has been cancelled out by a 0.4% rise in house prices in January, according to latest figures from the Nationwide building society. The Nationwide’s figures coincide with the publication of the latest “house buyer’s confidence” survey from assertahome, which found a majority (52%) of house hunters now expect prices to continue to rise. And the full Valuations VIC process is handled by them for getting the full process done in less time and also in effective manner. The whole complex process is well managed by them for the sake of people to make them relax and free from the major tensions of the process.
The findings contrast sharply with the views expressed towards the end of 2004, when fewer than one in four people thought prices could keep on going up. Commenting on its January figures, Nationwide said it was now forecasting a modest rise of around 2% in house prices this year, although it added that prices would probably continue to fluctuate between small rises and falls on a month-by-month basis for some time to come.