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By Bridget O'Brien PR
Brooklyn Rap Artist VNova to release the first single off Street Album Hidden in Plain Sight Volume 2 May 13.
By Bridget O'Brien PR
Rap Artist VNova Has Innovative Projects Coming Soon VNova continues to build a brand through his music and keeps adding to his volume of work while maintaining creative control of his craft.
By Society of Certified Senior Advisors
Seniors are finding relief from severe and chronic joint pain caused by arthritis.
By Dream doTERRA
Learn about the symptoms for pain on the joints, what causes joint pain, and how to successfully treat it using doTERRA Essential Oils.
By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Latimer Hinks solicitors partner Nicola Neilson is predicting that the scrapping of Home Information Packs by the Government will bring a welcome boost to the housing market.
By Countrywide
Countrywide reacts to the UK government's announcement of suspending HIPs, by offering to help thousands of home movers.
By Laura Nuttall
An order to abolish Home Information Packs (HIPs) has been signed and is ready to be passed through parliament with an announcement for their suspension due this week.
By Nick Small
Selling your Home? Need a Home Information Pack. Produce your own and save money with Pali's help.
By GB Energy (Training) Ltd
ABBE approved energy assessor training provider, GB Energy (Training) Ltd; based in Preston, Lancashire, open for energy assessor training courses.
By Nick Small
Pali are please to announce the launch of their new Development Packs. The packs can provide potential purchasers, or their solicitors, information regarding areas of land which are intended for development.
By PaulDavis
now days the world is full of adulteration, so is our things we buy and eat. And the most affected one is the person who buys it for their use.
By PaulDavis
Trusting in anything these days is not possible as it is a world where fraud cases are increasing day by day whether it may be related to property or any other kind of money matters or any thing.
By Eric Walker, Bushells
Many Estate Agents are overcharging for HIPs and some are pocketing the difference.
By Tyron Piteau
Tyron Piteau is a local North Vancouver personal trainer and fitness boot camp instructor. Today he breakdowns four exercises that you don't want to do and may get you hurt!
By Marketing Communication Dept
Kaspersky Lab, a leading developer of secure content management solutions, announces the successful patenting of a cutting-edge heuristic analysis technology in the US.
By Nick Small
New legislation was introduced in April this year which was supposed to make it easier to access to property information held by Local Authorities on behalf of the public. In many cases it has had the opposite effect.
By Green ASAP and Green Light Report
Possibly the biggest purchase of your life is when you buy a new home. There are many pitfalls to consider, and sometimes it's too late to realise the problems you could have. The 'GreenLightReport' will prepare you for the big move.
By Wolstenholmes Solicitors
Wills and Probate Law and What it Means to You
By London & Country
The Government has reviewed the current Home Information Packs and have announced changes to ensure that they contain more helpful information.
Home Information Packs (HIP) are becoming more widely understood amongst the general public. However, with the Home Information Pack’s existence we have seen risen some urban myths. Now is the time to dispell a few.
By Nick Small
Pali now supply Standard Assessment Procedures (SAP) Reports, Predictive Energy Assessments (PEA) and On Construction Energy Assessments (OCEA).
By Piribo Ltd
Report Buyer, the online destination for business intelligence for major industry sectors, has added a new report which finds that orthopedic implant demand is forecast to rise 9.8 percent annually to $23 billion in the next four years.
By Pali Ltd
Pali supply either a full Hip or the component parts to property professionals or the public. Payment can be made buy cash, cheque, credit or debit card. Alternatively you can buy now pay later* For more information telephone Nick Small 08700 500820
Anyone interested in finding out how the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive will affect Northern Ireland’s property market should head down to see ABBE, the Awarding Body for the Built Environment at a free conference.
By 7Side Ltd
Hips are compulsory for anyone selling a home, and for anyone letting one from October 2008, Home Information Packs are designed to help both the seller and the buyer know key information about the property in question.
By Firsthips Ltd.
Badly assembled HIPs are being rejected by buyers' lawyers and cause delays in the home selling process.
By Duchy Estates
Duchy Estates had an unannounced visit from a Decreto 218/2005 Inspector last month and received a fine of several thousand euros for ‘non-compliance’. You may think us odd for publicising but what hurt our pocket has improved our business.
By National Homebuyers
Millions of Britons graduate from university with unmanageable debt, meaning fewer are able to enter the property market.
By National Homebuyers
Home sellers are reluctant to pay for Home information packs (Hips) upfront.
By National Homebuyers
The new homes market cooled in August, providing the latest proof that prices are caught in a downward spiral.
By National Homebuyers
It has been revealed that some sub-prime mortgage lenders are intentionally making their products undesirable to borrowers.
By National Homebuyers
Women are as good as men when it comes to property investment as they are good at multi-tasking and are as ambitious and switched on as their male counterparts, according to a new survey.
By National Homebuyers
Landlords across the country are said to be selling up and heading abroad amid fears of a crash in the housing market, one property expert has claimed.
By National Homebuyers
Home Information Packs (Hips) could see homeowners become more environmentally-friendly, one expert has claimed.
By National Homebuyers
First-time buyers (FTBs) are being priced out of the UK market and so are turning their attentions abroad.
By National Homebuyers
Rising interest rates have led to a downturn in the number of people taking out mortgages.
By National Hombuyers
Most people over the age of 55 have finished paying off their mortgage, according to new research.
By National Homebuyers
Anyone living along Britain's coastline could be in danger of losing their property.
By National Homebuyers
Gordon Brown has been slammed for his economic policies, which the Conservatives say have forced first-time buyers (FTBs) out of the property market.
By National Homebuyers
People looking to sell their homes have been told that they have their work cut out.
By National Homebuyers
Affordability of housing is falling and things look set to get worse, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).
By National Homebuyers
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) is planning to raise concerns over subprime mortgage lending tomorrow, with consumers with poor credit finding it increasingly difficult to meet repayments.
By National Homebuyers
Interest rate increases since last August have severely impacted on the mortgage market, data from the Building Societies Association (BSA) shows.
By National Homebuyers
Rising interest rates means more than 230,000 people in the UK are missing loan payments each month, it has been revealed.
By National Homebuyers
The extent to which home information packs (Hips) are distorting the housing market - despite not yet being introduced - has been highlighted by the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA).
By The Renewable Energy Centre
Following the delayed launch of Home Information Packs, and the key Energy Performance Certificates, now set for 1st August, The Renewable Energy Centre voices its concerns about the impact on the UK’s fight against climate change.
By National Homebuyers
The prospect of a further rise in interest rates will send "shudders up the spine of Middle England", it has been claimed.
By National Homebuyers
Asking prices have reached their highest level since April 2005, it has been revealed, providing more fuel for analysts predicting a further interest rate rise this summer.
By National Homebuyers
The Conservative Party's parliamentary motion to halt the introduction of home introduction packs (Hips) has failed, it has been confirmed.
By National Homebuyers
The introduction of home information packs (Hips) will shift some of the costs of moving from buyers to sellers, it has been alleged.

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