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Should we stay or should we go? Ahead of June's EU referendum, here's a taster of what could be in store for the housing market if the nation backs Brexit.

Picture it. After a nail-biting lead up to the EU referendum on 23 June, the nation votes to leave Europe. Then we’re in uncharted territory.

It’s difficult to forecast exactly how a Brexit vote would shape the housing market. But here at Zoopla, we’ve put our thinking caps on to provide at least a taster of what the brave new world might look like.

But, as we know our readers will point out, for every potential impact of Brexit on the housing market, there is also an argument to the contrary.


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THREE new show homes have been unveiled by Barratt Homes at Highfields, Littleover.

The three properties have been styled with a variety of buyers in mind and include a homely three-bedroomed house, a flexible three/four-bed and an impressive four-bedroomed detached.

Jan Ruston, sales director at Barratt Homes North Midlands, said: "With distinctive themes in each show home, buyers can pick up inspiration and tips to help them get the most out of their new home."



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Discreetly set back from the road behind electronic gates, a stunning newly built 5 bedroom, 5300 sq. Ft home, built by Griggs Homes. Located on the edge of Shenley Village, yet close to Radlett & within greenbelt countryside.


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Thinking of moving? If so, now could be a good time to buy a new-build home. After all, the Government wants a million new homes built by 2020. But wider choice isn't the only benefit. Here are 8 top reasons a new-build home could be the answer to your next move.



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Buy-to-let remortgaging activity soared by nearly two-thirds in February as landlords took advantage of falling rates.

Investors agreed more than 13,000 remortgage deals during the month – 62% more than in February last year, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).

In fact, remortgaging has been the main driver of increased activity in the buy-to-let sector in recent months, accounting for 59% of total advances in February, compared with just 27% in the homeowner space.

A total of £1.5bn was also advanced to landlords buying properties in February, a massive 67% more than in the same month of last year.

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A DEVELOPER has confirmed it is working on an application to build hundreds of more homes on the edge of Mickleover.

Commercial Estates Group has already got planning permission to build 300 homes on part of a piece of land known as New House Farm, on the edge of the suburb, But its website said the land as a whole is “promoted for a 1,500-unit sustainable, urban extension to Mickleover”.

CEG had previously said the location of the site “makes for a very sustainable location being in close proximity to many local services and good transport links”.

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DERBY is to get its own version of popular board game Monopoly after coming out on top in a public vote.

The city beat off competition from Leicester, Grantham and Newark to win the right to have a regional version of the game.

The vote was organised by Winning Moves UK, which is putting together the game under licence from Monopoly owner Hasbro.

Now Derby will feature in its own version of Monopoly, with London landmarks and streets from the original replaced by local ones.


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