HomeOwners Alliance Reviews

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The HomeOwners Alliance champions the interests of Britain’s homeowners and aspiring homeowners, providing unbiased and practical advice as well as services you can trust whether you are buying, selling or owning your home.

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Your website seems to flag up home price trends on a monthly basis more that what estate agents and the media report. Thus, property prices have actually started to fall in August and September. The way leading estate agents announce latest trends (ie. comparing August 2021 with the figures for August 2020) presents a misleading picture in that the public will still think that prices are rising. They are on an annualised basis, but this does not take into account the most recent figures which could be a more realistic indication of what is to come. Home buyers deserve to be treated fairly and not have the wool pulled over their eyes by people who use every devious trick to simply "flag up the market" for personal gain..
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Thank you for taking the time to leave your thoughts. Our House Price Watch is a summary of the major house price indices and reports both monthly and annual fluctuations. Each month, we look at the latest data published by the Land Registry, Rightmove, Nationwide and Halifax, as well as insight and commentary from Zoopla and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). We don't include comments from those who are speculating on the market without any analysis or data. Our latest House Price Watch reported a fall in house prices for the first time in 12 months. https://hoa.org.uk/services/house-price-watch/house-price-watch-aug-2021/ You can sign up to our newsletter to receive our House Price Watch and other homebuying and selling tips. https://hoa.org.uk/newsletter-sign-up/ Kind regards, Paula
I have not had time to view anything Yet!
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...good first port of call...
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Hi, Yes, very useful, I need more information about rent to buy home, Please help me. Mob 07417572131 Thank you, Jeya
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Hi Jeya, thanks for getting in touch. It would be best if you contact your Help to Buy agent who can talk you through your options and help you identify if there are any Housing Association Rent to Buy schemes in your area. See - https://www.ownyourhome.gov.uk/scheme/find-a-help-to-buy-agent/ Good luck! Paula
A little bit but didn't really answer my question about restrictive covenants
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HI Sylvia, Thanks for taking the time to feedback and I'm sorry that our guide on restrictive covenants didn't answer your question. Feel free to email your specific question to hello@hoa.org.uk and we will look to update our guidance.
Shewing National increase/ decrease of property/values - prices. But it's very rough. We all want to see how our County is faring. for example there's no price of most of Cornwall, and around TR18/TR19 etc property is very hot indeed whereas parts of Devon may be less so, and parts even 'hotter' than the less popular areas of Cornwall. Pages are beautifully laid out, clearly written, easy to understand. It's good that it's fact & statistically based - not just a lot of 'expert' (subjective) opinions. Of of course it is good to have quotes but facts, figs. & maps are best. auburn Synge Perrin
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yes, but hopefully I will be in a better position to write a review once I have been contacted by an assessor
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It is a useful website for bits of information but sadly seems to be becoming a page for articles and space for people to come and tell their tales of woe. I came to check out the fleecehold situation. Given the time this has been going on, it seems to be going nowhere.
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need more information whom to contact for so many other help for elderly.
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not really & try to use...
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Yes quite useful
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My contact merely confirmed a lot of what I already knew
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People on the helpline - very helpful, knowledgeable and I don't have to wait so long. Solicitors and Conveyancers search - although it offers 10% discount for members, this is not much different to other solicitor finder websites, (a) it is not clear how these solicitors are rated (users' reviews are not available and you can see only ratings), (b) it doesn't give you the space for further questions directly to the solicitors/ conveyancers' firm who will potentially deal with you. Choosing a solicitor is one of most important (& expensive) parts of the buying/selling process and it's not only money but you will want to hire someone capable and establish a good relationship with them. So everything virtual won't give you much feel of who they are since many of them said more or less similar things on the web. It is different to finding quotes for car / house insurance or the best utility tariff. I tried one of the solicitor orgs to get a quote and received an immediate quote after filling info in the web-form & received a number of emails including WELCOME PACK from HOA as if I've already decided to purchase their services ! So I will have to make it clear that I am still looking..
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Thank you very much for your feedback and suggestions, we do appreciate you taking time to let us know about your experience. We’re working hard to deliver more reviews and ratings information around the conveyancers' quotes, but we know we’re not quite there yet! We’ll also try to make it clearer that receiving our Welcome Pack is more about providing useful information to help people make a decision than assuming people have decided to instruct - thanks for pointing it out. We are thinking a change of title would help here. You are also spot on writing that choosing a solicitor is one of the most important parts of the buying/selling process, and we're hoping our tool is a useful place for anyone to start their journey in finding the right conveyancer for them, but do of course recommend doing some supporting research by looking at independent review sites to help shortlist a few conveyancers. Once shortlisted, we do have a guide in which we have written a few questions to ask when speaking to your conveyancers - https://hoa.org.uk/advice/guides-for-homeowners/i-am-buying/should-i-do-my-conveyancing-online/ - I hope they help! Kind regards, Paula
HomeOwners Alliance is rated 4.65 based on 617 reviews