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KEYWORD "Economy" - 211 RESULTS
Preston insight – why is the city perfect for investors?

Last week we covered the initial works being started on a new luxury development in Preston, redeveloped by Wigan-based property developer...

17 January 2020

From: Breaking News

To infinity and beyond – investing in Merseyside in 2020

Many property pundits have been espousing the benefits of investing in the North West to take advantage of low buy-in costs...

17 January 2020

From: Breaking News

Insight: what does the crackdown on Airbnb involve?

On Monday, we looked at why landlords and investors were being warned off holidays lettings amid an Airbnb crackdown in Scotland...

15 January 2020

From: Breaking News

What does 2020 have in store for the UK property market?

As we enter a new year (and decade), the opening weeks of 2020 are an appropriate time to reflect on the...

15 January 2020

From: Breaking News

What would Everton’s new stadium mean for Goodison Park?

Goodison Park, the home of Everton FC since 1892, is set to be converted into ‘high-quality, affordable housing’ and other uses...

03 January 2020

From: Breaking News

Investment in the 2020s – what are the main things to look out for?

It’s impossible to know for sure what the major investment trends will be for the next decade, but if recent trends...

18 December 2019

From: Breaking News

Staying in the EU is best for real estate development activity - claim

More than half (59%) of people believe that staying in the EU would be ‘the most advantageous outcome’ to London development...

13 December 2019

From: Breaking News

Why flexible rental models play a key role in the future of the rental landscape

Against the backdrop of Brexit, landlords and tenants alike are sharpening their focus on breaking down the traditional rental model to...

04 December 2019

From: Breaking News

London regeneration – will Meridian Water be a game-changer?

In the penultimate part of this ongoing series on the capital’s regeneration hotspots, Property Investor Today explores one of North London’s...

27 November 2019

From: Breaking News

London regeneration: what is the Canada Water Masterplan?

In the latest part of our series on London’s regeneration hotspots, Property Investor Today finds out more about the dramatic plans...

13 November 2019

From: Breaking News

Striking a policy balance is crucial for foreign property investment

When it comes to regulating and managing foreign investment in highly desirable UK bricks and mortar, understanding the subtleties of the...

11 November 2019

From: Breaking News

Transformation of former paper mill in Fife gets the go-ahead

Developers in Scotland have claimed that a £250 million development for the former Tullis Russell paper factory in Fife can transform...

28 October 2019

From: Breaking News

Do regeneration projects need to consider their cultural responsibilities?

In the last few months, Property Investor Today has run a series on London’s largest regeneration projects, many of which include...

25 October 2019

From: Breaking News

Amsterdam and Munich buck the trend as prices level out across Europe

Rental prices in major European cities are continuing to level out, but Amsterdam and Munich are bucking this trend. That’s the major...

21 October 2019

From: Breaking News

Are modular homes the solution to the worldwide housing crisis?

With stories of housing crises crossing borders and seas, politicians, policymakers, architects, developers and housebuilders from across the world have been...

18 October 2019

From: Breaking News

Revealed: what is going on in the Bristol property market?

It’s the sixth biggest city in the UK, has become a home from home for Londoners looking to escape the capital...

18 October 2019

From: Breaking News

UK rents continue to grow as housing market slows

In September, the average rental price for a new tenancy in the UK was £967 per calendar month, up by 2.5%...

16 October 2019

From: Breaking News

Brexit will deter overseas buyers, UK property investors fear

An independent survey of more than 1,000 UK-based property investors has found that 55% are concerned Brexit will push away international...

14 October 2019

From: Breaking News

Former Shredded Wheat factory set for transformation

A former Shredded Wheat factory in Welwyn Garden City is ready to be transformed thanks to a £21.2 million loan from...

30 September 2019

From: Breaking News

How can investors capitalise on mixed-use urban environments?

With towns and cities across the UK and the world largely becoming dense, mixed-use urban environments, how can investors take advantage...

27 September 2019

From: Breaking News

How can you Brexit-proof your property investment?

With the current chaos swirling around Westminster – from the prorogation by Boris Johnson to this week’s Supreme Court ruling that...

27 September 2019

From: Breaking News

House prices set to dip over next quarter

Average house prices in England and Wales are set to see an average 0.9% monthly drop over the next three months,...

20 September 2019

From: Breaking News

Kitchens continue to rule the roost among renovating homeowners

In recent years the kitchen has become one of the most important rooms in the home – and this is further...

13 September 2019

From: Breaking News

How can you build major developments with buy-in from the local community?

It's a big question asked by many developers and investors when it comes to major infrastructure projects - how do you...

23 August 2019

From: Breaking News

Could HS2 be the best thing to never happen to Birmingham?

On Wednesday, it was announced by the government that it is launching a review of the high-speed rail link HS2, which...

23 August 2019

From: Breaking News

Is fractional ownership and tokenization the future for property investment?

Property Investor Today has covered the work of Smartlands - the first regulated blockchain-based crowdfunding company in the UK, and the...

21 August 2019

From: Breaking News

'Redefining the Malaga skyline' - new development set to woo luxury investors

A new development on the Costa Del Sol is aiming to become the 'most desirable residential destination in Spain' and possibly...

09 August 2019

From: Breaking News

Why is the eastern Algarve being touted as the next hottest property destination?

An exclusive golf resort and country club in the eastern Algarve, home to a number of luxury apartments overlooking the golf...

02 August 2019

From: Breaking News

A property market bouncing back – the rising investment appeal of Greece

Greece’s appeal as a property investment destination is increasing once again as the country continues to bounce back from severe economic...

31 July 2019

From: Breaking News

Crowdfunding platform becomes first to tokenize property in the UK

A new, unique platform for crowdfunding investment was recently launched by Smartlands, with the company becoming the first to tokenize property...

05 July 2019

From: Breaking News

Why are cash buyers in London continuing to exit the market?

There has been a dramatic fall in the number of cash buyers in London over the last year, according to Apropos...

03 July 2019

From: Breaking News

European cities join together to demand EU help for dealing with short-let boom

Ten cities in Europe have asked for more help from the EU in their battle against Airbnb and other short-let holiday rental websites....

26 June 2019

From: Breaking News

Overseas buyers lead Cypriot property investment, says agent

Cyprus’ property market is at an 11-year high, following a rush of applications to the country’s ‘Golden Visa’ citizenship programme, according...

26 June 2019

From: Breaking News

I need a dollar! – London witnesses surge in number of US buyers

The weakness of the pound following the Brexit vote has helped to propel the number of US buyers in London to...

19 June 2019

From: Breaking News

What has Brexit's impact been on the holiday homes market?

As Brexit draws closer it is only natural that home owners are worried about how it will affect them. However, experts...

19 June 2019

From: Breaking News

Second homeowners take advantage of predicted growth in staycations

Holiday lettings business cottages.com has seen a 23% growth in portfolio recruitment over the last six months, compared to the same...

12 June 2019

From: Breaking News

BTL rates begin to shift upwards, says online broker

New research from online mortgage broker Property Master has revealed that the cost of the majority of fixed-rate buy-to-let mortgages appear...

12 June 2019

From: Breaking News

SnowOnly set to break China after announcement of Juwai.com partnership

Juwai.com, the Chinese portal for overseas real estate, and independent ski property portal SnowOnly have signed a partnership aiming to bring...

05 June 2019

From: Breaking News

Lisbon property market bounces back as demand and investment soars

The Portuguese capital Lisbon is experiencing a real estate revival, according to Knight Frank’s new insight into the city. It’s currently in...

24 May 2019

From: Breaking News

How can Brexit be a property investor’s opportunity?

Brexit! Whether you’re a Brexiteer or a Remainer, no one can deny that this is probably the number one issue on...

22 May 2019

From: Breaking News

Demand soars in France’s prestige property market

The French property market saw a record 970,000 transactions in 2018, up from 564,000 in the depths of the financial crisis. The...

15 May 2019

From: Breaking News

Coastal breezes refresh the Spanish property market

The rain in Spain is said to fall mainly on the plain, which may be why property buyers in Spain do...

10 May 2019

From: Breaking News

Popular sitcom location tops the list for house price growth in Great Britain

The home of one of the nation’s best-loved sitcoms is currently Great Britain’s hottest market for property asking prices, new data...

15 March 2019

From: Breaking News

Why is Manchester one of Europe’s fastest growing cities?

Manchester City Council recently released its annual State of the City Report for 2018, which officially confirmed that Manchester’s economic growth...

08 March 2019

From: Breaking News

Big investment in housing deals set to deliver thousands of new homes

Housing Secretary James Brokenshire recently announced that nearly £250 million of housing deals facilitated by the government will deliver almost 25,000...

22 February 2019

From: Breaking News

Improving Cyprus economy helps property market recovery

The fact that so much of Europe’s attention has been focused on Brexit and also events in some of the larger...

01 February 2019

From: Breaking News

Where are the best places to invest in property overseas during 2019?

Property investment is no longer confined to the UK’s borders. In fact, these days, the global market can offer some of...

09 January 2019

From: Breaking News

Should you consider Asia for your next property investment?

Estimates by BNP Wealth Management predict that by 2026, Asia will be home to over 35% of the world’s investable real-estate...

21 December 2018

From: Breaking News

There are signs of growth in the Cyprus property market

Over the course of this year, the economy of Cyprus has begun to stabilise and confidence started to return to the...

05 December 2018

From: Breaking News

New stadium for QPR could provide big boost for local area, report finds

A £20 million boost for the local economy could be delivered if the new stadium for Queens Park Rangers (QPR) gets...

23 November 2018

From: Breaking News

Brits investing abroad - the countdown to Brexit

Brexit is due to happen, in one way or another, on March 29 2019. This means that UK nationals interested in...

31 October 2018

From: Breaking News

Brexit causing concern among landlords despite steady rental growth

Brexit concerns continue to loom large for landlords despite average UK rental values growing steadily over the last month. That’s according...

17 October 2018

From: Breaking News

Indian cities dominate Knight Frank Index

The average value of a property in 150 cities worldwide increased by 4.3% in the year to June 2018, according to...

05 October 2018

From: Breaking News

Houses in London’s commuter belt at risk of no-deal crash

Houses in London’s commuter belt will be the hardest hit in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to property investment...

21 September 2018

From: Breaking News

Berlin property market shows strong price growth

Berlin, which next year marks its 30th anniversary as a re-unified city, has witnessed strong price growth over the last five...

21 September 2018

From: Breaking News

Property investment outlook remains positive despite Brexit uncertainty

The outlook for property investment in the UK remains positive, despite the ongoing uncertainty surrounding Brexit negotiations. That’s according to a...

12 September 2018

From: Breaking News

Record number of tourists to the UK a major boost for holiday lets

Property investors with holiday lets are set for a bumper year as record numbers of tourists visit Britain. New research from...

24 August 2018

From: Breaking News

Landlords shifting from long to short-term lending on Airbnb

Hundreds of landlords are moving from long to short-term lets on Airbnb and other online outlets to counter falling yields, according...

15 August 2018

From: Breaking News

Investors are seeking low cost, high yield properties

Investors are increasingly searching for cheaper and higher yielding properties despite buy-to-let (BTL) investments offering attractive return rates, according to a...

25 July 2018

From: Breaking News

Property investment – where are the UK’s 2018 hotspots?

Investing in property is always unpredictable, especially as it’s difficult to pinpoint the best locations for investment - who would have...

22 June 2018

From: Breaking News

Average UK rents drop for the first time in six years

The UK has seen average rents decrease for the first time since 2017 during the first quarter of 2018, according to...

18 May 2018

From: Breaking News

Berlin’s property market grows faster than any other

A new report from Knight Frank has revealed that Berlin is the city with the fastest urban house price growth in...

18 April 2018

From: Breaking News

Auction roundup: February 2018

February has already seen strong auction activity across the board, with many lots snapped up and sold at whopping prices well...

14 February 2018

From: Breaking News

UK ‘silver spenders’ contributed more than £7bn by releasing equity in 2017

The UK economy was bolstered by more than £7 billion in 2017 thanks to Britain’s older homeowner’s releasing equity for retirement,...

02 February 2018

From: Breaking News

Eight reasons why Birmingham is the UK’s next top property hotspot

Birmingham was named as one of Europe’s top locations for property investment, and takes the number one spot amongst UK cities,...

15 November 2017

From: Breaking News

Possibility of interest rate rise sees borrowers turn to fixed mortgages

The number of borrowers seeking fixed rate mortgages has surged ahead of the prospect of an interest rate rise this Thursday,...

01 November 2017

From: Breaking News

Research reveals mortgage costs falling again despite possible rate rise

The cost of mortgages has continued to fall despite the regular warnings of interest and mortgage rate rises. After the UK’s economy...

27 October 2017

From: Breaking News

Singapore ranked as the best expat location yet again

The latest HSBC Expat Explorer survey has revealed that Singapore is the top expat destination for the third year in a...

04 October 2017

From: Breaking News

British house prices will ‘struggle to rise much’ this year

Residential property price growth across Britain eased to a three-month low in August, as cooler economic conditions and political uncertainty continued...

30 August 2017

From: Breaking News

UK construction growth prospects downgraded

Growth prospects for the UK construction industry have been downgraded amid growing signs that 2018 will be a difficult year for...

09 August 2017

From: Breaking News

Harvey Raybould, Creative Development Services

Who are you? Harvey Raybould What does it say on your business card? Building Dreams and Empowering Lives What is Creative Development Services (CDS)? We are...

08 August 2017

From: 60 Second Interview

Birmingham regeneration scheme moves a step closer

A scheme to regenerate a 17 hectare site in the heart of Birmingham city centre has moved a step closer after...

07 August 2017

From: Breaking News

Bank of England MPC decision has ‘direct implications for every household’

The Bank of England has warned households to expect interest rates to rise over the 12 months but also predicted living...

04 August 2017

From: Breaking News

Prime central London property sales improve slightly

There was a marginal increase in the number of residential property sales in prime central London in the first half of...

03 August 2017

From: Breaking News

London is a ‘strange market’ filled with people living in unsuitable properties

It is undoubtedly a buyer’s market in London at the moment, with those who are looking to buy prime property in...

27 July 2017

From: Breaking News

UK property market slowdown: What factors are to blame?

Recent months have seen the UK property market starting to slow down. So what has caused this, and will it change? Whilst...

25 July 2017

From: Breaking News

When it comes to remortgaging there’s no time like the present

With the average two-year fixed rate home loan currently at a record low of just 2.26%, there has never been a...

25 July 2017

From: Breaking News

Asking prices ‘remain muted’ despite high demand from buyers

Asking prices for residential properties in England and Wales have remained broadly unchanged  over the past month, as price sensitive homebuyers...

17 July 2017

From: Breaking News

London is officially the most dynamic city in Europe

London has been named Europe’s most dynamic city based on infrastructure investment, population growth forecasts and its ability to attract talent. The...

03 July 2017

From: Breaking News

One year on: Buyers and sellers undeterred by ‘Brexit scaremongering’

It has been exactly one year since Britain voted to leave the European Union by 52% to 48%, and while the...

23 June 2017

From: Breaking News

Andermatt is a hidden gem, says first British buyer at Swiss ski resort

The first British purchaser of property at Swiss ski resort Andermatt Swiss Alps says she has been ‘blown away’ by how...

14 June 2017

From: Breaking News

The DUP’s housing policies at-a-glance

After calling a surprise snap general election in a bid to increase her party’s majority in the House of Commons and...

12 June 2017

From: Breaking News

More new homes would provide Scotland with ‘economic and social rewards’

Increasing the supply of new homes north of the border would stimulate ‘economic growth’ in Scotland, not to mention provide more...

08 June 2017

From: Breaking News

Asking prices for homes rise to record average of £317,281

Home sales this month remained robust as buyers shrugged off pre-election jitters, signalling growing confidence in the UK economy and bolstering...

22 May 2017

From: Breaking News

Fewer investors are currently willing to invest in Turkey’s property market

Economic and political turmoil in Turkey is making many investors ‘rethink’ their strategy when it comes to investing in the country’s...

22 May 2017

From: Breaking News

Major regeneration plans for one of London’s poorest areas

Plans for what would become one of the UK’s largest regeneration projects have been put forward by Haringey Council in north...

19 May 2017

From: Breaking News

Allsop’s May residential auction catalogue is ‘ripe with investment opportunities’

Allsop’s upcoming residential auction, which will take place next week at The Cumberland Hotel in central London, will feature 292 lots,...

18 May 2017

From: Breaking News

Scotland has a ‘mountain’ to climb to solve its housing crisis

Housebuilders may never meet the demand for housing north of the border due to the various challenges that they face when...

15 May 2017

From: Breaking News

Most U.S. homes are worth less than before the real estate crash of 2007

Despite the recovery in housing markets across some part of the U.S. in recent years, most notably in large metropolitan areas,...

12 May 2017

From: Breaking News

Political and economic uncertainty ‘takes its toll on the UK property market’

There was a 9% decline in the number of residential property sales recorded last month, owed in part to a fall...

12 May 2017

From: Breaking News

Irresponsible lending in the UK could lead to return of ‘negative equity’

TSB has reduced mortgage lending to first-time buyers, especially in London, amid growing concerns that many homeowners without significant equity in...

02 May 2017

From: Breaking News

Yorkshire colliery’s regeneration plans get go-ahead

Plans to transform a former Yorkshire colliery into a new business park have been given the green light. According to the plans...

02 May 2017

From: Breaking News

Plans approved for Reading FC’s £500m Royal Elm Park scheme

Reading Football Club’s property arm has been given the go-ahead to build a major convention centre, hotel, hundreds of new homes,...

28 April 2017

From: Breaking News

Consumer confidence in UK housing market settling into a new lower ‘normal’

Households’ expectations on UK house prices for the coming year remains rather subdued following the outcome of last year’s EU referendum,...

24 April 2017

From: Breaking News

Is boom and bust just a natural part of the property cycle?

The property market tends to be cyclical, when you study property markets from across the globe, it is clear that the...

19 April 2017

From: Breaking News

Plans to redevelop Rochdale town centre approved

Plans for a new £60m shopping and leisure development in the heart of Rochdale town centre have been given the go-ahead...

18 April 2017

From: Breaking News

Australian house price growth surges to seven-year high

Residential property prices in Australia are increasing at their fastest pace in seven years, fuelling growing fears about a property bubble...

04 April 2017

From: Breaking News

London Assembly expresses concern that EU nationals are being refused mortgages

London Assembly members have expressed concern at the apparent lack of mortgages in the UK being issued to EU citizens. A French...

03 April 2017

From: Breaking News

UK home sales hit 10-year high in February

UK home sales agreed by estate agents increased to a 10-year high in February, suggesting that confidence in the housing market...

31 March 2017

From: Breaking News

US investors target homes in Ireland

Property investors in the US flocked to an Irish property show in Boston last week with a view to taking advantage...

27 March 2017

From: Breaking News

House prices in England and Wales ‘remain indestructible’

House prices were at the forefront of the EU debate in the run-up to last year’s referendum, with various experts, including...

22 March 2017

From: Breaking News

Fears for Scotland’s ‘future success’ as number of new homes falls

A sharp fall in the number of homes being built north of the border is likely to push up house prices...

16 March 2017

From: Breaking News

Leeds continues to attract ‘strong interest’ from investors

With high demand from tenants continuing to place upward pressure on rents, a growing number of national and international investors are...

16 March 2017

From: Breaking News

Investment demand in London's prime residential markets improves

Competitive bidding, lower asking prices, a weak pound, the residential property market in the capital continues to appeal to many prospective...

15 March 2017

From: Breaking News

Midlands Engine strategy will ‘provide a welcome boost for housing levels’

The government yesterday launched its Midlands Energy strategy, which is expected to boost the supply of much needed new homes in...

10 March 2017

From: Breaking News

No measures to plug VAT ‘inequality’ between new builds and renovations

There were calls ahead of yesterday’s Budget statement for the chancellor Philip Hammond to announce fresh measures to plug the ‘inequality’...

09 March 2017

From: Breaking News

Home sellers in Dubai slash asking prices

Homeowners in Dubai are being forced to reduce their asking prices as the property market stagnates, creating a wealth of cheap...

03 March 2017

From: Breaking News

Low borrowing costs and shortage of homes for sale will ‘support prices’

A chronic lack of homes for sale and historically low mortgage borrowing costs will continue to push UK house prices even...

02 March 2017

From: Breaking News

U.S. home sales hit 10-year high

U.S. home resales rose to a 10-year high in January despite higher prices and mortgage rates, suggesting that confidence in the...

01 March 2017

From: Breaking News

Properties in the East Midlands to be showcased to potential investors

With more investment going into the area, the economy in the East Midlands has been transformed almost beyond recognition, and continues...

28 February 2017

From: Breaking News

UK house price growth continues to slow

Residential property price growth continues to slow across parts of the UK, led by falls in London where annual home price...

24 February 2017

From: Breaking News

Remortgaging continues to increase amid rate rise fears

Concerns that interest rates could rise sooner than markets currently expect has triggered an increase in remortgaging activity, a new study...

21 February 2017

From: Breaking News

Record demand for warehouse space in Leicestershire

The number of industrial and warehousing deals in Leicestershire hit an all-time high in 2016 as property investors looked to capitalise...

14 February 2017

From: Breaking News

Irish house prices forecast to rise by 5% in 2017

Moody’s has warned of a severe shortage of housing in Ireland, which is continuing to drive up prices. The global ratings agency...

13 February 2017

From: Breaking News

Private housing wealth in the UK exceeds £5trn

The total value of all privately owned homes in Britain has increased above £5trn for the first time - almost three...

31 January 2017

From: Breaking News

U.S. home sales plummet to 17-year low

Fewer people are buying resale properties in the U.S., mainly because there is a shortage of housing on the market, new...

26 January 2017

From: Breaking News

New property listings on the market fall sharply

The number of New UK property listings plunged by 46.9% in December from the previous month, according to HouseSimple.com. While a fall...

10 January 2017

From: Breaking News

U.S. home prices up 5.1% in October

Residential property prices in 20 major cities monitored across the U.S. maintained steady growth in October as demand continued to outstrip...

06 January 2017

From: Breaking News

International investors eye New York as safe haven

A growing number of overseas property investors are looking into safe investments, like the U.S. property market, with New York in...

03 January 2017

From: Breaking News

Richard Barber – what to expect in 2017

Richard Barber, director at Prime Central London estate agency W.A.Ellis, part of the JLL Group, offers his thoughts on what property market...

03 January 2017

From: Breaking News

Happy New Year from everyone at Property Investor Today

Whatever your thoughts, no one could say 2016 was predictable. Throughout the year, in terms of the economy, politics and property, it...

30 December 2016

From: Breaking News

UK house prices rise in December

Residential property prices in the UK remained broadly stable in 2016 but is likely to slow next year, the Nationwide has...

30 December 2016

From: Breaking News

Marc Langdon – what to expect in 2017

Marc Langdon, a partner at Bidwells, offers his thoughts on what property market trends we can expect over the coming year. I...

29 December 2016

From: Breaking News

Trevor Abrahmsohn - what to expect in 2017

Trevor Abrahmsohn, director at Glentree Estates offers his thoughts on what property market trends we can expect over the coming year.  2016 has...

29 December 2016

From: Breaking News

Overseas mortgage enquiries for UK property up 45% in Q4

There has been an increase in the number of overseas investors taking advantage of effective discounts caused by sterling’s nosedive after the...

20 December 2016

From: Breaking News

Arrears continue to fall in Ireland

Mortgage arrears in Ireland dropped by 3.1% in the third quarter of 2016, the 13th consecutive quarter of decline, the latest...

15 December 2016

From: Breaking News

Major £775m scheme in Paddington gets go-ahead

Plans for the regeneration of London’s Paddington Quarter was approved by the local council yesterday, which means the retail precinct around...

08 December 2016

From: Breaking News

Irish property prices could see ‘solid gains’ in 2017

There is scope for significant property price growth in Ireland despite recent gains, according to a new report. A study by the...

25 November 2016

From: Breaking News

Aberdeen property sales plummet, but good prospects for a long-term recovery

New research into Aberdeen’s housing market suggests the prospects for a long-term recovery are good, despite the fact that sellers’ price...

24 November 2016

From: Breaking News

Spanish property prices set to rise sharply

Property prices in Spain will increase by an average of up to 6% per annum over the next three years, according...

22 November 2016

From: Breaking News

Dubai’s luxury property market continues to slow

The luxury property market in Dubai continues to weaken, with prices having dropped by up to 15% over the past 12...

22 November 2016

From: Breaking News

UK house price growth continues to defy post-Brexit gloomy forecasts

Residential property prices in the UK increased by an average of 7.7% in the year to September, according to the latest...

19 November 2016

From: Breaking News

 Sharp rise in number of new homes built

The number of new homes recorded in England has increased to its highest level since the financial crash, official figures have...

16 November 2016

From: Breaking News

Major shortage threatens to push up prices in Leeds City Region

A severe undersupply of residential development sites and office space created by strong economic growth in Leeds City Region, which includes...

14 November 2016

From: Breaking News

London to lead recovery in house prices with 16.5% growth by 2021

London is to lead the UK house price recovery with 16.5% cumulative growth between now and the end of 2020, according...

11 November 2016

From: Breaking News

Berlin property prices tipped to rise 20% as demand from investors grows

Increasing demand from international investors, including Britons, looking to acquire residential property in Berlin is placing upward pressure on home prices...

10 November 2016

From: Breaking News

UK house prices increase unexpectedly in October - Halifax

There was a surprise rise in UK home prices in October, despite the slowdown in the housing market in recent months,...

08 November 2016

From: Breaking News

Housing market in Nine Elms ‘remains robust’

The Nine Elms’ borough of Southwark has experienced a boom in residential property prices over the past 12 months, but with...

28 October 2016

From: Breaking News

Office and industrial property markets set to takeoff in west London

The government’s approval of a third runway at Heathrow may have a negative impact on demand for homes in the local...

26 October 2016

From: Breaking News

Property sales drop 11.3% amid housing shortage

The number of home sales fell sharply in the year to September, the latest figures from the tax office show. According to...

24 October 2016

From: Breaking News

Inner-city property prices set to fall in Australia, says leading economist

Residential property prices in Australia’s leading inner-cities like Melbourne and Brisbane could tumble by as much as 15% by 2019, according...

19 October 2016

From: Breaking News

Growth ‘to slow’ as UK ‘faces prolonged weakness’

There was more bad news over the future of the UK economy published yesterday with a report by EY’s Item Club...

18 October 2016

From: Breaking News

Property industry welcomes government’s £5bn building fund

The government’s plan to tackle the housing shortage by building 25,000 new homes using a £3bn Home Building Fund has been broadly...

08 October 2016

From: Breaking News

South Africa's housing market remains weak

South Africa's price index for medium-sized apartments fell by 0.32% during the year to Q2 2016, its fourth quarter of annual...

07 October 2016

From: Breaking News

Mexico’s housing market continues to grow stronger

Mexico's housing market continues to go from strength to strength, buoyed by strong foreign demand in resort communities, the latest market...

06 October 2016

From: Breaking News

Brazil’s property market continues to deteriorate

Brazil's housing market remains depressed, amidst the ongoing economic crisis and an uncertain political landscape, according to the latest market analysis...

05 October 2016

From: Breaking News

New Zealand's housing market growing strongly

New Zealand's housing market was the second best performer after China in the Global Property Guide’s latest survey, with the average price...

04 October 2016

From: Breaking News

Stamp duty receipts fall as George Osborne’s reforms take their toll

Stamp duty receipts fell 2.5% to £7.3bn as the reforms made by former chancellor George Osborne take their toll on the...

03 October 2016

From: Breaking News

Middle East's housing markets losing steam

Of the four Middle Eastern housing markets included the latest Global Property Guide survey, all, except UAE, performed worse in the...

03 October 2016

From: Breaking News

Government terminates Help to Buy: mortgage guarantee scheme

The Help to Buy mortgage guarantee scheme, which has attracted strong demand from borrowers looking for higher loan-to-value (LTV) home loans,...

30 September 2016

From: Breaking News

Sharp rise in sentiment among bridging lenders post-Brexit

While buy-to-let lenders brace themselves for further interventions, confidence in one often-overlooked corner of the market is currently booming. Sentiment among bridging...

29 September 2016

From: Breaking News

London property prices at risk of ‘severe correction’ – UBS

House prices in London are at risk of falling sharply because they are grossly overvalued, according to research from UBS Global...

28 September 2016

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Property investors buoyant ahead of busy autumn period

There may be a high level of uncertainty in the UK economy at the moment, but this is doing little to...

28 September 2016

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U.S. housing market remains strong

The U.S. housing market remains strong, despite a slowdown in the economic recovery. The S&P/Case-Shiller seasonally-adjusted national home price index rose...

28 September 2016

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Canada’s house prices continue to surge

Residential property prices in Canada's eleven major cities rose by an rather impressive 8.4% during the year to Q2 2016, up...

26 September 2016

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UK housing market ‘remains alive and active’ three months after EU poll

Three months on from the EU referendum and economists are still trying to assess what impact the decision to leave the...

26 September 2016

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The strongest global housing markets unveiled

Residential property prices continued to boom in some parts of the world, with the five strongest housing markets in Global Property...

23 September 2016

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Asia’s housing markets are now two-tiered

Five of the eleven Asian property markets for which figures are available saw house price increases during the year to Q2...

23 September 2016

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European house price boom continues unabated, market analysis shows

Residential property prices rose in 17 of the 22 European housing markets for which figures were available during the year to...

21 September 2016

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Former chancellor slams “crazy” stamp duty rates

Former Conservative Chancellor Lord Lawson, who served under Margaret Thatcher’s government, has called on the new man in the Treasury to...

16 September 2016

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German property prices continue to boom as investors rush to buy homes

A growing number of property investors are attracted by rising residential property prices in Germany’s main cities, supported largely by high...

15 September 2016

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Australia’s housing market could be ‘six weeks’ from collapse, report warns

Australia’s housing market could crash within the next six months unless banks act swiftly to prevent a sharp decline in foreign...

13 September 2016

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Annual house price growth slows to 6.9%, says Halifax

The annual rate of UK house price growth cooled further in August, after slowing the previous month, fresh data shows. Halifax said...

08 September 2016

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Spanish property prices tipped to rise in closing months of 2016

With the summer nearing an end, it is traditional for the experts to look ahead to what property markets have in...

07 September 2016

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UK needs to prepared for “difficult times” ahead, says May

The Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that Britain’s exit from the European Union will not be straightforward for the economy,...

05 September 2016

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Investors ‘remain confident’ in UK property market

Despite uncertainty around the property market post-Brexit, investor confidence remains unchanged, according to the managing director of Network Auctions. Ahead of the...

01 September 2016

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Greek property prices fall at slower pace

Residential property prices in Greece fell at a slower pace in the second quarter of the year compared with the previous...

30 August 2016

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Commercial property market hit hard after Brexit vote

Activity levels in the UK’s commercial property market have slowed considerably following the UK vote to leave the European Union, as...

25 August 2016

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UK house prices set to fall next year

Residential property prices look set to fall across many part of the UK next year as the housing market and wider...

23 August 2016

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Barcelona City Council clamping down on illegal tourist rentals

Barcelona City Council has stepped up efforts to stamp out illegal tourist rentals in the Spanish city by sending out letters...

12 August 2016

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UK home prices fall despite pick-up in sales momentum

Residential property prices in the UK dipped by 0.9% in July compared with a month earlier, despite a healthy rise in...

10 August 2016

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Surveyors call on UK government to take ‘radical action’ to stimulate growth

The Residential Property Surveyors Association (RPSA) is calling on the government to consider some radical measures to stimulate all aspects of...

10 August 2016

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Canada's British Columbia aims to deter foreign property investors

As of today, foreign investors will have to pay an additional property transfer tax of 15% to acquire residential property in...

01 August 2016

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Brexit impact on house prices is ‘not certain’

Residential property prices increased at their fastest annual pace in four months in July, but the early impact of Brexit has...

29 July 2016

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Housing shortage drives up Barcelona property prices

A chronic shortage of properties continues to push house prices upwards across Barcelona, according to a new report. The report from CBRE reveals...

28 July 2016

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Lewis Hamilton’s win in Hungary sparks worldwide tour

Following Lewis Hamilton’s comfortable victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday, we delve into the fast lane to take you...

25 July 2016

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UK property transactions increase

The number of residential property transactions in the UK increased by 4.9% between May and June, according to new data from...

22 July 2016

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Scottish property market ‘remains buoyant’

Scottish house prices rose in May despite reports of a slowing economy north of the border, according to a new report. The...

21 July 2016

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Scottish prices set to fall in short term - but analysts predict long-term gains

Residential property prices in Scotland look set to fall in the coming months amid an economic slowdown, but the longer term...

20 July 2016

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Recession looms for Brexit Britain

Britain is on the verge of recession following the UK’s decision to exit the European Union last month, according to the...

15 July 2016

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UK interest rates held

The Bank of England (BoE) decided not to make the first cut to UK interest rates in more than seven years...

14 July 2016

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Property investor looks to profit from Brexit uncertainty

Marco Robinson successfully predicted that the UK would leave the EU two years ago, he also said that corporate tax would...

14 July 2016

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Britain may not leave the EU now that Theresa 'soft Brexit' May is PM

Andrea Leadsom’s decision to withdraw from the race for the keys to Number 10 Downing Street yesterday, has not just paved...

12 July 2016

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Sharp fall in consumer confidence post-Brexit

Consumer confidence in the UK economy has nosedived at the fastest rate in 22 years post-Brexit, according to a new survey...

11 July 2016

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Sharp rise in British demand for property in Spain since EU vote

There has been a significant increase in the number of Britons registering an interest in buying property in Spain post-Brexit, according...

08 July 2016

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Construction activity slows with housebuilding hardest hit

The UK’s construction industry suffered its worst contraction since 2009 in June as uncertainty around the EU referendum led to concern...

05 July 2016

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International investors eye London property deals

Despite widespread reports that international businesses are already pulling investment from the UK in light of the EU referendum result, one estate...

29 June 2016

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Price of a first-time buyer home hits record high

Brexit concerns have not dented first-time buyers’ appetite to own their own home, according to estate agents Your Move and Reeds...

29 June 2016

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House prices could fall following Brexit vote

Global markets have plunged, David Cameron has announced that he is to step down as Prime Minister later this year and...

24 June 2016

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Soaring house prices in Toronto and Vancouver are unsustainable

The Bank of Canada says surging prices in residential property markets like Vancouver and Toronto are not sustainable at their current...

20 June 2016

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No decision yet on Portuguese bank overloaded with repossessed properties

The European Commission (EC) has not yet taken any decision regarding the capitalisation of Portuguese state-owned bank Caixa Geral de Depósitos. Portugal’s...

15 June 2016

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UK house prices ‘could take five years to recover’ from Brexit

The majority of Britons who fear that the price of their property will fall if Britain leaves the EU believe that the...

13 June 2016

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More Scots buying property outright

There has been a notable rise in the volume of people acquiring their homes outright with numbers of sales registered with...

10 June 2016

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Portugal’s economy shows increasing signs of fragility

Portugal’s largest bank, Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD), which holds almost one-third of all deposits in the country, is on the...

07 June 2016

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One in five homes in Portugal sold to overseas buyers

The extent to which Portugal’s improving housing market is being propped up by foreign buyers was laid bare by figures showing...

01 June 2016

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Mortgage rates could rise - BoE

Mortgage rates in the UK could increase in the short-term if Britain votes to leave the European Union, according to the...

25 May 2016

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European property continues to attract investors

Investor appetite continues to grow for most commercial property markets across Europe despite a sharp drop in the total investment volume...

20 May 2016

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Revealed: the UK regions tipped for growth

Residential property prices across many parts of the UK look set to cool over the next few months amid ‘Brexit’ uncertainty, but...

18 April 2016

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Sun shining on Spanish property market

Spanish property prices have been plummeting since the 2008 global financial crisis struck, but market conditions appear to be improving, according...

18 April 2016

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Maintenance essentials for your property insurance

Unless agreed otherwise by underwriters in very particular circumstances, landlord insurance policies will stipulate that the insured property is in a...

12 January 2016

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Manchester leads the way on property investments

With £8.2bn of investment in the last ten years, Manchester has topped CBRE’s regional property league, finishing comfortably ahead of both Birmingham...

12 January 2016

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Prime country house prices record 3.1% rise in 2015

The value of prime country houses increased by 3.1% during 2015 – a sign that the market is finally adjusting to...

05 January 2016

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Findings from Knight Frank’s latest UK Residential Market Forecast revealed

Cumulative growth in UK prices will total 20.3% in the five years to the end of 2020, according to Knight Frank’s...

17 November 2015

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Student property and its effect on the UK economy

Student property has been big news in the investment world for some time now. High yields and even higher demand mean...

10 November 2015

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Property investment returns to be helped by UK’s rising population, report claims

Population growth and a strong underlying economy will support property investment in the UK, a new report from Moody’s Investor Service has...

06 November 2015

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Vancouver and Sydney lead the way in the global prime property price stakes

Average prime property prices in the world's key global cities increased by 1.9% in the year to September 2015, according to...

06 November 2015

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Is the influx of overseas investors a good sign for local investors?

I’ve seen a sharp rise this year in the number of foreign investors looking to establish a presence or even expand...

02 October 2015

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Investors need to look beyond Europe’s gateway cities, says LaSalle

Property investors based in Europe are increasingly looking beyond London and the continent's other gateway cities in order to better their...

02 October 2015

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Britain a hotspot for residential property investors

Research conducted by high-end estate agency Savills has revealed that Britain’s dearth of housing supply and its growing economy have helped...

11 September 2015

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Work from home? Then you’ll need good phone and broadband

With the number of people working from home at its highest levels since records began, the importance of good, reliable internet...

24 April 2015

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New Head of Property appointed by Lloyds Bank

Glen Wilson has been appointed by Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking as Head of Property for small and medium sized enterprises. Wilson, as...

24 April 2015

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