The 20th annual RICS & Macdonald & Co Rewards & Attitudes Survey polled nearly 3,500 UK property professionals on their rewards and motivations, views on market sentiment and talent management issues; here’s how they responded…
BRAM acquired by the UK’s biggest resi property manager
Scotland’s ‘land monopoly’ is ‘socially corrosive’, argues a major new report from the Scottish Land Commission, as it calls for a new ‘public interest test’ on large-scale land deals.
Rising new business leads could indicate pent-up supply in the sales market.
Estate agency opens its first branch in the historic Yorkshire city, targeting high-value homes in the area.
At the end of last year, fund manager-turned-buying agent Fraser Slater set out ten reasons why he expects Q1 2019 to mark the low point of the Prime Central London property market; here, he looks back at how the current downturn compares to others over the last 30 years, and assesses if there are grounds to believe that prices have indeed bottomed out…
The average value of a home rocketed by 100% within five years of 1974, 1980, 1989 and 2004; it took 16 years for the same growth to be recorded to the end of 2018.
Annual change currently at -0.5%, reports LSL & Acadata, after marginal monthly rise; transactions slip to 59,100, marking the lowest February figure since 2015
HCLG Committee ‘demolishes’ the current system with a series of wide-ranging recommendations, including a wholesale shift to commonhold ownership and a lid on ground rents
New research by Butterfield Mortgages lambasts ‘tick box’ methods of high street lenders
Charles Holden’s Grade I listed landmark above St James’s station has planning for a resi-led transformation designed by TateHindle