What has Brexit done to house prices?

The pace of property price inflation in the UK has slowed sharply since the EU Referendum. 14% growth since 2016 compares to 28% – double the rate – in the equivalent time period prior to the vote. London has seen an even more dramatic slowdown.

Is the Prime Central London recession anomalous?

It’s been a particularly tough six years for the capital’s prime property market, with tax changes, the threat of a hard-left Government, Brexit and Covid all impacting on sentiment; here, fund manager-turned-buying agent Fraser Slater explains why he believes PCL is looking ‘anomalously cheap’ right now…