Company Tag: Capital Economics
Capital Economics expects house prices to fall by 10-15% - but the impact on the wider economy may not be as severe as in previous property market downturns...
UK house prices are "overvalued by a third and likely to fall", suggests Oxford Economics, while Capital Economics boss Roger Bootle thinks we could be looking at a 10-15% drop in property values - equivalent…
Economists expect interest rates to spike and house sales to tumble - meaning the last year's worth of aggressive property price growth could be rolled back.
London property prices set to fall 12% in the next two years, but the top-end seems resilient – Capital Economics
Prime Central London will “continue to outperform” the wider London and national UK property markets, says Capital Economics, as it issues another set of downbeat forecasts.
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The US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Sweden are now all in the third stage of a property market downturn, suggests Neil Shearing, Group Chief Economist at Capital Economics
Property markets "tend to follow a predictable sequence in downturns," says Capital Economics - and the pattern has already started in the UK and USA.
Influential forecasting house expects average property values to drop by 5% overall through 2023 and 2024.
Property markets are surging around the world. But "there are good reasons to think this will mark the last house price boom for the next 30 years," says Capital Economics.
London property prices will probably hold steady in 2020, according to a poll of experts carried out by Reuters
Reuters' latest poll of property experts indicates a 'tepid outlook' for the UK market, with significant downsides to an unruly withdrawal from the European Union
Capital Economics assesses the comparative advantage of buying a home over renting