Londoners buy a record number of homes outside the capital
London leavers bought 85% more homes outside the capital in the first half of this year than in H1 2019.
You can get a lot more property for your money outside of the capital; 953 extra square feet, on average, say LonRes & Hamptons as they analyse the latest trends in "London leavers".
43% of prime London home-movers in the last 12 months bought outside of the capital, says Hamptons International; that's a record level
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The property market displayed 'much-better-than-predicted resilience this year,' says Tim Bannister, despite a bigger than usual December dip for new asking prices.
'We expect lending to remain weak in 2024, with a gradual improvement in affordability reflected in a modest increase in activity levels in 2025,' says banking industry trade body.
Tenants across Great Britain paid a record £85.6bn in rent in 2023, says Hamptons - equivalent to the total value of all homes sold in London last year.