Right now, even the fence is creaking: Why investors cannot sit-out this market downturn
We are in a new era where to batten down the hatches and hide entirely is no longer a viable option, says Ollie Marshall - and some may feel that sitting in a house is safer than being perched on the fence…
“Property’s reputation as an inflation-hedge gives it extra appeal, while the prospect of rising borrowing costs is injecting a degree of urgency into the market across all price points,” says Rory Penn …
Property markets "tend to follow a predictable sequence in downturns," says Capital Economics - and the pattern has already started in the UK and USA.
LonRes has recorded some healthy transaction volumes above £2m, but prospective buyers are now facing a distinct lack of options…
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Housing secretary Michael Gove is bringing forward plans to reform England's "outdated" leasehold system
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AGC is the the first British interior design collective to raise its social credentials with B Corp accreditation, joining the likes of Patagonia, The Modern House and The Portman Estate.
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‘A seismic evolution’: Second Generation build-to-rent developments ‘feel more like lifestyle hotels’
Knight Frank's Oliver Heywood highlights the latest trends shaping Britain's burgeoning BtR sector - following a 'seismic evolution' in recent years.
Covid has left a ‘structural and lasting impact’ on the capital’s property market, says major agency
New analysis shows the average price of houses sold across the capital has soared by 23.4% since February 2020, while flat values remain in negative territory...
Traditionally-inspired residence and gardens proposed for site neighbouring one of Britain's finest country house hotels
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Those who missed this week’s overseas entities deadline face ‘severe restrictions on their ability to buy and sell property’
Companies House is 'now assessing and preparing cases for enforcement action'.