Forecasts

Oxford Economics thinks house price growth across Europe 'will become more homogeneous after sharp divergence in 2023.'

Top analysts now expect Central London property values to fall by 1% through 2024, having predicted a 1% increase at the start of the year.

Knight Frank's research chief explains why the property firm has revised its PCL price forecasts down.

Major agency now expecting growth of 1% in 2024 in anticipation of 'modest' second-half recovery; London to outperform over the next five years with growth of 18.6%.

Lucian Cook's team now expects property values to rise in every region in 2024, with locations furthest from London holding the greatest 'capacity for growth' over the next five years.

Mortgage lender expects the Bank of England to cut interest rates three times by the end of this year.

Borrowers are currently rolling off relatively favourable two-year fixed-rate deals agreed at the start of 2022, but the pain from higher rates will reduce as the year progresses, writes Knight Frank's…

Average UK house prices are likely to fall 2% this year and 0.4% in 2025, says the Office for Budget Responsibility, with a return to positive growth slated for 2026.

'Fundamentals favour London as a residential opportunity,' says Oxford Economics.

'We expect house prices to fall between 2% and 4% this year,' says Britain’s biggest mortgage lender.

JLL analyses Prime Central London's 'robust' performance in the face of recent challenges, and prognosticates what a 'feel-good' Budget could mean for the market.

The world's most established prime resi markets are likely to see property values fall this year, says Savills, as the firm predicts overall positive growth for its Prime Residential World Cities Index