43% of estate agents believe a property market recovery will come next year; 29% believe it will happen in 2023, while 28% don’t believe it will happen in the near future.
'Buyers are not feeling the same sense of urgency that they felt last year,' says says Frances McDonald of Savills Residential Research;' they’re more cautious and are happy to bide their time.'
Real house prices in 57 countries around the world have increased by an average of nearly 30% over the last 12 years.
Hamptons highlights a series of property market metrics that show a recovery from the post-mini-Budget slump.
"Prices usually drop in August, and this 1.3% drop is on a par with the average August drop over the past ten years," explains the Rightmove team.
The average international premium for a waterfront property compared with a non-waterfront home has climbed to 40%, according to Knight Frank.
A survey by Carter Jonas has highlighted how the needs and wants of tenants have shifted through the pandemic.
Property portal expects the average UK asking price to end 2022 some 7% higher than it started the year.
Wealthy private client investors "have been operating against an unprecedented backdrop of macro-economic disruption," says Investec - but "these challenging times have failed to dampen sentiment and can…
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Property prices may prove "resilient" in the face of rising interest rates and costs of living, but transaction numbers are "likely to slow as the year wears on," warn surveyors.
The Queen was crowned on 6th February 1952, when an average home cost just under £2,000. This is the equivalent of £56,000 in today’s money, and amounts to house price growth averaging 2.2%