Property Market News
‘Markets may be more robust than many suspect’: Prices slowing but still rising across England & Wales
Tiny - but positive - movement in January 'suggests falling prices are not an inevitable conclusion', says Acadata.
The last few months are hardly a useful barometer for the future of the market, writes Knight Frank's UK resi research chief, but buyers & sellers appear to be reactivating their plans as relative economic…
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JLL’s 2022 tenant survey highlights the continued influence of lockdown experiences, as well as heightened concerns over costs of living.
‘There may be buyers who look back over their shoulder with the benefit of hindsight and wish they had taken advantage of this market,’ says investment firm.
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.
Rising mortgage costs are likely to dampen the property market in the coming months, says Zoopla.
HMRC’s latest transaction data show a “remarkably strong” level of property market activity.
Buyers are attempting to secure last-minute discounts on around 50% of house sales, suggests Osbornes Law – a practice that “has been unheard of in recent years.”
“There has been a shift in the perception of renting in the last few years,” says Isabella Birch Reynardson, head of super-prime lettings at Savills, as she explains why tenant demand is likely to sta…
A continued mismatch between rental property supply and demand is encouraging more tenants to renew contracts, says Propertymark.
City centre rents are rising fast as stock levels drop, says Hamptons, although the national headline rate of rental price inflation continues to ease.