Ten front line luxury property firms share their January news, from a buying agency’s Brexit Day deal bonanza to surges in new buyer enquiries for boutique and big brand estate agencies alike…
Property portal records more website views than ever in January, with a corresponding surge in agreed sales.
The majority (58%) of British people surveyed by ING believe that the housing market “is on the wrong track”, with accessibility challenges being a main driver.
Prime property values ended 2019 0.1% higher than they started the year, says Savills, as short supply propped-up prices.
Zoopla points to growing “market polarisation” as buyers and sellers take different tacks – suggesting “an opportunity for agents to bridge this gap”.
“Wellness hacks, integrated technology and branded residences will all be big business for luxury property developers as we go into the new decade,” writes Rebecca Cope in Tatler magazine.
FTSE 250 housebuilder saw revenues fall in 2019, as political uncertainty caused “volatility” in the market.
Another market report tells of improved activity in the wake of December’s General Election.
2019’s gross mortgage lending total was still below 2018’s level, despite a flurry of approvals in December.
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Lloyds Bank has compared 2019’s mortgage numbers with those of 2009…