Tom Bill: Caution matches optimism in froth-free UK housing market
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 stability returns.
Head of UK Residential Research at Knight Frank
Tom Bill is Head of UK Residential Research, producing reports that include Knight Frank’s flagship Prime Central London indices, the Super Prime London Insight and the London Residential Review. He has written detailed reports on London sub-markets and contributes to The Wealth Report and Global Cities report. Tom, a former Bloomberg and Reuters property journalist, is a regular media contributor on the London property market and has presented at events in Europe and the Middle East.
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