What might happen to house prices in a recession?
Experts are divided over what the recent increase in interest means for the housing market and prices.
Herd mentality and the housing market
What does the recent tumultuous UK political landscape mean for the property market?
Demand for investment property booming!
Demand for investment property is booming as bricks and mortar investment is growing across all quarters in the UK.
Is the housing market starting to slow?
According to the latest research from Zoopla house prices have hit a new record high in April 2022 but the market is showing signs of slowing down.
Changes to property listings
Property listings on agent and portal websites will include more material Information from the end of May to provide a buyer more details on a property at the outset so that they can make a more informed decision on whether they wish to proceed with that transaction.
Eviction madness or PR hype
"Every seven minutes a private renter in England is given an eviction notice despite doing nothing wrong, figures reveal."
Supply and demand imbalance
Demand outstrips the available properties so competition to win the purchase is pushing prices up.
Commercial or residential property investment?
Commercial rental yields are heading south and residential rental yields are trending in the opposite direction.
Rents on the up
"London rental market descends into Wild West of bidding wars". This headline from a recent Telegraph article describing rental prices highlights a growing trend across the country.
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