Favourable demographic trends and occupancy make resdential care homes one of the UK's top alternative asset classes
Yesterday marked the first – and last – Autumn Statement from the newly appointed chancellor, with Philip Hammond labelling the UK’s housing shortage as one of his main targets for the rest of this Parliament.
Recently appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, will address the nation tomorrow in his first fiscal announcement, where he will outline the government’s spending plans for the year ahead.
As London prestige continues to grow, regional cities are starting to follow suit. With booming housing markets and ambitious transport projects, these cities are starting to withstand London’s leading position as main contributor to the UK’s economy.
Managing director at Prinvest UK Aaron Campbell shares his thoughts on the post-EU housing market:
The general public has listened to both sides of the debate and decided that leaving the EU is the best route for the UK, its economy and its future.
Following three successive economic statements of being targeted by the Chancellor, the buy-to-let property market enjoyed a brief reprieve from further taxation in yesterday’s Budget announcement.
Generating more than £4 billion worth of investment in 2017, the UK’s student accommodation market is no longer a niche investment product.
What will become of the UK's buy-to-let property market?
The exponential growth of the London property market in the wake of the 2008 financial downturn has seen property investors face increasingly high house prices and smaller rental returns.