Residential markets in prime and secondary regional centres are continuing to exceed growth in London and the South East, says new research.
Rents have risen by 2.3% year-on-year, with tenants of private lets paying higher rental rates in August 2016, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Supply and demand of rental properties has markedly risen following the vote to leave the European Union and the introduction of higher Stamp Duty rates, says new research.
English homeowners aged 55 or over now collectively own £1.5 trillion worth of property, according to new research.
House prices increased by 0.1% in September, according to the newest house price index from Halifax.
International investors have emerged as the driving force for commercial property investment in the UK following Brexit, new figures show.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has confirmed that the Help to Buy scheme will not be extended beyond the end of 2016, creating concerns for first-time buyers looking to purchase.
The International Monetary Fund has reneged on their pre-referendum warning, stating the UK will now be the top performing G7 country in 2016.
With the UK’s private rental market set to grow by 1.8 million by 2025, RICS is calling for the Government to offer tax breaks for landlords to encourage more building and investing in the sector.
The Conservative Government has announced a new spending pledge in an attempt to ease the continued undersupply of homes in the UK.
Speaking at the Conservative Party Conference, Philip Hammond reaffirmed the government’s commitment to investing in the Midlands and the North.
UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, has said she will trigger article 50, the clause that needs to be activated to start the process to leave the EU, by the end of March 2017.