Workspace, co-working and serviced office demand remains strong
In Savills latest ‘Commercial Outlook – Six Trends for 2019,’ they reveal that London was one of the most popular destinations for cross-border commercial property investment between 2016 and 2018. They add that customer experience is the driving factor and landlords who look after their tenants are thriving, in relation to both short-term or long- term rentals.
For full briefing click here. Property Market Review January 2019
HOW THE BANK OF MUM AND DAD CAN HELP FIRST-TIME BUYERS
With property prices out of sync with wages, high rents and living costs rising, it comes as little surprise that first-time buyers are finding it hard to afford the deposit for a home. Unsurprisingly, many find they need to turn to the Bank of Mum and Dad for some additional financial help. The challenge facing parents wishing to lend or gift money to their children is to decide quite how best to do this.
For full briefing click here. Your Home Finance Winter 2019
BREXIT CLOCK TICKING DOWN
Following another month of political shenanigans, it still remains distinctly unclear whether Theresa May will be in a position to deliver an orderly Brexit on 29 March 2019.
For full briefing click here. Economic Review January 2019
Residential market activity declines
In their latest ‘UK Residential Market Survey’, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors have reported weaker market activity, with both supply and demand retreating into negative territory. Their data suggests this trend will continue into the first quarter of 2019. However, they also believe that a “more stable trend is expected to emerge further out.”
For full briefing click here. Residential Property Review January 2019