Contradictory data from commercial property survey
Respondents to the latest Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) ‘UK Commercial Property Market Survey‘ have blamed political uncertainty for the disparate performance of the three major sectors of the commercial property market – industrial, retail and office – as Q4 2018 saw all-sector occupier demand falling for the third consecutive quarter to -13% compared with the previous figure of -9%.
For full briefing click here. Property Market Review February 2019
January sees increase in residential property listings
The start of 2019 has seen a strong revival in the number of properties being listed for sale on the market, according to an index compiled by online estate agents, HouseSimple.
This index analyses the numbers of new properties listed by estate agents each month, across more than 100 major cities and towns across the UK. The data revealed that new property listings in the UK increased by 64% in January compared with December 2018, from 31,825 to 52,207.
For full briefing click here. Residential Property Review February 2019
MPs SECURE NO-DEAL BREXIT VETO
With less than four weeks until Brexit day, parliamentary gridlock means it remains unclear whether the UK will leave the EU as scheduled, or whether the Brexit process will be postponed, or even completed at all.
For full briefing click here. Economic Review February 2019
MONEY ADVICE TO PASS ON TO YOUR KIDS IN 2019
We all learn about money from an early age, so it’s interesting to think about what we were taught when we were young. What rules have stood you in good stead and which ones would you pass on to future generations? Here are some thoughts.
For full briefing click here. Your Wealth Winter 2019