Residential Property Review June 2020

Buyer enquiries stabilise – but house price falls remain likely

May saw a considerable upswing in buyer enquiries from a record low net balance of -94% in April to -5% in May, according to the latst Residential Market Survey from the Royal Institution of Chartered Suveyors (RICS). Newly agreed sales increased from -93% to -35%, while new instructions also saw improvement, rising from -97% in April to -20% in May.

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Property Market Review June 2020

The ‘death of the office’?

The coronavirus pandemic has left offices around the world standing empty, with many asking the question whether lockdown and the resulting shift to remote working, could spell the end of the office as we know it. However, according to new research from Knight Frank, this may be a ‘naiive’ point of view.

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