Borrowing on credit cards is expected to plunge to the lowest levels since 2007 in the three months before Brexit, according to the Bank of England, in another indication of stresses facing the UK economy.
Outlook for sales the weakest in two decades, say Britain’s surveyors
The West Midlands had the strongest annual house price growth across the UK in the 12 months to November 2018.
Home building is boosting growth of the construction sector in the UK but home building organisations are warning that Brexit is and could continue to affect the sector.
Rent rises 3% lower than forecast partly due to fewer EU migrants and price-out Londoners moving out, says rental index
Right to Rent is creating a hostile atmosphere in the UK’s private rented sector with more landlords refusing to consider renting to non-British nationals, including citizens from the European Union.
The British property market is likely to see a slow start to the new year, with continued concerns about Brexit expected to affect buyer and seller decisions until after the UK leaves the European Union in March.
Leaving the European Union without a deal would be more catastrophic for the construction industry than the financial crisis of 2008 when it lost 250,000 skilled workers, it is claimed.
Hedge funds make million-pound bets against high street as Brexit uncertainty threatens UK economy
The boss of one of London’s biggest housebuilders on Friday pleaded with politicians to avoid a hard Brexit disrupting the vital flow of materials into the UK.
As parliament prepares to vote on Brexit, a survey of developers and estate agents takes a sounding on how the industry thinks Brexit will affect sales, lettings and construction.
The European Court of Justice has ruled the UK can cancel Brexit without the permission of the other 27 EU members.
The property market in the UK has seen fewer sales and a reduction in activity in 2018, mainly due to Brexit uncertainty and tax changes affecting buyers, according to a new analysis.
Savills estimates 100,000 new homes a year need to be priced below going market rate
With a lot of experts and commentators talking about Brexit having an adverse impact on the British property market, the latest index suggests it is having a limited direct effect on housing in key regional cities.
While Brexit may have subdued the UK housing market, but it has also created pent-up demand which is set to boost activity next year, it is suggested.
Demand from prospective home buyers in the UK and the supply of available properties for sale both fell by 13% in October, the latest report from estate agents shows.
The mortgage market in the UK is slowing with brokers see the largest drop in business volumes in more than two years, with the trend being put down to Brexit uncertainty.
Despite negative Brexit rhetoric from Westminster and the industry, the property market in the UK remained resilient in October, according to a new analysis, but some outcomes could be damaging.
Britain's housing crisis is not set to improve in the near future as official figures today revealed developers have slashed the rate at which they are building new houses ahead of Brexit.
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