The majority, some four fifths of property investors consider international buyer interest to be key in boosting property prices, according to new research.
Weak pound means overseas tenants able to increase budgets, says Knight Frank
"Over the past three years, there has been a general slowdown in UK house price growth, driven mainly by a slowdown in the south and east of England," said Yael Selfin, chief economist at KPMG UK.
Government intervention and Brexit uncertainty has subdued the growth of the private rented sector (PRS) in Britain which has expanded by just 0.2% a year with 5.4 million properties, according to a new analysis.
There has been a renewed deterioration in residential property sales expectations in the UK over the near term, with Brexit uncertainty being a significant factor, the latest market survey shows.
Average house price dips to £216,096, says Nationwide, as buyer activity stalls
Analysis by accountancy firm suggests nationwide decline of about 6% in 2020
A no-deal Brexit could cost the farming industry £850m a year in lost profits, new research seen by the BBC suggests.
The government is planning to create up to 10 free ports across the UK after Brexit.
They allow firms to import goods and then re-export them outside normal tax and customs rules.
Property firm blames Brexit uncertainty for putting off would-be buyers
Enthusiasm among international investors for the UK commercial property market has continued to wane over the past quarter, with sentiment moving towards France and Germany.
CBI warns uncertainty is crippling UK economy with country at risk of lagging behind G7 competitors
The prime property market in London held firm in the second quarter of 2019 while regional areas saw price growth, narrowing the gap with the capital, the latest analysis shows.
PROPERTY investors slashed purchases of office buildings in London by £3 billion in the first half of the year due to the nervous wait for a resolution to the Brexit saga, new figures showed on Monday.
Brexit continues to dominate the London property market with annual price growth across the capital at its lowest level since 2009, according to the latest residential market outlook report.
Pent up demand is beginning to release as buyers get fed up waiting for the UK to leave the EU, but a lack of stock continues to dog the market.
Tax receipts on property sales in the first quarter of 2019 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland fell by 26.2% compared to the previous quarter, an analysis of stamp duty figures shows.
Homebuyers took advantage of Brexit uncertainty to get steep discounts in London’s fanciest neighborhoods in the first quarter.
The increasing unlikeliness that Brexit would not happen at the end of March means that buyers in London returned to the markets with numbers rising as the month progresses, new research shows.
The biggest obstacle property agents in the UK currently face is the turbulent economic and political climate caused by the uncertainty and chaos surrounding Brexit, new research has found.
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