Soaring demand among tenants for homes in commuter zones and well-connected towns is fuelling a ‘mini-boom’ in the rental market.
If the latest figures highlighting the number of overseas landlords owning property in the UK is anything to go by then Brexit hasn’t deterred investment in the UK property market.
For over a year now, the UK has been cycling through different lockdown periods to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Thankfully, it now looks as though the end of the pandemic could be in sight.
The threat of being hit with a 5k fine for jetting off to sunnier climes has cast a dark cloud over many Brit's holiday plans this summer. As a result, searches for staycations are understandably on the rise and, for savvy landlords anyway, this could be a summer to remember.
The short-let market is a notoriously hard nut to crack with specific guest demands and operational challenges. But get it right, and it can be a lucrative option for investors.
Following the recent publication of the government's new Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy, the British Property Federation is calling for a longer net-zero regulatory roadmap, beyond 2030.
Eddisons has acquired a new-build industrial accommodation called Foundry Park, in Keighley, on behalf of property investment business Malco Holdings.
The PRS is seeing a lot of attention at the moment and the volume of new landlords entering the market is growing, according to the latest data and analysis from criteria search specialist, Knowledge Bank.
Aviva Investors has completed the acquisition of a distribution unit in Hams Hall, one of the region’s premier logistics parks, for £139m.
Housing needs in the UK are changing amid declining levels of home ownership and lifestyle shifts.
Rather than the traditional ‘buy-and-hold’ model, residential housing needs are shifting towards developments that are built for rent and aimed towards a specific demographic who are at a particular life stage. As such, funding needs are changing to support these types of developments and this should lead investors to consider new ways of accessing the property market.
The latest research from new-build snagging company, HouseScan, has revealed where new-build home buyers have enjoyed the largest return on their investment in the last five years.
Four-and-a-half years since the public voted to leave the European Union, the UK and EU agreed on a Brexit deal on 24th December 2020.
LondonMetric has bought a Redditch warehouse in a £5.5m deal.
Harworth Group has sold its 283-acre Bilsthorpe Business Park in Nottinghamshire in a combined deal worth £4.6m.
The latest data released by Accommodation.co.uk has revealed the extent the potential hike in Capital Gains Tax could have to the future of property investment across the UK with over half of landlords stating they will reduce their property investments if the increase happens.
Buy-to-let landlords are joining the rush to take advantage of the stamp duty holiday, with the proportion of property sales agreed with investors hitting its highest level in four years.
Beeston Business Park, the 26.5 acre site on the outskirts of Nottingham, has been sold to Regional REIT in a £16.4m deal.
Harworth Group, a leading regenerator of land and property for development and investment, has acquired off-market Saturn Park in Knowsley, Merseyside, for £26 million plus acquisition costs.
Supermarket Income REIT has bought a Tesco Extra and an Aldi supermarket in Beaumont Leys, Leicester from British Land in deal worth £63.4m.
Property firm Stenprop has bought a multi-let industrial estate in West Bromwich in a deal worth £2.8m.
The company has snapped up the Phoenix Industrial Estate from a private investor. The estate includes 21 units totalling almost 47,000 sq ft.
The move is part of a double deal with for a combined total of £14m.
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