Galbraith, a leading independent property consultancy, reports that the market for country properties continues to defy expectations, unaffected by Brexit uncertainty.
Annual rental value growth turned positive in the prime outer London property market for the first time in three years in February, according to the latest analysis report.
A third of properties for sale in the UK for a million pounds or more are located in just five boroughs in London, new research shows.
More than half of homes in the prime central London property market were bought by overseas buyers in the second half of 2018, new research shows.
Brexit has had a negative impact on rents in London’s prime residential markets which are now showing early signs of bottoming out, with the annual rate of decline now at its slowest since the June 2016 referendum.
Political chaos and a series of tax hikes pushed the average price of a home in London’s most-desired districts down by almost 5 percent last year, paring it to a low not seen since the start of 2013.
The prime property market in London is in a stronger position than it appears to be on the surface and is in a position to recover once Brexit is sorted, according to a new analysis.
Annual rental value growth turned positive in the prime central London lettings market last year due to declining levels of stock, according to the latest analysis report.
The top end of the residential property market in London saw remarkably robust levels of sales last year despite Brexit concerns, particularly for homes above £15 million, a new analysis shows.
More evidence is emerging that steep price cuts are hitting home values in London’s best districts as the market struggles to escape the morass that’s engulfed it over the last four years.
The prime country property market in Scotland has continued to defy expectations and has not been affected by Brexit uncertainty, new research suggests.
Sales of million pound plus homes in London have continued to drop, decreasing by 8% but in Wales they have doubled and in the East Midlands are up by 67%, new research shows.
London’s prime property market saw a rise in activity at the higher end of the sector in the second half of 2018 as demand continued to increase, the latest analysis shows.
Prime regional property prices in England and Wales fell in the fourth quarter of 2018 but the North of England has seen annual growth, the latest country house index shows.
The prime property lettings market in London has been resilient in 2018 despite the uncertain political and economic background due to Brexit, according to the latest rental index report.
Prices in Edinburgh’s prime property market increased year on year by 10.6% in 2018, the highest level of annual growth for more than a decade, the latest analysis shows.
Property prices in London’s prime property market are continuing to fall but the number of new buyers registering in the market is rising, the latest monthly analysis report shows.
The proportion of properties listed for rent in the prime London residential markets in October was at its highest level since January 2017, the latest lettings market report shows.
Sales volumes in London’s super prime residential property market have proved relatively resilient this year despite the impact of political uncertainty surrounding Brexit negotiations, according to a new analysis.
Uncertainty over Brexit and the direction of the British economy is hammering the top of the market.
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