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.
The private rented sector (PRS) plays a vital role in the UK’s housing market, having doubled in numbers of households in the last 20 years but continued Government ‘interference’ is causing problems, according to a new report.
Near term expectations for sales and prices turn slightly negative again.
Buyer enquiries increase marginally for the second consecutive months although sales remain flat.
Landlord instructions continue to fall across lettings market as near-term rent expectations rise.
A pioneering draft guidance for the measurement of land has been published, which if accepted will have far reaching implications for development surveyors, planners and architects across the world.
New buyer interest has increased in the UK for the first time since November 2016 as the housing market becomes more stable, according to the latest residential housing market survey report.
Monthly housing report by the institution reveals an unexpected improvement in the housing market, the best monthly figures since the EU Referendum.
New guidelines relating to commercial property service charges have now come into effect in a move designed to protect tenants from unscrupulous landlords and introducing greater transparency in the sector.
Expectations, demand and sales expectations all down in latest market snapshot
Results continue to display mixed fortunes with changing shopping habits and uncertainty around politics remaining strong influences, according to the Q4 2018 RICS UK Commercial Property Market Survey.
The results of the Q4 2018 RICS Construction and Infrastructure Market Survey show a mixed picture, but there has been a moderation to growth in output across the UK.
Outlook for sales the weakest in two decades, say Britain’s surveyors
The UK housing market is unlikely to see much change in 2019 with a continuation of weakening sales activity, according to the RICS UK Residential Housing Forecast 2019.
Surveyors body expects Brexit and affordability constraints to take toll on property market
Uncertainty and gloom about Brexit are likely to hit the UK housing market well into next year, surveyors believe.
A new guide has been launched to help buyers and renters in the UK pay a fair amount for their home, based on the accurate size of the property.
As figures show, a staggering 86,000 young people have been homeless at some point in 2018, with no idea where their next meal or safe place to sleep will come from. RICS have produced a unique paper that pulls together answers from every quarter to bring an end to this stain on our society.
Surveyors body expects prices to fall in the south and south-east over next three months
Rents could rise 15% by 2023 as the supply of new rental properties dries up, according to a survey by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
Rents are expected to surge 15 per cent over the next five years thanks to increasing demand and limited supply following government tax assaults on buy to let investors.
Properties in the UK are taking longer to sell than a year ago owing to the "uninspiring" housing market, according to surveyors.
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