Month: June 2016

14

June

2016

Latest Index Shows UK House Prices Down Ahead of EU Referendum

England and Wales Fall Heaviest in Run-up to Referendum More evidence is emerging that the run up to the referendum on the UK’s future in the European Union is affecting residential property prices. Property values in England and Wales fell by...

13

June

2016

The Corporate Face of Coworking

How Coworking´s Cost Effectiveness Helps the Corporate Company The chic vibe cultivated by coworking space providers to attract freelancers and startup businesses has helped launch the coworking movement around the world. However, now the same youthful ambiance is attracting old, established firms like...

10

June

2016

Stamp Duty Increases Distort British Property Market

Stamp Duty Eats Into Margins The UK Chancellor George Osborne should freeze housing tax at the top end of the market or risk distorting the wider market; it is claimed in a new analysis report. Up to a 100% rise in...

9

June

2016

Residential Rental Supply Falls Dramatically Across the UK

What Has Caused The Rental Downturn in the UK? New rental properties listed by landlords in the UK in May fell by 15.4% compared to the previous month with 91% of towns and cities recording a fall in supply, new research...

8

June

2016

Brexit Uncertainty Hits Central London Sales and Lettings

Will the Central London Property Market Survive Brexit? Sales and lettings in the prime central London property market have been hit by uncertainty over the UK’s position in the European Union ahead of the referendum vote later this month, on 23...

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