Month: July 2016

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July

2016

UK House Prices for First Time Buyers Up 28% in Four Years

Can First Time Buyers Afford to Get On the Property Ladder? First time buyers in England are now paying out an average of just over £196,000 for their home, a rise of £42,451 or 28% over the last four years, new...

28

July

2016

New Brexit Analysis Reveals Declining Property Prices and Sales in UK

London, the Home Counties and Northern Ireland Hit Hardest by Brexit Overall, both property prices and sales in the UK have fallen by around 8% since the referendum decision to leave the European Union, but there are wide regional variations. London, the...

27

July

2016

UK Property Remains Attractive to Global Investors Post Brexit

Opportune Time to Enter the UK Property Market for Global Investors Fluctuations in the real estate market caused by the UK’s vote to leave the European Union are likely to be shorter lived and less severe than many investors fear, according to...

26

July

2016

Four Reasons Smart Businesses are Going Remote

The Growing Trend of Remote Working and its Many Benefits Improvements in technology and new business mindsets have completely transformed the workplace, making it possible for more people to work remotely without impacting productivity. In fact, 38% of US workers currently work...

25

July

2016

Londoners Move to Birmingham to Avoid Spiralling Property Prices

London Leavers Prefer Birmingham As Price of Property Escalates There are more home owners moving out London than ever before with more than 280,000 moving away in 2015, an increase of 3% compared to 2014, a new analysis shows. The exodus...

22

July

2016

Why Coworking Spaces are Your Next Smart Investment

Coworking Space: Your Gateway to the Investment Opportunity of 2016 The coworking space has seen a lot of media coverage over the past few years, amidst claims that traditional office life is on its way out, replaced by business lounges, coffee-shop- inspired...

21

July

2016

PwC Forecasts Marked Slowdown in UK Housing Market

UK House Price Growth Expected to Decelerate in 2016 The UK should avoid a house price crash or a severe recession despite growth downgrades following the decision to leave the European Union, new research shows. UK growth had already eased from...

20

July

2016

Coworking Revolution forces Traditional Offices into Decline Globally in 2016

Out with the Old, In with the New! All regions across the globe experienced a slowing of office property sales volumes in the first quarter of 2016 compared with the same period in 2015, new research shows. It was inevitable that...

19

July

2016

European Commercial Real Estate Investment up 2.5% in Q2 2016

Positive Signs Within the Market Despite Caution Following Brexit Commercial real estate investment remained strong across Europe in the second quarter of 2016 totalling €54.0 billion, up 2.5% on the previous quarter and 30.4% on the 10 year average, new research shows. However,...

18

July

2016

Transaction Volumes Fall in the UK Following Referendum

New Data Suggests Dip in Activity Will Persist Uncertainty fuelled by the European Union referendum has resulted in a marked drop in activity in the UK housing market with new buyer enquiries down significantly across the country. In June some 36%...

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