Month: July 2016

15

July

2016

Fewer Homes Listed for Sale in Response to Brexit Vote

Figures Reveal Buyer and Seller Confidence Affected Some 68% of UK towns and cities saw new property listings fall in June, with supply down 13% in London alone, according to the latest property supply index which suggests Brexit is to blame...

14

July

2016

Coworkers Wave Goodbye to the 9-5 Routine

5 Ways to Get the Work/Life Balance Right and Boost Productivity! According to a survey published by CareerBuilder, more than 63% of workers believe working a 9-to-5 schedule is an outdated concept. The survey examined responses from more than 1,000 full-time employees...

13

July

2016

Rental Growth in Prime Central London Down 3% This Year

Can Central London´s Rental Value Market Bounce Back? Annual rental value growth in London’s prime property market fell by 3% in June, continuing a decline experienced in recent months that has been driven by higher stock levels and uncertainty in financial markets. The...

12

July

2016

London’s Prime Property Prices Slide 0.2% in June

Will the Referendum Help or Hinder London's Prime Property Market? Average property in the prime central London market fell by 0.2% in June, making it the weakest monthly result since November 2014, according to the latest published data. It means that...

11

July

2016

One in Three British Tenants Sublet Without Consent

Landlords Beware - Tell-Tale Signs Your Tenant Is Subletting Around a third of private rented sector tenants in the UK say they are currently subletting without the landlord’s consent and four out of 10 tenants plan to do so in the...

8

July

2016

British Estate Agents Say Brexit to have Negative Impact on Property

How Damaging Is Brexit to the UK Property Market Some 42% of estate agents in the UK believe that the decision to leave the European Union has already had a negative impact on their business, new research has found. One agency...

7

July

2016

More Over-50s Rent Homes in the UK than Ever Before

What Has Led to More Over 50's Renting in the UK? The number of people over 50 living in rented accommodation in the UK has been on the rise over the last five years with a third now renting, new research...

6

July

2016

What the Evolving Workplace Holds For Business Owners

Benefits and Advantages Within the Coworking World Workplace trends have changed dramatically over the last few years as it becomes increasingly important for businesses to improve productivity, cost-effectiveness and maintain a happy workforce. Advances in technology have made it easier to create...

5

July

2016

Brexit uncertainty affects Prime Country Homes in UK

Does Stamp Duty Increase, and Brexit Leave Prime Country Homes in Limbo? Prime country house prices in the UK fell by 0.2% between April and June as uncertainty surrounding the outcome of the EU referendum filtered through to the market. On...

4

July

2016

More than 10,000 Coworking Spaces to Open in Asia This Year

Asia Sees Rapid Rise in Coworking Space in 2016 Just as the western world, Asia has seen a revolution in working practices that has instigated the rise of the new megatrend known as coworking. Coworking is basically another term for flexible...

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