Month: July 2017

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July

2017

Brexit Update: How The British Economy was Affected in July

The Brexit process represents a challenge to Britain in future years without the support of the European Community. We ask: Is our economy up to the job? We’ve been keeping our finger on the pulse of financial markets since last...

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July

2017

UK House Prices up Almost 5% Despite Political Turmoil

Growth in UK house prices has slowed but remains close to 5%, with faster growth seen outside London, according to official data. UK House prices increased nationwide by an average 4.7% in the year to May, hitting an average of...

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July

2017

British Retirees Spend a Record £3.7bn on Rent

According to Countrywide’s Monthly Letting Index published in June, shows that British retirees are becoming a larger part of the rental market. Over the last 12 months people who have retired paid a total of £3.7bn in rent, up 216%...

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July

2017

The Future of Property Investment in a Post Brexit Britain

Since the Brexit referendum in June 2016, there have been understandable concerns over the impact this could have on the UK economy and property market for many years to come. The London Pre-Brexit Bubble London skews so many national averages...

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July

2017

MAXED-OUT CONSUMERS OF CONCERN TO BRITISH ECONOMY

British consumer debt has become a serious issue that threatens future economic security in the UK. We have heard plenty from the Bank of England’s monetary policy committee of late, with its members divided over how to set interest rates...

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July

2017

London’s Prime Real Estate Hits Bear-Market Territory

If you thought Brexit had the potential to hit the massive London prime real estate market at some point, think again. It already has. Prices in London have been tumbling at the fastest and steepest rate since the 2008 financial...

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July

2017

LONDON DEVELOPERS ENTICE HOME BUYERS WITH FREE CARS

For the first time in many years, London developers who used to enjoy bidding wars are desperate enough to entice prospective buyers with lucrative offers. In a clear sign that London’s property market is finally slowing down, developers are offering...

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