First post-brexit house price growth figures have been released, and they offer positive news for UK developers.
275,000 homes are to be built on green belt land. While this is seen as a solution by some, there are other potential property earners away from green belt.
We look at annual South East house price figures to see how a post brexit market still offers property development opportunities.
While there is a push for more housing to be made available on the market, the question most investors are actually asking is ‘where should I be building my property?’
Property demand is on the rise following a slight dip during the Brexit months. Will this demand send prices skyward over the next 12 months.
While UK property prices increased by 9.0% in the year to March 2016, we take a look at how that compares to figures for the South East of England.
Annual house price growth has grown by over 1% since the previous house price index report. Property prices are now rising at pre-Brexit rates again.
After a few months of stagnant inflation, the latest report from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) sees a return to rising inflation.
Property prices on the rise, demand continuing to increase and a lack of supply. These are the three stories of the post Brexit property market.
Property sales predictions for South East England released by RCIS. Latest property sales figures offer positive news for property developers.