The HS2 train will connect London to other regional cities like never before, encouraging businesses and investors to look northward.
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Month: November 2015
The currency has fallen to its weakest against the dollar in nearly two weeks as its tough year continues. Is it time for investors to move their money out?
Dubai’s rise as a global tourist leader continues, as it is named the world’s favourite New Year destination.
The UK housing sector is experiencing a record year after evolving into a mainstream asset class that offers stability and strong returns.
Around £6 billion will be spent on student property investment before the end of 2015.
After yields continue to decline in the capital, London is unlikely to experience any growth in the property market until the end of 2016.
Commercial property in London struggles to give attractive returns, with investors looking to other regional cities and sectors for value.
With the Hong Kong property market facing similar problems to those encountered in Singapore, Southeast Asian investors are seeking assets elsewhere.