Increasing yields and record low voids are leading investors to have high confidence in the private rented sector heading into 2016.
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Month: November 2015
Manchester continues to attract investor interest, with £250 million placed into residential property and the largest take-up of commercial space in the north-west.
House prices rise by 6.1% across the UK as the amount of new properties built fall short of demand by over 73,000.
Over half of investors will look towards property to improve portfolio diversification and increase returns in retirement. Two-thirds of investors have already expanded their portfolio through non-traded assets to protect against market volatility Stocks and bonds have lost popularity in favour of property and private equity 25% of investors aim to add more non-traded alternatives… Read more »
A shift in the tenure landscape is expected over the next decade as the majority of young professionals turn to the private rented sector.
Property asking prices experienced the smallest seasonal dip in years, leading experts to believe prices will accelerate over the next 12 months.
Properties in the UK have risen in value collectively by £5.1 trillion, outstripping the rate of inflation.
As the UK property market structure shifts, supply continues to fall far short of demand.