As rental property struggles to produce yields in London, investors are switching focus to regional markets such as Manchester.
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Month: August 2016
An increased number of households across the UK believe property values have risen in August. Summary: Market confidence has increased following the appointment of a new Prime Minister and the Bank of England’s base rate cut The regions are expected to experience a stronger rate of price growth over the next 12 months than London… Read more »
Dubai property prices are expected to rise as improving economic conditions and a reduction in supply encourage demand. Summary: Improving economic conditions in Dubai have seen property experts predict an increase in residential property prices Developers have been more responsive to market sentiment and reduced launches and completions of new units The number of completions has… Read more »
Manchester is one of the UK’s fastest growing cities and has a structural undersupply of property to house its rapidly increasing population. The fall in the value of sterling post the Brexit vote has expedited many investors’ decisions to buy in Manchester.
North-west city tops list of UK cities in Global Liveability Survey for the third year running, scoring highly in areas such as healthcare and stability. Summary: Manchester ranked the best UK city to live in by the Global Liveability Survey for the third consecutive year The city rose three places on last year, scoring highly… Read more »
A domestic slowdown and a favourable currency rate following Brexit have led to a huge rise in the number of Chinese investors looking to purchase UK property.