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UK Vote to Leave the EU

September 10th, 2017|UK Property News|

UK Vote to Leave the EU | What does it Mean for the Property Market? UK Vote to Leave the EU | What does this mean for the UK property market? Cheaper pound lures overseas property investors from the Middle East and Asia. The results are in. The UK Vote to Leave the EU | [...]

Rental Demand in Manchester

September 10th, 2017|Property Market Analysis|

Rental Demand in Manchester Rental Demand in Manchester is soaring, it is now reported that nearly 30% of housing in Manchester is privately rented. The market is in high demand and the under-supply of private rented accommodation is expected to rise by up to 40% over the coming 10 years. The UK’s 2nd city, is [...]

House Prices Rise Despite ‘Brexit’ Fears

September 10th, 2017|UK House Prices, UK Property News|

House Prices Rise Despite 'Brexit' Fears UK house prices rise despite 'Brexit' fears suggests the latest data from Halifax Bank. The Halifax report indicates that the house prices in the UK are remaining strong ahead of the EU referendum. In Halifax’s monthly house price index, Halifax said the average house price actually rose by 1.4% [...]

Brexit Effects on UK Property Market

September 10th, 2017|Commentary, International Investor News|

Brexit Effects on UK Property Market. The UK’s vote to leave the European Union came as a shock to many. Brexit has had a large impact on international markets immediately after the result was announced with the pound falling to a 31 year low against the dollar. The initial reactions and opinions show a mixed [...]

Effects of Brexit One Month After

September 10th, 2017|Commentary|

Effects of Brexit One Month After There was and still is some uncertainty surrounding the effects of Brexit one month after now since the UK voted to leave and invoke article 50. Accurately measuring what impact the vote will have will take some time due to the complexity of collating and data processing. As the [...]

Rising House Prices Restricting First Time Buyers

September 10th, 2017|First-Time Buyers, Property Market Analysis|

Rising UK House Prices Means First Time Buyers are Frozen out Rising House Prices Restricting First Time Buyers. UK's rising house prices have been outpacing wage inflation for many years, which for many aspiring homeowners, has left the first time buyers needing larger deposits which has made home ownership getting further out of reach for [...]

Where to Invest? Looking for a stable and low risk investment option?

September 10th, 2017|Guide|

Where to Invest? Looking for a stable and low risk investment option? The options can be endless and confusing, there are a number of expatriates who are looking for investment options and are unsure where to invest their money. The political instability and depressed oil prices creating uncertainty in the MENA Region and Middle eastern [...]

UK Interest Rate Cut

September 10th, 2017|Mortgages and Finance, Property Market Analysis|

UK Interest Rate Cut The UK interest rate cut has lowered the Bank of England base rate from 0.5% to just 0.25%. This cut is a new low for the base rate which has been 0.5% for seven years and now we look at how this will affect savers, borrows and the property market. For [...]

UK House Prices have Risen 10.1%

July 10th, 2017|Property Market Analysis, UK House Prices|

UK House Prices have Risen 10.1% UK House Prices have Risen 10.1% in the first three months of 2016 by 2.9%, compared with the last three months of 2015. Halifax Housing Economist Martin Ellis, said “House prices in the first three months of 2016 were 2.9% higher than in the final quarter of 2015. The annual rate has grown from 9.7% to 10.1% in March.” “Current market conditions, however, remain very tight with an acute supply/demand imbalance continuing, together with continuing low interest rates and a healthy labour market, indicate that house price growth is set to remain robust.” Key Facts UK: House Prices have Risen 10.1% House prices in the three months to March were 10.1% higher than in the same three months a year earlier. This was higher than the 9.7% rise recorded in both January and February. The annual rate has been within the 8%-10% range for nearly the whole period since the start of 2015. House prices rose by 2.6% between February and March. The quarter on quarter change is a more reliable indicator of the underlying trend. Monthly house price changes can be volatile. (Source:Halifax House Price Index 2016). Supply remains very low despite more sales instructions. New instructions by home sellers increased for the third successive month in February following ten monthly falls in a row. This rise, however, was not sufficient to prevent the stock of secondhand properties for sale falling as sales increased. The stock for sale remains close to record low levels. (Source: Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors’ (RICS) monthly report). Many of the currencies in the Gulf are pegged against the US dollar. As we experience a period of dollar strength, it is an opportune time for buyers from the Middle East region to buy property in the UK as the strong dollar increasing overseas purchasing power from the. Please contact our Dubai or London office to buy property in the UK. […]

UK House Prices Rise

July 10th, 2017|Commentary|

UK House Prices Rise at fastest rate since 2004 in Q1 of 2016. UK House Prices Rise; house prices in Liverpool among the fastest rising in the UK. Due to investors seek value outside of the capital. Therefore, buying lower priced property investment in the northern regions such as Liverpool Manchester for strong capital growth [...]