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General election could put already slowing housing market on ... - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphGeneral election could put already slowing housing market on ...Belfast TelegraphThe property market could be put on pause this summer as potential home buyers sit it out to await the outcome of the general election, it has been suggested.and more »
(18-04-2017)

Here's what experts think the General Election means for house prices - City A.M.

City A.M.Here's what experts think the General Election means for house pricesCity A.M."Past trends show a clear correlation between general elections and the level of transactions in the property market," said Alison Platt, chief executive at estate agent Countrywide. "Analysis of sales transactions over the course of the last nine ...and more »
(18-04-2017)

UK house prices: What the General Election means for the property market - City A.M.

City A.M.UK house prices: What the General Election means for the property marketCity A.M."Past trends show a clear correlation between general elections and the level of transactions in the property market," said Alison Platt, chief executive at estate agent Countrywide. "Analysis of sales transactions over the course of the last nine ...and more »
(18-04-2017)

UK house prices: What the General Election means for the property ... - City A.M.

City A.M.UK house prices: What the General Election means for the property ...City A.M.Yet another General Election in the UK means one thing for those trying to sell their homes: uncertainty, in spades, according to the UK property market.and more »
(18-04-2017)

Property professionals welcome UK general election move - OPP.Today

OPP.TodayProperty professionals welcome UK general election moveOPP.TodayThe first reactions are coming in from international property professionals to today's surprise announcement of a snap UK general election in June. Property professionals see the decision by Prime Minister, Theresa May, to gain the permission of ...UK Music Outlines Brexit Blueprint For Growth As Prime Minister Calls Snap ElectionBillboardWill the snap 2017 General Election slow the Spring property market?The Negotiatorall 1,670 news articles »
(18-04-2017)

UK property owner Atlantic Leaf increases total dividend by 21% - Business Day (registration)

Business Day (registration)UK property owner Atlantic Leaf increases total dividend by 21%Business Day (registration)Mauritius-based property company Atlantic Leaf Properties, which owns commercial properties in light-industrial nodes in the UK, is seeing strong results. The company grew its total dividend for the year to February by 21% and moved its South African ...and more »
(18-04-2017)

Why you should consider a transfer specialist when buying international property - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukWhy you should consider a transfer specialist when buying international propertyTelegraph.co.ukIf that's true, anybody looking to sell up in the UK and buy abroad over the next few years is set to see an increase in their budget. Yet buying international property adds the uncertainty associated with exchange rates into the equation ...
(18-04-2017)

General election could put already slowing housing market on pause - AOL UK

AOL UKGeneral election could put already slowing housing market on pauseAOL UKThe property market could be put on pause this summer as potential home buyers sit it out to await the outcome of the general election, it has been suggested. There have already been signs of the housing market slowing down in recent months amid signs ...and more »
(18-04-2017)

Most aspiring first-time buyers 'positive' over property ladder ... - Aol - AOL UK

AOL UKMost aspiring first-time buyers 'positive' over property ladder ... - AolAOL UKMore than half of aspiring first-time buyers are feeling positive about their chances of getting on the property ladder soon, a survey has found.The biggest ...and more »
(18-04-2017)

Most aspiring first-time buyers 'positive' over property ladder chances - AOL UK

AOL UKMost aspiring first-time buyers 'positive' over property ladder chancesAOL UKMore than half of aspiring first-time buyers are feeling positive about their chances of getting on the property ladder soon, a survey has found. The biggest proportion of people surveyed, at 40.1%, described themselves as hopeful when asked about ...and more »
(18-04-2017)

UK remains top of the commercial real estate market | Property ... - Property Reporter

Property ReporterUK remains top of the commercial real estate market | Property ...Property ReporterThe latest report from BrickVest, has revealed that the UK remains the preferred region to invest in commercial real estate despite seeing a slight dip in ...Property investors shrug off Indyref2 and Brexit fears - The ScotsmanThe Scotsmanall 2 news articles »
(18-04-2017)

UK remains top of the commercial real estate market - Property Reporter

Property ReporterUK remains top of the commercial real estate marketProperty ReporterThe latest report from BrickVest, has revealed that the UK remains the preferred region to invest in commercial real estate despite seeing a slight dip in popularity since Brexit. According to the report, In March 2017, nearly one in three selected the ...and more »
(18-04-2017)

Older people due to pass on property 'wealth mountain' worth £400bn - The Guardian

The GuardianOlder people due to pass on property 'wealth mountain' worth £400bnThe GuardianBased on just more than 1 million people leaving these amounts in their wills, “this suggests a 'wealth mountain' of over £400bn set to be passed on” across the UK, the report said. The “sandwich generation” of 45- to 64-year-olds were the most likely ...Babyboomers cut out of wills as wealth goes straight to grandchildrenTelegraph.co.ukall 8 news articles »
(17-04-2017)

Older people due to pass on property 'wealth mountain' worth ... - The Guardian

The GuardianOlder people due to pass on property 'wealth mountain' worth ...The GuardianHousing inheritance will benefit younger generations selectively, with less than a quarter of under-45s likely to gain.Is This The Only Way We&#x27;ll Ever Afford Our Own Home?Refinery29Babyboomers cut out of wills as wealth goes straight to grandchildrenTelegraph.co.ukall 8 news articles »
(17-04-2017)

UK will never build enough homes to keep prices down - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukUK will never build enough homes to keep prices downTelegraph.co.ukHowever, the overall trend will remain for residential property price rises to outpace salary growth, according to economists at the University of Reading. “The increases in housing supply required to improve affordability have to be very large and ...
(17-04-2017)
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