International Residential Property Market Update

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06 Jan 2017

Northern England’s largest cities are leading the way in urban living. Manchester is the unofficial capital of the purpose built private rented sector and the Northern Powerhouse initiative will continue to provide a political and economic boost...

06 Jan 2017

It is worth reminding ourselves of the scale of the current transformation taking place. By 2025, across the whole of the Nine Elms area, Londoners will see a new high density town in the place of the last large-scale industrial estate in Zone 1.

06 Jan 2017

Paddington’s roots are in transport and most crucially as a gateway into London. It has a rather chequered past, but is today being transformed into a new, vibrant business and residential community while the Heathrow Express and Crossrail are...

06 Jan 2017

The Sydney apartment market is reverting back to ‘normal’ levels of activity, based on slowing sales volumes and rental growth. However capital value growth has surprised on the upside.

06 Jan 2017

Melbourne LGA’s median unit price was $501,000 in 1Q16, falling by 0.8% over the quarter and by 1.0% over the year to 1Q16.Apartment construction is now becoming more prevalent in areas outside of Melbourne City as developers stretch their...

08 Nov 2016

Brexit will dominate UK housing markets over the next few years as we enter uncharted territory. The big question for the industry is whether policy initiatives target short-term supply improvements, or look beyond the immediate horizon to create...

18 Apr 2016

Manchester is the UK’s forward looking and inspirational city region. It is a world-class business and investment location with all the benefits and attractions of a vibrant European metropolis.

08 Apr 2016

Some of Northern England’s residential markets are already resurgent. The Northern Powerhouse initiative will provide an additional boost, but will the region be able to build enough homes amid the ever-changing regulatory regime?

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