With the main political fallout and market responses behind us, the first wave of volatility and uncertainty is coming to an end. It is time to look more closely at rebuilding lost momentum through the Referendum process and return to the job at hand; to grow rates of housing supply and to create a more stable and resilient industry to protect supply over the long-term.

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20 Apr 2018
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. Download Report
24 Apr 2018
Crossrail has quite rightly attracted much interest from home buyers, investors and housebuilders; all of which have led to higher property values. Despite this, an abundance of residential opportunities still remain. Download Report
20 Apr 2018
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 enhancing Paddington as a highly-connected transport hub. Download Report
14 Sep 2020
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. Download Report
20 Apr 2018
Government initiatives have fuelled stronger UK consumer sentiment and bolstered housing demand. The Central London residential development market is reaping knock-on rewards. Domestic demand is resurgent, supplementing overseas appetite. Download Report
14 Sep 2020

Germany is the largest European economy and by far the largest residential buy-to-let investment market in Europe. A safe and stable haven for global capital, Germany offers investors a solid economic and political environment that is highly attractive to both domestic and international buyers. Over the past years, we have witnessed an increasing demand from national and international investors in German residential properties. They are being attracted by the secular trends of urbanization, a stable economic environment and a well-established residential market serving owners and tenants.

 

 

 

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20 Apr 2018
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 geographic focus. Download Report
14 Sep 2020

The decision by the United Kingdom population to leave the European Union caused much volatility in financial markets in the immediate aftermath and has thrown considerable doubt around the future trajectory of the UK and particularly London property markets. While the extreme volatility has now moderated, the medium term outlook remains uncertain as both sides prepare for mammoth negotiations.

 

There are many factors to consider, both positive and negative. In this note we look in more detail at some of the major influences on the London residential market in the short to medium term.

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20 Apr 2018

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 lasting, long-term solutions. 

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20 Apr 2018