Trying to navigate the devilishly confusing London property market? Pondering a move to another borough, or perhaps choosing between Brixton and Barnet to invest in a new home or flat to rent? Then our exclusive quarterly report into the residential property market in London is a must read.
Whether you’re a property developer, investor, or simply interested in discovering whether rents are tumbling in Newham, or which properties are selling fastest; this is the only report you need. Using our unique datasets, we’ve analysed the key market indicators from across the capital to help you understand the emerging trends and identify new potential investment opportunities.
We cover everything from £sqft, to rental yields and time on market, and we’ve crunched the numbers so that you don’t have to. The report provides detailed context for each key dataset, and is presented in a new easy-to-read format that condenses all of this into a few minutes of reading.
A quick reference front page packs all of our insights onto a single side of A4. However, for those who have a little more time we’ve included a detailed breakdown of every statistic, graph and numerical anomaly. Finally, the Spotlight feature takes an even closer look at one aspect of the residential property market and then examines exactly how it’s impacting prices in these cities.
Key takeaways this quarter:
• Splits between sales volumes and prices indicate a softening market in London
• Rental prices decline citywide for the first time since September 2014
• Volumes fall significantly - by as much as 32% in SW London
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