Property prices on the rise, demand continuing to increase and a lack of supply. These are the three stories of the post Brexit property market.
275,000 homes are to be built on green belt land. While this is seen as a solution by some, there are other potential property earners away from green belt.
First post-brexit house price growth figures have been released, and they offer positive news for UK developers.
We look at annual South East house price figures to see how a post brexit market still offers property development opportunities.
While there is a push for more housing to be made available on the market, the question most investors are actually asking is ‘where should I be building my property?’
Property demand is on the rise following a slight dip during the Brexit months. Will this demand send prices skyward over the next 12 months.
While UK property prices increased by 9.0% in the year to March 2016, we take a look at how that compares to figures for the South East of England.
Annual house price growth has grown by over 1% since the previous house price index report. Property prices are now rising at pre-Brexit rates again.
After a few months of stagnant inflation, the latest report from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) sees a return to rising inflation.
Property sales predictions for South East England released by RCIS. Latest property sales figures offer positive news for property developers.