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We publish the most current news from our largest partner Knight Frank, exclusively for the clients of our company and the visitors of our website. Knight Frank is one of the oldest real estate companies with over 110 years of experience, and is one of the leaders in the sale of properties not only in the UK, but globally. We will inform you of the most interesting investment proposals in the global market, about legal changes in relation to the investment in residential and commercial properties, and about trends and developments in the UK property market.

You will be able to familiarise yourself with the analysis of market dynamics and evaluations of investment prospects of particular regions and cities, as well as discover other important information which will help to determine feasibility and profitability of a planned investment.

 

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18/03/2015

 

Crossrail analysing property market performance from Reading to Shenfield 2015.

 

Crossrail analysing property market performance from Reading to Shenfield 2015.

 

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12/03/2015

 

UK RESIDENTIAL FORECAST & RISK MONITOR 2015

 

Please read the UK residential forecast & risk monitor pre-election.

 

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04/02/2015

 

Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings, Capital Gains Tax, Stamp Duty Land Tax 2015

 

Please read in PDF new Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings, Capital Gains Tax, Stamp Duty Land Tax 2015

 

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23/09/2014

 

PRIME CENTRAL LONDON ASKING PRICES MODERATE AS MARKET SELF-CORRECTS

 

As policy makers intervene to cool UK house price growth, the market in prime central London is self-correcting, says Tom Bill 

Bank of England governor Mark Carney was likened to an ‘unreliable boyfriend’ by Treasury Select Committee member Pat McFadden in June. The accusation was prompted by a perception Carney had given mixed signals about when the base rate will rise from its historic low of 0.5%. 

The merits of raising interest rates, introducing stricter affordability tests and curtailing the government’s Help to Buy scheme are part of a wider debate over how far the government and central bank should intervene in the UK housing market to cool price inflation. 

Prime central London buyers are not typically swayed by modest interest rate rises or stricter affordability tests. Instead, slowing growth shows market forces are alive and well as increasingly price-sensitive buyers cause the market to self-correct. 

 

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