When considering the issue of property prices, it is a given that there is a premium on homes in the capital city compared with other parts of the UK. Nonetheless, the way the London market has performed in recent years has at least provided some relative bargains.
When purchasing investment property, an investor must always be mindful of how a particular property will achieve the ultimate goal of producing a return, and whether that return will be seen in the short or long term.
One of the biggest stories of the past two years has been the intensity of the property market.
The London property market, which was hit the hardest of anywhere in the country by the pandemic, is on the up again, the latest figures suggest. Prime central locations are particularly in demand at the moment, according to Property Reporter. Demand has increased by 60% compared with 2019 levels.
Whilst homeowners have been leaving the capital in search of larger properties post-pandemic, the housing market in London has seen a ‘revival’, with house prices increasing substantially, according to the latest figures.
Whether you are a small business looking to scale up into a new office space or an expanding enterprise looking for their next storefront, finding the ideal property for your business is a complex job, one that is made easier with the help of property acquisition agents.
House price growth in the UK slowed in September, but according to one forecast, the cost of housing will continue to increase over the next few years.
The slow pace of the London property market is set to continue for another four years, according to a new forecast.
If ever there was a subject that someone would want to speak to London property experts about, it is finding the best riverside locations to invest in.
If ever there was a good time to invest in London’s residential property market with a view towards the long term, this is it.