The uncertainty of Brexit is still being impacted in London and the South of England. After several years and months of prices dropping there is evidence that the market is showing signs of levelling out as prices recorded their smallest fall since June 2014.
As the year comes to a close and we look back on 2018, there is no time more fitting than now to say a big ‘THANK YOU’ for being a special part of Premier Property Search and Premier Corporate Relocation Services.
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Across the prime London and commuter zone, markets rents continue to soften, but to a lesser extent than seen previously. Demand remains high for properties of the best condition and price.
The first quarter of 2018 has been one of the best starts to a new year for many years; there is business to be had, business to be done and we are very busy!
There are many property ‘analysts, property writers and expert consultants’ who are never afraid of predicting how the residential property market will perform at this time of a new year.
As we prepare for 2018, we believe the next 12 months is probably more multifarious than ever.
On reflection, the residential property market in 2016 has been like no other year!
It was always destined to be difficult following the announcement by the Government that there was to be a referendum to stay in, or opt out of the EU.
Brexit will long be remembered for the arguments, the lies, debates and the many false promises; paradoxically this was just the actions and behaviour between Ministers of the UK Government and MEP’s.
For the optimistic, positive and forward thinking, let’s get on with the exit and make the best of it! We now need to rebuild confidence and stability.
Many of the top selling agents are being advised by their marketing and research teams that the residential property market across the majority of sectors is finally growing - or should we say ‘recovering’ - particularly in the more sought after areas where there is high demand for quality properties.
In this spring election report we have tried to predict which political party will help Britain’s homeowners the most. The one common denominator amongst all political parties is that the property market and housing will be a big issue at the election on 7th May.