Prime Markets

Established prime residential markets make the UK an appealing global centre. More than anyone Savills Research understands the reasons why.

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New investment to act as catalyst for change

16 March 2015

Earl’s Court is well positioned to become part of the established prime markets.

 
 
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Where will Earl's Court demand come from?

16 March 2015

The number of international buyers in Earl’s Court is set to increase as the redevelopment takes place.

 
 
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The development plans for Earl's Court

16 March 2015

Ambitious regeneration scheme will introduce four new urban villages and a high street.

 
 
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Earl's Court is on the verge of an uplift

16 March 2015

Regeneration in Earl's Court will result in an additional uplift in prices.

 
 
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The prime residential market in Scotland

24 February 2015

Politics, rather than supply and demand, will be the main determining factor in the prime market in Scotland this year.

 
 
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Sales increase in Scotland's prime market

24 February 2015

Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) will bring a more subdued outlook for Scotland’s prime market in the short term.

 
 
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Scotland's million pound market

24 February 2015

Scotland witnessed a slight increase in transactions over £1 million pound in 2014 compared to the previous 12 months.

 
 
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The mainstream market in Scotland

24 February 2015

Mainstream will outperform rest of UK and also prime Scotland, due to LBTT changes and improved lending in a growing economy.

 
 
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Land & Buildings Transaction Tax in 2015

24 February 2015

Land and Buildings Transaction Tax will soon replace Stamp Duty Land Tax in Scotland, but who will be the main benefactors?

 
 
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The UK Real Estate Market in 2015

10 February 2015

Capital value growth across all sectors was stronger than forecast in 2014. It is expected to rise throughout 2015, albeit at a slower rate.

 
 
 

Key contacts

Lucian Cook

Lucian Cook

Director
Residential Research

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 20 7016 3837

 

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