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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The Impact on the Prime Market

From Brexit Briefing: The Impact on the Prime Market

18 July 2016

Caution among buyers will require realistic pricing

 
 
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Change is Underway

From Spotlight: Ealing

11 July 2016

Ongoing improvements will result in Ealing becoming more established as a prime location

 
 
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Striking a Balance

From Spotlight: Ealing

11 July 2016

The outlook for Ealing needs to be considered in the context of the wider prime London market

 
 
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Luxury Locations

From Spotlight: Kensington and Holland Park

10 June 2016

Kensington and Holland Park play host to some of the capital’s most prestigious homes

 
 
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Well Connected

From Spotlight: Savills York and Darlington Residential Offices

20 May 2016

The urban markets remain strong but demand has rippled out to the commuter villages

 
 
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High Value Employment Markets

From Spotlight: Savills York and Darlington Residential Offices

20 May 2016

Wealth creation will continue to strengthen the demand for residential property in both York and Darlington

 
 
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Continued Recovery

From Spotlight: Savills York and Darlington Residential Offices

20 May 2016

York and Darlington’s housing markets will benefit from an improvement in buyer sentiment

 
 
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Desirable Family Locations

From Spotlight: Wimbledon, Southfields and Coombe

16 May 2016

Buyers and tenants alike are attracted to these leafy South West London neighbourhoods

 
 
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The Wider Context

From Spotlight: Wimbledon, Southfields and Coombe

16 May 2016

Prime London property prices are set to plateau before a gradual return to growth

 
 
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A Perfect Combination

From Spotlight: Richmond

16 May 2016

Richmond provides the ideal balance between town and country, making it a highly sought-after location

 
 
 

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