Mainstream Markets

Mainstream property refers to the bulk of the UK housing market, with price movements monitored by relevance to national and regional average values.

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What are the top picks for 2017

From Key themes in UK real estate – 2016/17

06 December 2016

Leading Savills experts, across all sectors, select their top picks for the forthcoming year

 
 
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A question of risk & return

From Key themes in UK real estate – 2016/17

06 December 2016

Political and economic uncertainties will dictate the patterns of property investment over the next five years

 
 
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Residential

From Key themes in UK real estate – 2016/17

06 December 2016

Lucian Cook’s six key themes for 2017 and beyond

 
 
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A dynamic combination

From Spotlight: Chelsea & Earl's Court – 2016/17

05 December 2016

Mature yet emerging, Chelsea and Earl's Court are dynamic prime residential markets

 
 
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Aberdeen area residential market

From Spotlight: Aberdeen Area Residential Market

23 November 2016

Prospects for longer term recovery are good, providing prices adjust

 
 
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The wider local economy

From Spotlight: Aberdeen Area Residential Market

23 November 2016

The market will be underpinned by a diversified local economy

 
 
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Strong growth new challenges

From Spotlight: The Future of Leeds City Region

10 November 2016

Stronger economic growth will increase demand for employment space and put further pressure on housing

 
 
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Outlook and recommendations

From Spotlight: The Future of Leeds City Region

10 November 2016

Leeds City Region must develop in order to accommodate increased demand

 
 
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The market's change of gear

From Residential Property Focus 2016 Q4

03 November 2016

Economic uncertainty post Brexit will put a brake on house price growth, despite lower interest rates

 
 
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Slow on the uptake

From Residential Property Focus 2016 Q4

03 November 2016

Transaction levels are set to fall back in the period to 2018 with a recovery to follow. What exactly does this mean for different buyer types across the UK?

 
 
 

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