Rental Market

Savills local expertise and market knowledge combined with global reach ensure an extensive insight into the UK rental markets.

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Unique Riverside Developments

From Spotlight: Barnes and East Sheen

16 February 2016

The historic Stag Brewery site on the banks of the Thames is set to be the site of an extensive new riverside development

 
 
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The Market In Context

From Spotlight: Barnes and East Sheen

16 February 2016

Looking forward, Barnes and East Sheen will continue to appeal to a wide range of buyers

 
 
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Rental Britain Here To Stay

From Spotlight: Rental Britain

02 February 2016

The rental market will still expand by more than one million households over the next five years despite the Government’s drive to boost homeownership.

 
 
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Routes To Market

From Spotlight: Rental Britain

02 February 2016

There is more than one way to invest in the residential market for large-scale investors.

 
 
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Why Forward Fund?

From Spotlight: Rental Britain

02 February 2016

The lack of available stock is prompting an increase in deals to forward fund development for rent.

 
 
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Opportunities For Investment

From Spotlight: Rental Britain

02 February 2016

Investors are looking beyond London to cities with concentrations of households in the rental market.

 
 
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Outlook

From Spotlight: Rental Britain

02 February 2016

Our expectations for the rental market across the UK.

 
 
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Waterfront Living

From Spotlight: London's Waterfront

26 January 2016

Living on the Thames appeals to people from all walks and stages of life.

 
 
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Waterfront Developments

From Spotlight: London's Waterfront

26 January 2016

How do the average sale and rental values compare on new build developments along the Thames?

 
 
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The Market In Context

From Spotlight: London's Waterfront

26 January 2016

The outlook for London’s Waterfront needs to be considered in the context of the wider prime London market.

 
 
 

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