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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Punching above its weight

From Spotlight: Reading: a new city in the south east of England?

28 September 2017

With modern office stock and high accessibility, Reading’s employment market and corporate investment outperforms many major UK cities, including Oxford and Leeds

 
 
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Primed for city status

From Spotlight: Reading: a new city in the south east of England?

28 September 2017

Reading may be meeting its current targets, but it must develop more living and office space in and around the town centre to meet its potential as a city

 
 
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Meeting growing demand

From Spotlight: Reading: a new city in the south east of England?

28 September 2017

Despite its strong tech economy, enviable location and transport links, Reading is constrained by its housing stock. We highlight untapped potential both in town and beyond

 
 
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A global player

From Spotlight: Cambridge: building its global future – 2017

15 September 2017

Cambridge is undoubtedly a successful and world-leading research centre, particularly for biosciences. However, more of the right space must now be delivered to enable the city to maintain its competitive edge in a global market

 
 
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New jobs need new houses

From Spotlight: Cambridge: building its global future – 2017

15 September 2017

Cambridge is a popular market, but needs to increase housing delivery across a range of price points and tenures to address affordability

 
 
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Cambridge buyers

From Spotlight: Cambridge: building its global future – 2017

15 September 2017

What are the challenges for different buyers in the Cambridge market? We examine the needs of the downsizer, first-time buyer and family upsizer

 
 
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Trains, planes and cycle lanes

From Spotlight: Cambridge: building its global future – 2017

15 September 2017

Cambridge’s real estate requirements can only be met if they are supported by timely, well-planned and integrated infrastructure that links the city with the world beyond

 
 
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Strongest market since 2008

From Spotlight: Scotland's Residential Property Market – Autumn 2017

08 September 2017

Scotland’s improved market performance is due in part to the resilience of Scottish buyers who have become used to political change…

 
 
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Greater Glasgow reaches new heights

From Spotlight: Scotland's Residential Property Market – Autumn 2017

08 September 2017

Prime market activity goes from strength to strength, with the West End and new build markets leading the way

 
 
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LBTT puts Edinburgh under pressure

From Spotlight: Scotland's Residential Property Market – Autumn 2017

08 September 2017

A lack of mainstream supply has led to a drop in activity. The prime market continues to suffer from the impact of LBTT and fewer properties are being launched this year

 
 
 

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