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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Connecting the city

From Spotlight: Edinburgh: a global city in demand

03 November 2017

An expanding city creates challenges and opportunities for the city region

 
 
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Edinburgh's eastern expansion

From Spotlight: Edinburgh: a global city in demand

03 November 2017

New development is unlocking commercial and residential opportunities to the east of the city

 
 
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House price outlook

From Spotlight: Residential Property Forecasts – Autumn 2017

02 November 2017

Lawrence Bowles assesses growth prospects for the UK housing market against a backdrop of economic and political pressures

 
 
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Has London’s market run out of steam?

From Spotlight: Residential Property Forecasts – Autumn 2017

02 November 2017

A decade of strong growth in the capital’s housing market has seen it become dislocated from the rest of the UK – and left the market pushing against the limits of mortgage regulation and affordability

 
 
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Northern exposure

From Spotlight: Residential Property Forecasts – Autumn 2017

02 November 2017

While London is forecast to lag behind the rest of the UK over the next five years, which region will see the biggest growth? Here are six reasons why we believe it will be the North West

 
 
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Changing fortunes for buyers

From Spotlight: Residential Property Forecasts – Autumn 2017

02 November 2017

In the year to the end of June 2017, there were 1.2 million transactions in the UK housing market, half a million fewer than 10 years ago. This reduction in number is one of the legacies of the credit crunch, but how is it shaping the property market?

 
 
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Pushed to the limit?

From Spotlight: Residential Property Forecasts – Autumn 2017

02 November 2017

As wages return to growth, rents for the mainstream market look set to grow faster in London – although there is still potential outside the capital, with high-yielding employment hubs leading the way

 
 
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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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