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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Making A Move To The Country

From Residential Property Focus 2016 Issue 1

24 February 2016

Country locations are set to outperform London as the prime markets enter the next stage of the housing cycle

 
 
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Starter for ten

19 February 2016

Unanswered questions.

 
 
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Effects Of Combined Measures

From Policy Response: The Impact of New Housing Measures on Development

04 February 2016

We analyse the implications of Starter Homes, the extension of Help to Buy and shared ownership and changes affecting buy-to-let investors

 
 
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New Homes For Sale

From Policy Response: The Impact of New Housing Measures on Development

04 February 2016

The Starter Homes scheme and the expansion of Help to Buy may help some first time buyers but could distort the market

 
 
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The Effect On Land Value

From Policy Response: The Impact of New Housing Measures on Development

04 February 2016

Uncertainty surrounding the details on new policies to boost homeownership makes the appraisal of land values a challenge

 
 
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Spotlight - Key Themes for UK Real Estate in 2016

02 February 2016

Focusing on the income producing potential of property asset classes will be paramount in 2016

 
 
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Household debt

29 January 2016

Concentrated risk?

 
 
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New build supply

14 December 2015

A panacea?

 
 
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Key Themes In 2016: Residential

From Spotlight: Key Themes for UK Real Estate in 2016

09 December 2015

Mortgage regulation seems to have cooled the market, we expect demand for private rented sector accommodation to rise

 
 
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What Are The Top Picks For 2016?

From Spotlight: Key Themes for UK Real Estate in 2016

09 December 2015

A snapshot of our predictions for the commercial, residential and agricultural sectors of the market

 
 
 

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