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Student buy to-let property set to ‘skyrocket’ in Scotland

The student buy-to-let market will ‘skyrocket’ in Scotland over the next five years because of the expected rise in house prices. That is according to Grant Property, a leading property

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University towns and cities witness the highest growth in £1 million plus homes

Recent figures from the Land Registry have revealed that sales of £1 million plus homes in England and Wales rose to a new high last year (2017). A total of

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The male and female response to investments

In a recent survey by SevenCapital, one of the UK’s leading property developers, more than 1,000 people were asked what they were currently investing and what they would consider investing

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The Urban Renaissance Continues

According to research by Centre for Cities, young people in the UK are flooding into city centres to live, with substantial increases seen in city centre populations over recent years.

Buy to Let

Will three-year tenancies soon be the norm?

Three-year tenancies could soon be the norm if the UK government is able to push through its new proposals on minimum tenancy. New proposals are currently being put forward by

Student Accommodation

Supply and demand creating huge investment potential for Newcastle student property

With UK’s universities and higher education institutions being a major draw for both domestic and overseas students, there continues to be a significant supply and demand issue regarding student property.

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UK is still one of the world’s strongest overseas property investment destinations

New research from Select Property Group’s GCC Investor report has revealed that 77% of investors in the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) still regard UK real estate as a prime investment

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70% of renters do not intend to buy a property

New research from insurer Direct Line for Business has revealed that out of the 17 million people currently renting in the UK, only 30% are planning to buy a property

Buy to Let

Property investment performance continues to outpace wage growth and inflation

Recent research from Hamptons, the leading estate agents, has revealed that despite the negative effects of government policy on the buy-to-let sector, it is still growing apace. The research shows

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Manchester rental returns 67% higher than London

Whilst Chinese investment in London real estate is dipping considerably, the opposite is true for Manchester. Research undertaken by Juwai.com, China’s biggest overseas property portal, revealed earlier this year that