I sat down with Stephen Marshall, senior director within CBRE and part of the leading team that won the client relationship management award for their service to Hermes at the CBRE 2017 Awards! Hope you enjoy!
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- Chairman of Britain's biggest housebuilder resigns amid row over 'obscene' £800m bonus scheme for company ... - Daily Mail December 16, 2017Daily MailChairman of Britain's biggest housebuilder resigns amid row over 'obscene' £800m bonus scheme for company ...Daily MailSenior non-executive director Jonathan Davie – who ran the company's pay-setting committee – also stood down, with immediate effect. Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable said: 'The scale of this bonus is obscene. It is reminiscent of the […]
- Property prices: what happened this year - The Times December 15, 2017The TimesProperty prices: what happened this yearThe TimesStrutt & Parker says that houses are selling faster in Edinburgh than anywhere else in the UK, averaging 41 days on the market. Non-residential purchases have become popular, because they are subject to lower LBTT rates (the Scottish version of stamp ...£500000 to get your first flat: A […]
- Report outlines planning reforms needed to boost new home building in the UK - Property Wire December 14, 2017Property WireReport outlines planning reforms needed to boost new home building in the UKProperty WirePlanning reforms, including reserving a proportion of new build houses for British residents, would help to increase home building and promote home ownership, according to a new report. With the average first time buyer having to save for 10 years for […]
- Restrict Non Residents' UK Property Purchases? - Property118 December 14, 2017Property118Restrict Non Residents' UK Property Purchases?Property118I read an article yesterday where an MP suggested restricting the number of properties that are available for non UK residents to purchase. The idea being that if wealthy foreigners didn't buy the properties then they would be available for UK ...
- Stamp duty tax debate 'welcome' - BBC News - BBC News December 14, 2017The IndependentStamp duty tax debate 'welcome' - BBC NewsBBC NewsSurveyors say changes to stamp duty levied on first-time buyers should spark a wider debate.UK house prices flat in November but will pick up in 2018The IndependentProperty prices in the UK were flat in November, latest RICS survey showsProperty WireHouse prices in the North outstrip London […]
- What can a first-time buyer afford around the UK? We reveal what the average £165k budget buys - from a boat in ... - Daily Mail December 14, 2017Daily MailWhat can a first-time buyer afford around the UK? We reveal what the average £165k budget buys - from a boat in ...Daily MailWith house prices continuing to rise this year, getting on to the property ladder has become even more of a struggle in most parts of the country. But how far your […]
- UK rents fall for first time in five years - Property Industry Eye December 14, 2017Telegraph.co.ukUK rents fall for first time in five yearsProperty Industry EyeFigures from buy-to-let lender Landbay's National Rent Review, based on analysis of around 100,000 advertised and agreed rents on Zoopla and ONS data going back to 2012, show rents fell 0.01% in November. This is the first time rents have declined ...Slow rental growth in […]
- UK property total returns break 10% for 2017 - Property Week December 13, 2017Property WeekUK property total returns break 10% for 2017Property Week... capital values high street shops in the South East both saw no growth. In the office sector, capital values rose 0.2% despite the City submarket recording a decrease of 0.1% and both the City and West End & Mid Town submarkets reported a decrease ...
- UK house prices: how the cost of property has changed where you live - iNews December 12, 2017iNewsUK house prices: how the cost of property has changed where you liveiNewsThe general trend of rising house prices is continuing, with the average UK property reaching £223,807 in October, an increase of 4.5% annually. England continues to see the biggest price increase compared to the rest of the UK, with house prices ...and more »
- London property prices set to drop in 2018 - The Independent December 11, 2017The IndependentLondon property prices set to drop in 2018The IndependentHome values in the capital are likely to fall another 2 per cent in 2018 after a 1.8 per cent decline this year, the real estate website operator said Monday. In December alone, prices dropped 3.7 per cent in London and by 2.6 per cent nationally. […]