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Savills’ latest research report has ranked London as the most resilient investment market during Covid-19.
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Hammerson and Shaftesbury were among the biggest REIT fallers on the FTSE 250 today, as the stock exchange’s resurgence this week showed signs of easing.
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The National Trust is calling for 600 new “street parks”, filled with fruit trees, to be created in the “grey deserts” of Britain’s cities.
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The chancellor has drawn up plans to exempt most homebuyers from paying any stamp duty to help kick-start the Covid ravaged economy.
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Retailers will surely have been relieved to see shoppers return after lockdown restrictions were eased. It’s still too early to fully understand what damage three months of trading exclusively online (if at all) has caused — and, despite the crowds, many are fearful about how the rest of the year will shape up.
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Britain’s economy is regaining momentum as the lockdown is lifted, according to real-time data.
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House prices suffered their first annual fall in eight years as the lockdown brought activity to a standstill.
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Commercial occupiers in the UK have now paid 46% of June quarterly rents owed, up from 18.2% a week ago.
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Leading retail landlords have to date collected less rent following the June quarter day than they did at the March quarter day, with experts warning that negotiations between property owners and tenants are vital to prevent a similar situation in September.
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I want to go against the current – and surprising – trend among some property industry experts for extolling the virtues of working from home and sounding the death knell of the office.
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Hammerson and Capital & Regional were two of the biggest fallers among the listed REITs today, as shopping centre landlord intu’s collapse continues to reverberate throughout the retail sector.
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The yield gap between prime industrial and shopping centre yields in mainland Europe has closed for the first time, according to new data from Savills.
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Over the past few months, Covid-19 has taken the world by storm with one of the sharpest supply-side economic shocks ever witnessed in modern times.
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The world’s tallest hybrid timber tower could soon sprout above Sydney.
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Less than 20% of commercial rents in the UK were collected by landlords on June quarter day, according to initial data that suggests a stark slump in tenants paying their bills during the Covid-19 downturn.
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Institutional property investment in the UK has historically given residential a wide berth.
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Vacant shops will be used as walk-in Covid testing centres.
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LISTEN With more than 150,000 build-to-rent homes now occupied, under construction or in planning, activity in the sector is fast catching up with the attention it has long drawn from developers, advisers, investors and lenders. But one voice too often missing from debate and discussion is that of the renter. What are their concerns and aspirations? And are they happy with the product they are paying for?
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Brexit is once again starting to rise up the agendas of real estate investors after being pushed to the sidelines by Covid-19, according to new research from UBS.
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The UK residential property market has experienced a surge in activity since lockdown restrictions were eased, with offers accepted in the UK in the week ending 20 June reaching a record number.
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