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The UK is leading proptech investment into Europe and has attracted five times more investment than Germany, according to a new report by the University of Oxford.
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The value of prime central London residential development land fell by 2% last year.
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House prices have risen across the board as every region sees growth.
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Investment in the UK’s build-to-rent sector fell to €5.9bn (£4.95bn) in 2019, down by 14% on the previous year, as investors held off amid political uncertainty.
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The number of short-term residential lettings in London has surged fourfold to 80,770 homes, up from 18,440 in April 2015.
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The number of private landlords has hit a seven-year low with 222,570 leaving the sector as the government cuts tax reliefs and increases the regulatory burden.
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If your only experience of hostels is creaking beds, grubby bathrooms, ramshackle common spaces and hungover reception staff, then you are seriously behind the times.
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“We’re now going to sealed bids on houses that we couldn’t get a single viewing for a few months ago.” This view from a south London estate agent is no flash in the pan. After many months in the deep freeze, the capital’s housing market seems to have thawed.
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Last year saw the second highest level of student accommodation investment on record, with transactions reaching a total of £5.2bn.
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Investment in the UK hotel sector in 2019 reached £6bn, an increase of 26%, according to the report ‘UK Hotel Capital Markets: Investment Review 2020’, published by Knight Frank.
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Co-living has grown up and moved out of London – and a flurry of applications from developers across the country make efforts in the capital seem tame.
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Commercial real estate investment volumes in the UK dropped by 19% in 2019, reflecting investor caution amid political uncertainty.
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Europe is likely to attract a sizeable chunk of almost €100bn of new money ploughed into real estate in 2020 – a year in which investors are set to move up the risk curve in their ongoing hunt for returns.
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The largest real estate transaction using blockchain currency has been made, with investor BrickMark purchasing an office in Zurich, Switzerland, for CHF 130m (£103m).
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Cheung Chung-kiu in process of buying 45-room property overlooking Hyde Park
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Withdrawals from property funds fell sharply following the Conservative Party’s decisive victory in the general election last month.
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Investment from South Korea into Europe is expected to slow down in the first quarter of 2020 after it grew by 122% year-on-year in 2019 to €12.5bn (£10.6bn).
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Investment into London hotels could reach around £1.5bn in the first quarter of 2020, according to research from Savills.
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It was the sector that could do no wrong. Not any longer. Last week, Property Week broke the news that flexible workspace providers Campfire and Prospect Business Centres had closed sites in London due to fierce competition.
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The end of Help to Buy is fast approaching. It feels symbolic, reflecting the UK population’s shifting attitudes away from an occupier-owner model to that of private renter. From 18-year-olds heading to university through to retirees looking to downsize, the UK residential landscape is undergoing seismic change.
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