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Real estate companies watched their shares plummet this morning as the City reacted to the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
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A Brexit could spark a sharp fall in house prices over the next two years, according to a survey undertaken by Property Week.
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The number of central London offices under construction has risen by more than a quarter in the past six months.
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The value of UK property fell a fraction in the first quarter of 2016, with retail investments taking the biggest hit, according to MSCI‘s IPD UK Quarterly Property Index.
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Central London office deal volumes more than halved in the first quarter as the number of UK institutional buyers fell to a trickle, new data from Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has revealed.
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The developer of Battersea Power Station is holding back nearly a third of the apartments in phase three of the scheme, as a downturn in the prime London residential market hits sales.
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Growth among private housebuilders is slowing – and the uncertainty of the upcoming EU referendum is partly to blame, the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has warned.
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UK investment volumes have plunged by a third this year as the bull run enjoyed for the past five years fades.
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Three international luxury hotel brands are vying to operate Qatari Diar’s redevelopment of the US Embassy in Grosvenor Square, W1.
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A stamp duty increase for investors and second home buyers has contributed to a slowdown in the central London residential market, according to JLL.
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Private equity and institutional investors dominated the forecourt property market in 2015, taking stakes in four of the top five independent retailers, according to Barber Wadlow’s latest market update.
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The property sector is at risk of serious reputational damage if it does not put in place more robust rules to curtail ‘double-dipping’, a major study has warned.
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The results are in. It has been a whirlwind year for property. What has that meant for the top 100 real estate owners?
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The UK’s fledgling Build to Rent sector has been dealt a blow with the announcement that large investors will not be exempt from a new extra stamp duty surcharge that is introduced in a few weeks’ time.
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Foreign companies wishing to buy property in England and Wales could be forced to reveal details of their ownership under new proposals from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS).
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Shopping centres in prime cities and healthcare assets in France and Germany have topped a list of the top ten European investment hotspots, produced by Savills.
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AXA IM - Real Assets has joined a growing band of fund managers to have launched a core pan-European open-ended fund.
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The value of loan portfolios traded in Europe last year rose to £108bn (€140bn) last year, an increase of more than 50% on 2014.
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Super-wealthy private investors are growing in sophistication and targeting a wider range of property investments as a more analytical younger generation takes charge.
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Logistics take-up in EMEA hit 124.9m sq ft in 2015, the highest level on record, according to analysis by CBRE.
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