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Property prices in London fell 2.4% in June

According to this article here.

The real question is why? Despite inflation going up to 2.9%, interest rates remain unchanged. See article on this:  362 more words

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An Open Letter to James Cleverly, MP

Dear James,

One of my Conservative-voting friends liked your Facebook post yesterday about why you voted against the housing bill. I just want to clear up why, in the aftermath of the Grenfell fire, I (and many others) am directing my anger partially towards you and those who voted with you, and to address some of the things written in the comments of that post.  1,475 more words

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Lodha UK Raises $375m from Cain Hoy for Lincoln Square

Lodha UK has received about $375 million from a UK-based private investment company Cain Hoy to fund the construction of its residential project Lincoln Square in London. 157 more words

International

The end for London property investment?

Some grim reading from Bloomberg, here

Short version: Government grabbing extra tax from buy-to-let landlords, extra stamp duty, property prices stagnating, rents dropping across greater London by over 4%. 328 more words

London Property

London home prices down, rents down across the country

Why is this happening? Article here and here

The londonpropertyguy’s view: A couple of reasons: uncertainty being one of them due to Brexit so people just don’t want to move house and incur the cost of doing so. 445 more words

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Uncovering the truth using comprehensive data analysis - foreign investment in London property market

This is a guest blog by Daniella Tsar who is a Data Scientist at Thomson Reuters Labs.

At Thomson Reuters Labs, we drive innovation through data science and visualisation using novel approaches to create solutions that help our customers — all the while harnessing the power of… 895 more words

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Grosvenor property fund reports huge drop in return for London property

See the article here.

What sort of drop? 10.7% to 0.3% (yes, you read that right, 0.3%). How is the Grosvenor property fund still in business? 211 more words

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