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The number of build-to-rent (BTR) homes under construction or in planning is more than four times the total that have so far been built - showing how rapidly the sector is growing.
After a tough 2016, house prices in prime central London are forecast to grow by 10.3% over the next five years, according to Cluttons’ residential market outlook report.
Research produced exclusively for Property Week has revealed the areas of the country that have seen the highest levels of housebuilding since 2011 - as well as the areas that are least affordable for first-time buyers.
After a tumultuous 2016, the coming year is expected to be a tough one for the UK property market. Returns are forecast to be flat or marginally positive as capital values continue to drift down.
The UK property market in 2016 was dominated by one event – the EU referendum. The most dramatic repercussions came in the hours and days after the vote. The UK Real Estate Index plunged 22% in just two days and companies with a strong bias to the London office market saw their share prices fall further still.
New research from consultancy Cast has shone a light on the commercial impact of including amenities such as gyms, lounges and swimming pools in residential properties built for rent.
Last year was a tough one for housebuilders. The Brexit vote sent the share prices of the big listed companies tumbling, and many held off on land acquisitions because of the market uncertainty, particularly in central London.