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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.
Luton has been ranked as the top place to invest in buy-to-let property in LendInvest’s quarterly index.
The number of residential property transactions over £40,000 increased by 1% in October, according to the last HMRC statistics before the Autumn Statement.
The UK may have a rapidly aging population, but retirement housing accounts for just 0.6% of all UK housing stock – a figure that underlines the vast gulf between supply and demand in housing for older people.
Care provider HC-One has completed the acquisition of Helen McArdle, the largest independent care home operator in the North East of England.