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London house prices are set to rise by 34.8% during the next five years, compared with 17% across the country.
Prime residential rents around the world rose on average by 2.3% in the second quarter of the year, the strongest rate of growth since 2010.
According to researched published by Mill Group, investors are channelling more money into residential investment, despite concerns that the government’s Help to Buy scheme could fuel a housing bubble in the UK.
August’s 1.8% (-£4,459) drop in new sellers’ asking prices is the first monthly fall recorded in 2013, though the recovering market means the traditional holiday season price dip is less pronounced than usual.
Prime Central London residential values surge
Following two consecutive monthly falls in the price of property coming to market, October saw a rebound of +2.8% (+£6,923).
According to researched published by Mill Group, investors are channelling more money into residential investment, despite concerns that the
Rental value growth across the capital eased to 0% during Q3, following a marginal increase of 0.10% during the second quarter. This leaves rents -0.5% down on this time last year, further perpetuating the rental value growth plateau that began almost a year ago.
The average price of luxury homes in the world’s key cities increased by 2.4% in the second quarter of 2013, a marked improvement on the 0.4% fall recorded in the first three months of the year. Kate Everett-Allen examines what’s behind the index’s recovery.
The cost of buying: a comparison of the fees and costs associated with buying and living in a new-build prime residential property around the world