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Employment in the technology sector is set to rise across the UK regional cities by 16% over the next ten years, says leading real estate adviser, Knight Frank.
December is notorious for usually being one of the slower months when it comes to recruitment, but this year seems to have taken a turn with our clients recruiting more than usual.
As you will be well aware, the UK property market has continued to face significant headwinds over the past couple of years, which has subdued house price growth (including negative growth in certain parts of the UK, notably London and parts of the South East) and has resulted in fewer property transactions.
You need to know how much you’ll get back, based on what you’re having to put in. And this quick guide can help you decide what rent to set, and how to calculate your return on investment.
Construction is experiencing
The answer to this question is: most definitely. Facilities Managers should always
We are delighted to announce record figures for November 2019 – having lent over £100m through the month, with strong performance from all product lines including bridging, development finance, Second Charge mortgages and specialist Buy-to-Let (BTL) mortgages.
Despite what some commentators are describing as a flat economic and mortgage market, many of you across the country are still finding ways to purchase your dream home. Whether you’re a first-time buyer, home mover or buy-to-let investor, now may actually be a great time to consider your options.
Propertymark has analysed its lettings and sales data to reveal trends from the year. The private rented sector has seen sharp rent increases due to the tenant fees ban, an outflow of landlords from the market, and Brexit uncertainty.
With the unpredictability of the current business climate (due in no small part to the unchartered waters of Brexit ahead), flexibility has understandably become a watchword for many organisations. The advantage of flexibility in these ever-changing times is clear: with agility comes the ability to change in response to external influences, which are now especially difficult to forecast.