"Improving the connectivity between these two famous university cities will unlock the potential for growth in the future"
"One of the greatest opportunities for economic growth in Europe?"
"Values in the prime London’s outer commuter zone have risen for the first time in more than two years, despite ongoing price sensitivity."
"Across the Midlands and North of England, the key fundamentals of attainability, quality of life, good schools, transport connections to London and economic growth will drive local markets."
"Supply in Edinburgh has been more consistent in 2019, maintaining prime transactional growth. But prices will have to be set appropriately to attract viewers and progress sales"
"Jersey saw continued growth in 2018, while transaction levels in Guernsey reached their highest levels since 2011"
"Regional Build to Rent delivery on par with London for first time"
"Changes to Help to Buy from 2021"
"Paris’s prime market records its best performance since 2011 ● Average price of Paris residential property stands at €9,300psm● Prime Paris prices increased by 3.5% in year to June 2018● International buyers now account for 16% of the prime market, up from 9% in 2016"
"With a transaction volume of €2.6bn, the third quarter yielded the lowest level of investment of any quarter in the current year. Investment during the first nine months of 2018 totalled almost €11.3bn, representing an increase of 8% compared with the corresponding period last year. The increase in the transaction volume is (still), to a large extent, attributable to price rather than volume. The average price per apartment in the A-cities has even exceeded the €200,000 mark for the first time. This recordhigh price is largely attributable to the fact that development acquisitions have accounted for more than a third of the overall transaction volume in the A-cities during the year to date.A separate analysis of purchases of developments and existing property reveals that prices in both segments have only increased marginally, i.e. by less than 5% compared with last year."