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Will Leyland, 18 June 2021

Build to rent is dominating cities

The UK market is going through something of a golden age recently, with demand, prices and yields all soaring along with the temperature across the country.

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Callum Ward, 11 June 2021

Market Overview: Hotspots, House Prices and more

There is a genuinely positive consensus surrounding the UK economy at the moment, probably the most positive it’s been since pre-pandemic times, so we thought we’d take a look at some of the week’s highlights!

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Why Capital Gains Tax means property should be long term

Will Leyland, 26 May 2021

It’s hard to imagine that too many people, certainly in this age, are attempting to make short term gains from property, however, given how rapidly prices are growing in the market right now, it’s easy to see how this could become more frequent.

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The new Planning Bill and what it will mean for the UK property market

Anna Bibby, 19 May 2021

On the 11th of May, the new planning bill was announced during the latest Queen's speech which will completely reform the UK's planning laws

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Property investment in 2030

Will Leyland, 13 May 2021

What will the property investment landscape look like by the time 2030 rolls around?

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Build to rent is dominating cities

Will Leyland, 18 June 2021

The UK market is going through something of a golden age recently, with demand, prices and yields all soaring along with the temperature across the country.

Read more...

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Market Overview: Hotspots, House Prices and more

Callum Ward, 11 June 2021

There is a genuinely positive consensus surrounding the UK economy at the moment, probably the most positive it’s been since pre-pandemic times, so we thought we’d take a look at some of the week’s highlights!

Read more...

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The best cities to invest in property

Will Leyland, 03 June 2021

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Why Capital Gains Tax means property should be long term

Will Leyland, 26 May 2021

It’s hard to imagine that too many people, certainly in this age, are attempting to make short term gains from property, however, given how rapidly prices are growing in the market right now, it’s easy to see how this could become more frequent.

Read more...

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