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Prime Housing Markets For Property Development Outside Of London

Despite London offering a prime market for key property developers across the UK and internationally, the reformed stamp duty announced by former chancellor George Osborne in 2014 saw a hike

How Peer-To-Peer Lending Is Growing The Property Development Sector

Since the 2008 financial recession, the restrictions that mainstream financial institutions are putting on their loans and their potential successful applicants are growing. As a result, property developers are searching

Property Development Finance – The Healthy New Towns Initiative

Property development finance is an increasingly flexible option for many property developers looking to fund a variety of commercial or residential properties. With the increasingly aging population in the UK,

Legal Implications Of Purchasing Property BMV

The Below Market Value property industry emerged during a property boom – a result of big companies taking advantage of the large profit margins that came with purchasing property at

Housing Market Analysis – May 2017

The evidence is building to show that the rapid house price rises of late, are starting to slow down. It has been reported that the average house price decreased by

General Election – Impact on Investors and Developers

Surprising the country and the markets, Theresa May has done what she expressley said she would not do, and led the country to a General Election, scheduled for 8th June.

Brexit and the Housing Market

Theresa May triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty last week, opening negotiations between Britain and the European Union with a view to Britain's leaving by March 2019. The issue

An Uncertain Budget for Bridging Loans and Property

Towards the start of Wednesday’s Budget – his first, the first to be delivered after the referendum and the last to be delivered in the Spring – Philip Hammond recalled

Business Rates and the Effect on the Property Market – Budget Update

On the 8th of March, Chancellor Philip Hammond will deliver his first Budget. He had hoped, with Brexit dominating Westminster, that it would be a  'low key' occasion. However, a

Brexit and the Property Market – Pre Article 50 Analysis

With a comfortable majority for their bill in the House of Commons, it now looks as if the British Government’s ambition of triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty by