LonRes Residential Review Autumn 2017

6 November 2017

What happened to the London, country and new build markets in Q3 2017? Delve into the data and analysis in our Autumn issue of the Residential Review. We also look at stamp duty land tax, a key issue impacting the market. Can we learn something from models deployed by Singapore or Norway? 

Q3 2017 - in the issue:

What proportion of homes are selling for over £1 million? We map the results against the average £ per sqft.

Activity levels in London's prime markets stabilises in Q3 and even starts to increase in some areas. We also look at who's buying and at what price.  

LonRes data reports a yearly increase in the number of properties let, but what price are they achieving?

As stamp duty land tax (SDLT) continues to impact the property market, we investigate alternative models operating in Singapore and Norway.

What percentage of vendors are looking to leave London and where are they moving to? Our agents report.

We look at Help to Buy schemes and buyer types. LonRes agents also reveal the proportion of their applicants considering new build. 

We update you on what LonRes is doing to ensure subscribers are kept up-to-date with the latest compliance issues as part of our ResCheck service.

For a quick update on key trends from Q3 2017, watch our sales and lettings Lowdowns >

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