Golden Venn's quarterly newsletter provides an update on the London property market and insights on selected global destinations.
Autumn 2014 Quarterly Market Report
- Prime central London prices rose 7.4% in September – lowest annual rise since January 2014.
- Prime central London rental rates rose 0.2% in September – seventh consecutive rise in as many months.
- Prime central London rental yields rose to 2.84% in September – highest increase in over three years.
- Three-quarters of London's £2m+ properties affected by 'Mansion Tax' would be flats and terraced houses.
- Lower than expected increases in inflation will encourage Bank of England to delay a rise in interest rates till 2015.
Market ReportLondon House Prices – According to the Land Registry's House Price Index (HPI) for September 2014, which captures actual changes in the value of residential...
The Rental MarketAccording to LSL Property Services' Buy-to-Let Index, although the annual growth in rental rates in England and Wales declined to 1.5% in September, compared to...
Fiscal & Regulatory OutlookThere have been a number of changes to the UK tax regime over the past couple of years, with some more taking effect over the...
Development in Focus: Embassy GardensEmbassy Gardens is a new riverside development adjacent to the new US embassy and the centrepiece of the new quarter of Nine Elms on the...
Area in Focus: Nine Elms – Central London’s Newest LocationFor a 100 years, the South Bank was the capital’s central industrial district, dominated by river trade and more recently by Bankside and Battersea Power...
The GV PerspectiveThe current climate in the UK and London is one of uncertainty, driven by a number of factors. A rise in interest rates has been...
Quarterly TipKYS – Know Your Seller: Knowing the circumstances of the seller is vital in negotiating the price. If, for example, the seller is a developer...
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