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Brexit

A catchy new word that many thought would be trending today, forgotten tomorrow. My goodness, how wrong we were.

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Will resi rise?

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Property investment doesn’t appear to be the safe house that it used to be, says Andrea Kirkby, but is it still a better bet than other options?

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Regional report

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Each month we visit three agents across the country to discover what is happening in their businesses and local markets. This month we meet members of The Guild of Professional Estate Agents…

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The ticking timebomb

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What’s next for the buy-to-let market? London landlords are playing a high-risk game that will undoubtedly leave casualties.

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BREXIT – the die is cast…

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…the chips are down, but, after the initial chaos, where do we go from here? Andrea Kirkby asks, “Are the property markets in peril?”

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No use empty

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Everyone is crying out about the housing crisis but we have 610,000 empty homes that are no use to anyone, says Steve Grimshaw, Project Manager for No Use Empty.

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Regional report

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Each month we visit three agents across the country to discover what is happening in their businesses and local markets. This month we meet members of The Guild of Professional Estate Agents…

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London’s empty homes

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Understanding why so many homes in London are unused could, says Adam Walker, lead to positive change in the national market. The market may take a dip but that may be no…

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Promises and projections

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Boris is gone and the new Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has some very different housing policies. Andrea Kirkby discusses the likelihood of him succeeding where others have failed.

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