The UK Property Market in Late 2021: The Storm Before The Quiet
17/09/2021 by Katy Billany

The UK Property Market in Late 2021: The Storm Before The Quiet

We recently discussed the possibility of September 2021 seeing the highest volume of UK property transactions ever. But after this storm, what comes next? What do the initial trends show us about the UK property market for the rest of 2021, and even into..
Is September 2021 the Highest Volume of UK Property Transactions Ever?
13/09/2021 by Katy Billany

Is September 2021 the Highest Volume of UK Property Transactions Ever?

If things continue as they are, we’d expect September’s property transaction volume to climb to heights that we’ve never seen before in the UK. But is this likely to happen? What does the forecast suggest, and what factors are at play in the answers to..
The UK’s 1 Million Pound Properties
26/08/2021 by Katy Billany

The UK’s 1 Million Pound Properties

80% of the UK’s millionaires made their money through property. That’s quite a statistic! As property prices rise in the UK, properties with a value of 1 million or over are increasingly owned by more ‘ordinary’ people. We take a deeper look into the..
The Demand and Supply Paradox in the UK Property Market
20/08/2021 by Katy Billany

The Demand and Supply Paradox in the UK Property Market

One Month on from Stamp Duty Holiday End One month on from the changes to Stamp Duty relief, we wanted to assess what happened in the property market during July 2021.
The Stamp Duty Holiday Effect and Aftermath
28/07/2021 by Katy Billany

The Stamp Duty Holiday Effect and Aftermath

  June 2021 was likely the busiest month most estate agents, conveyancers, mortgage providers and removal firms have ever seen. Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) rates were at nil for properties up to £500,000 until the end of June, causing a clamor for..
Property Prices for First-Time Buyers in 2021 and its Implications
21/07/2021 by Katy Billany

Property Prices for First-Time Buyers in 2021 and its Implications

Average house prices for first time buyers have risen by 3.5% a year over the last five years. With prices increasing at these rates, we wanted to take a look at what this means for first time buyers. What does it take to get on to the property ladder in..