General Election: Property Reflection

The clear Conservative victory in yesterday’s election demonstrates the UK’s desire to move the UK forward. Overnight, as the predicted Conservative majority fast became reality, the pound surged against the dollar to a 19-month high, offering a further boost to the prospects of a Boris Britain. Should Boris stay true […]

What does the Budget mean for property?

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has delivered his first and last Spring Budget. If you’re a landlord, a homeowner, you’re saving to get on the property ladder, or you’re renting in London, read Portico London estate agent’s summary of how the Budget will affect you… I’m a landlord […]

What Could the Article 50 Ruling Mean for Property?

The courts have rejected the government’s appeal and ruled that parliament must give approval before Article 50 can be triggered. Considering that the invoking of Article 50 is expected to be the biggest single event impacting the UK economy this year, it is only reasonable to wonder what the consequences […]

Brexit a Concern for EU Property Sector

Recent research has shown that the UK’s upcoming exit from the European Union is causing no small amount of concern in the European property sector. The Emerging Trends Europe report shows an overall downbeat sentiment towards Brexit and its impact on property, although it also shows that some within the […]