Property

Open-ended property funds hit sellers in the pocket amid Brexit concerns

BMO UK Property has become the latest open-ended property fund to switch its pricing, handing investors a 6.4% loss.

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Five themes reshaping the property landscape

Five investors discuss how long-term trends, from the thriving life sciences sector to flexible office space, are impacting on the real estate sector.

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Where next for house prices?

The housing market and the golden era of buy-to-let bounty have stalled, and homeowners face the prospect of Brexit and a possible Corbyn government. Is the door closing on the property trove?

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Ask Money: will my idea for passing on a buy-to-let flat work?

Patrick Connolly at Chase de Vere helps a reader with a question about passing on a property.

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Over half of Help to Buy users could have bought a home without help

National Audit Office report has revealed that more than half the people using the government's Help to Buy initiative would have been able to purchase a home without the scheme's help.

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Brexit continues to weigh on London house prices

Property prices in London remained stagnant, while regional prices continue to bounce back. 

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Brexit-weary London drags down UK house price growth

Annual house price growth in Q1 of 2019 stood at just 0.4%. Behind the headline figure were sharp regional differences.

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How will P2P fare during a downturn?

A downturn will cause a shake-out of the poorest peer-to-peer lenders, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing, argues Iain Niblock.

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Why investors should be wary of open-ended property funds  

Open-ended property funds have barred investors from accessing their cash in the past and will likely do so again in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

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