Annual house price growth in Q1 of 2019 stood at just 0.4%. Behind the headline figure were sharp regional differences.
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.
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.
UK house price growth remained subdued in February as Brexit continues to weigh on the market.
P2P platforms allow investors to target solid returns without the roller-coaster volatility of the stockmarket, argues Roxana Mohammadian-Molina.
Commercial property is a bellwether for the wider economy – and Brexit means investors will need to tread carefully.
Sales are expected to slump in the months leading up to Brexit, according to surveyors.
Despite the strong quarterly growth figures for regions outside the south east, huge price differentials remain.
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