Monthly Property Update: October
As we enter Q4, we examine how UK property is continuing its extraordinary rise, what local lockdowns might mean for the future and an update on Birmingham’s Commonwealth Games efforts.
UK Property Still Breaking Records – October 2020 Property Roundup
UK Market Maintains Surprise Momentum – September 2020 Roundup
UK Property Market Forecasts Still Positive Over Long Term
UK Cities Return to Pre-Crisis Levels – February 2020 Roundup
Rental Price Growth Hits New High – January 2020 Roundup
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UK Property Hits Extraordinary Levels
Following on from the unexpected mini-boom currently occurring across the UK property sector, Rightmove has announced ‘extraordinary’ activity during the last month.
Property Transactions Reach New High
After a record-breaking period post-lockdown, transactional activity continues to rise above previous records.
The number of active buyers contacting estate agents was up 66% on last year, showing clear signs of demand that isn’t set to stop.
Local Lockdowns Exposing ‘Unstable Foundations’?
Despite high-flying price rises, experts believe that the stamp duty holiday ending in March and rising unemployment means this growth is built on ‘unstable foundations’.
Birmingham Announces Commonwealth Games Transport Plan
Alongside the introduction of the ‘Birmingham Transport Plan 2031’, Birmingham has also announced a separate ‘Games Transport Plan’ ahead of the 2022 Games.
- UK Property Hits Extraordinary Levels
- Property Transactions Reach New High
- Local Lockdowns Exposing ‘Unstable Foundations’?
- Birmingham Announces Commonwealth Games Transport Plan