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Local Market Analysis Insights

Demand remains robust as house price growth moderates in Edinburgh
Price growth in the buoyant Edinburgh market has moderated as some potential buyers and vendors tread water awaiting political clarity.
Country Houses: Signs of pent-up demand in prime regional markets
Prime market performance remains tied to the political and economic outlook, but a current imbalance between supply and pent-up demand could lead to a pick-up in activity once political uncertainty is resolved.
London leavers reach new high
New figures from the Office for National Statistics track where Londoners moved within the UK in 2018.
Is housing delivery faltering in London?
We have seen the number of net additional dwellings added to London’s housing stock fall 13% in 2017/18 and the number of units that started construction in 2018 fall from the 2015 peak. Patrick Gower presents some reasons for the decline.  
Where would you relocate?
When deciding to relocate, modern leaders must weigh up their employees’ needs alongside those of the company and clients. Knight Frank Research analyses which M25 and South East towns excel in a range of measures spanning lifestyle, internet connectivity, housing affordability and prospects for economic growth.
Higher-value rental markets in London strengthen
Overall rents in prime central London were unchanged on a quarterly basis and down just 0.2% year on year, according to the May 2019 Prime London Index.
Pent-up demand continues to build in prime London sales markets
While political uncertainty remains, there are signs pent-up demand is now being released in prime London markets. This is taking place initially in higher-value markets, where demand is subject to a wider and more complex set of factors, including wealth flow patterns and currency movements
The UK housing market in five charts
Average annual UK house price growth slowed to 0.6% in May, from 0.9% a month earlier. According to Nationwide, the average price of a home is now £214,946.
The Birmingham Report: Birmingham residential & commercial property predictions for 2018
Mark Evans, Partner and Head of Regional Residential Development and Ashley Hudson, Partner and Head of Birmingham Commercial, review Birmingham's residential & commercial property markets' past performance and give predictions for 2018.