The issues covered are as varied as the subject matter, while always seeking to lead market opinion and occasionally contribute to the debate on this most important of markets.
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If a single word represented the 2011 Budget speech it was austerity; in 2012 it was about fairness. Next year, especially in the housing market, the focus will be all about delivery.Download PDF Report
Annual Charge and Capital Gains Tax Consultation: Market Lessons.Download PDF Report
Twelve months ago, Hamptons International launched a dedicated Equestrian Properties Department, leveraging over 140 years of advising homeowners on some of the best equine properties in the UK ...Download PDF Report
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Hamptons International/ Primelocation.com Quarterly Price Index, Q1 2012
The Prime Central London housing market continued to outperform in the third quarter and is now likely to finish the year up 13 percent from January.
Equestrian PropertiesLike bluebell woodlands and rolling fields broken by ancient hedgerows, a paddock of horses (or even a single horse) is a quintessential element in the English countryside. The desire to own and be a part of this rich British tradition is insatiable and has ...Download PDF Report
A State of Cautious OptimismThe UK housing market was a tale of two halves in 2010. Early growth, continuing from 2009, gave way postelection to a period of uncertainty and stagnation through the middle of the year. Download PDF Report
A Market Unto ItselfRhetoric about the North/ South divide in house prices becomes most polarised in Prime Central London. The economic malaise that has gripped the UK housing market has had very little material impact on Prime prices.Download PDF Report
IntroductionThe smart money has found prime markets a safe bet in the downturn. It has been rewarded with price growth of 19 percent since May 2009. Download PDF Report
North/ South Divide to WidenThe North/ South divide is not a new phenomenon. The economy in London and the South East has consistently outpaced the rest of the country since 2003.Download PDF Report