Friday News #0135 – North-South House Price Disparity Predicted To ‘dramatically’ Narrow

Several areas across the UK are predicted to outshine the rest of the country in terms of price growth over the coming years. Investors should be aware of the disparity in predictions and seek opportunities that have both solid foundations and excellent forecasts.

To learn more about the most exciting opportunities available to investors in these final few weeks of 2021, please do get in touch.

Here’s what we’ve seen in the news this week:

North-South House Price Disparity Predicted To ‘dramatically’ Narrow: Following years of lagging behind the south, house prices in the north are now rising faster than any other part of the country with Liverpool, in particular, proving to be a property market’s hottest region. Read more.

The City Where House Prices Will Rise At The Fastest Rate In The Country: Homeowners in Birmingham will see the highest house price growth in the country over the next five years, while the rest of the market cools, new research shows. Home values in the West Midlands city will jump by 6pc in 2022 and will rise by an average of 4.9pc every year from now until 2026, according to forecasts from JLL property consultants. Read more. 

Interest Rate Hike Won’t Hurt Housing Market, Lenders Claim: Figures from the Building Societies Association show continued momentum in the housing market, with gross lending by building societies up 22 per cent in the third quarter of this year, compared to the same period in 2020. Read more. 

How To Stay in The UAE For More Than 90 Days: With several different visas available to those hoping to stay in Dubai for an extended period of time we have highlighted the options available and how they are structured in our latest blog. Read more.

Why Is the UK An Attractive Place to Invest? Whether you live in the UK or are based overseas, the UK presents considerable opportunity to investors – we explore the many reasons why the UK is an attractive place to live in our blog. Read more.