Thoughts from our Property Gurus

Average sold prices drop

Average sold prices drop

by Adrian Black, Thursday 18 December 2014

Average sold prices have been dropping in our London areas since peaking in July (see the graphic below, the data is ...

West Prime Central London Property Market Is Categorising

West Prime Central London Property Market Is Categorising

by Adrian Black, Thursday 11 December 2014

West prime central London property market is categorising - as we predicted in the 2014 Q3 issue of YOUIQ. Read the f...

Autumn Statement - more tax on London property

Autumn Statement - more tax on London property

by Adrian Black, Thursday 04 December 2014

As we predicted the tax take rates on London property is increasing and I also expect it will increase further - also...

Understanding the value of stock

Understanding the value of stock

by Adrian Black, Thursday 27 November 2014

If the value of housing stock has soared by £630bn in a year and new build is still very modest then there has to be ...

UKIP, uncertainty and the flight to quality

UKIP, uncertainty and the flight to quality

by Adrian Black, Thursday 20 November 2014

Political uncertainty will increase this week – UKIP are roughly 50 to 1 on to win the Rochester by-election.  The Co...

What is going to happen in the next 6 months in the west prime central London property market?

What is going to happen in the next 6 months in the west prime central London property market?

by Adrian Black, Thursday 13 November 2014

To consider this we must first look at the main background influences. Firstly, political sentiment will be volati...

£ per square foot and sold price highlights

£ per square foot and sold price highlights

by Adrian Black, Monday 20 October 2014

We have added our latest upload in www.youeye.co.uk, your property research tool. Highlight sales include: 1) A...

Government borrows £11.6bn in August

Government borrows £11.6bn in August

by Adrian Black, Wednesday 24 September 2014

Good growth but high government borrowing means new ways required to raise more tax. Government borrowed £45.5bn f...

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