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  • In Q4 2023, there was a rise in office investment volumes in all UK markets, while logistics leasing take-up significantly increased compared to the previous quarter. To explore the findings across the office, retail, logistics, and residential sectors, read the full report.

  • There was a strong rebound in overall residential investment in 2023 Q4. This was primarily driven by investments in the Single-Family Build-to-Rent market, but the continued demand for Purpose-Built Student Accommodation resulted in investment levels nearly four times higher than in Q3. Explore a detailed analysis of investments across residential sub-sectors in the full report.

  • There was an increase in investment into the UK real estate market in Q4 compared with the previous quarter. The residential sector attracted the highest investment volumes during this period, and the highest overall investment for the year. Gain insights into the investment trends across key sectors in our full analysis.

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    In 2024 the UK will go to polls, it is generally assumed an election will cause market uncertainty, potentially influencing real estate decisions whilst navigating the evolving political landscape. However, our research highlights the resilience of the property market when faced with elections; the upcoming general election in 2024 may even lead to market improvements, creating opportunities for investors. Read our viewpoint to find out more.

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    UK Residential Forecasts Q4 2023


    The new UK Residential Forecasts report from CBRE provides an overview of our house view for the sector, including forecasts for house prices, sales volumes, new build sales, and private rented sector rents.

    Our latest forecasts indicate:

    House prices are anticipated to fall marginally by 0.9% in 2024
    Sales volumes are expected to remain consistent with 2023, but new-build sales in London are likely to rebound faster
    Rents are forecast to grow by a further 5.1% in 2024

    Explore our findings in the full report.

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    European Residential Regulatory Tool


    The tool allows you to compare Residential regulations between countries, find details on taxes, rent indexation, rent price regulation, lease regulation, legal dynamics, social governance and zoning.

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    UK Real Estate Market Outlook 2024


    2023 has been a challenging year for real estate due to persistent inflation and a 15-year high in interest rates, both of which negatively impacted economic growth.

  • CBRE's Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) Index tracks the performance of investor-owned, professionally managed student accommodation assets in the UK. Total returns of 7.7% in the year to September 2023 were driven primarily by strong income growth in the sector. Explore more in the full report.

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    UK Residential Market Trends Q4 2023


    CBRE’s Q4 2023 UK Residential Market Trends explores the latest developments in the sales and rental market. Activity in the sales market remains subdued. At the headline level, house prices were broadly stable, but performance differs across the country with several regions recording house price falls. In contrast, private rental prices have continued to rise amidst low supply and elevated tenant demand. Explore our full analysis for more.

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    With a shortfall of 90,000 homes over the last decade, CBRE’s latest report explores the opportunities and challenges of office-to-residential conversions to help boost housing supply in London. Read the report for our full findings.

  • CBRE's report provides an overview of the latest trends in London’s new build Residential market. Prime Central London sales have been robust in H1 2023, but construction volume continues to shrink, and overseas buyers are making up a greater proportion of new build sales following the removal of Help-to-Buy. Explore our full findings in the report.

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    Being a residential landlord has become increasingly difficult in recent years. First, the additional rate of stamp duty for second properties was introduced in 2016. This was followed by the phasing out of mortgage interest relief between 2017/18 and 2020/21.