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East London boroughs top table of rental increases

East London boroughs top table of rental increases

Press Releases   •   Aug 14, 2012 17:35 BST

Newham has shown the largest increase in average rents across all London boroughs over the last year, new research from CBRE has revealed. Rents in Newham rose by 39 per cent to nearly £1,700 per month. The borough came ahead of the City of London, which recorded strong growth of nearly 32 per cent, partly reflecting a small number of exclusive new penthouses, which raised the overall average.

Student housing attracts £800m of investment in h1 2012

Student housing attracts £800m of investment in h1 2012

Press Releases   •   Aug 06, 2012 11:29 BST

Insurance companies attracted to lending market by low risk income streams Nearly £800m was invested in student housing in the first half of 2012, new research from CBRE has revealed. This is more than double the £375m invested over the same period last year, demonstrating the strength of the demand for this niche sector of the real estate market.

Shortfall of new homes underpins London house prices

Shortfall of new homes underpins London house prices

Press Releases   •   Aug 02, 2012 12:13 BST

Over the last decade London’s population has grown by 850,000 whilst only 197,000 new homes have been built over the same period, CBRE revealed in its latest residential report. London is therefore bucking the UK house price trend, but the dramatic increase in house prices is partly due to this significant supply and demand imbalance as well as continued strong interest from overseas investors.

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Regional office take-up buoyed by corporate requirements

Press Releases   •   Jul 10, 2012 10:40 BST

Tenant demand for office space from professional and financial services occupiers is showing signs of growth across UK regional cities, according to CBRE.

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Student housing emerges a winner in an era of poor returns

Despite the prospect of higher tuition fees, the UK Higher Education system remains hevily oversubscribed and new development of halls has not kept pace with the growth in students. There is still headroom in the student housing market nationally, especially in London, although we expect to see some localised reductions in student numbers in some towns.

Residential market trends

Residential market trends

Documents   •   Aug 02, 2012 11:59 BST

Residential market trends

Residential market trends

Documents   •   Jun 28, 2012 10:43 BST

Why London still packs a superprime punch

Why London still packs a superprime punch

Documents   •   Jun 20, 2012 11:11 BST

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