The prospects for the residential property market depend very much upon geographical location, with the UK market becoming increasingly fragmented and influenced by numerous factors such as location, price, type of asset and even tenure. In London and the South East a shortage of new homes supply has contributed to apparent overpricing, while in the northern half of the country a lack of house price growth has caused acute stagnation and in certain areas prices remain as much as 22% below the peak prices achieved in 2007. Read more...

SOURCE: Cushman & Wakefield Research