London Residential Research
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Our Global Live-Work-Shop Survey finds that the majority, 74%, of hybrid workers in the UK would prefer to live within a 30-minute commute of their workplace.
CBRE Research surveyed over 2,000 private renters across the UK to learn more about their priorities.
New research from Global real estate advisor, CBRE, shows record breaking number of applicants for London residential lettings, showing a 300% increase in August 2021 compared to August 2020. Luke Mills, Managing Director, CBRE Residential and Mike Knowles, Lettings Director, CBRE Residential, discuss what is happening in the lettings market in our latest 13 min video.
We’ve gathered together market leading experts to discuss how affordable housing distinguishes itself from finance to delivery.
What do the proposed EPC regulations mean for the residential rental market? By 2028, all domestic properties in the private rented sector (PRS) in England and Wales could require an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of C or above.
We’ve gathered together market leading experts from CBRE and Streetsense.
During this report we take a look at how new homes offer the potential to save households on costs. Focusing on two key benefits, energy efficiency and future-proofed against upcoming Net Zero Government Legislations.
One of the biggest factors for couples and young families when choosing a new home is the quality of nearby schools. Across the entire 33 boroughs of London there are currently 3,118 primary schools. In total 658 of these schools, equating to 21%, have been rated ‘outstanding’.
Zone two is starting to spark interest as buyers realise the potential for growth, but which Zone 2 underground stations will give you the best bang for your buck?
The property market in outer London has heated up over the last year, with average growth of 16% in 2014, according to our recent Borough by Borough report. Despite these increases, you will find many areas around the 93 tube stations in Zone 3 still have a relatively affordable housing market.
Zone 4 - It’s basically like living in the country isn’t it? A long old commute to work, but without the benefit of the actual countryside? Well would it surprise you to know that the average travel time into the centre of town from Zone 4 was 33 minutes?
Outer London is starting to experience a resurgence in popularity as more people head to Zone 5 for cheaper homes with reasonable commutes.