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    Pervaiz Naviede Family Trust Launches £100m Property Fund
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    Posted on: March 10, 2015

    Following the £58 million sale of its residential property portfolio to Grainger PLC, The Pervaiz Naviede Family Trust is turning its attention towards premium real estate in the UK. The Trust made the announcement on the new fund this month on the first stage of its plan to diversify its portfolio. While the sale of […]

    Do Ex Council Houses Make Good Investments?
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    Posted on: March 4, 2015

    Like them or not council houses are no longer seen as the poor person’s option as the shortage of properties in some areas of the UK means that they are in big demand particularly in London. Home ownership for many in the last century was a distant dream. A council house or flat was often […]

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    Will Manchester Devolution Close North South Property Market Divide?
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    Posted on: February 26, 2015

    Sir Richard Leese recently revealed plans to raise the bar for property developers with proposals for the future design and planning of housing in Manchester. This is just one potential impact, devolution is expected to have on the city over the next two years. Landlords in Manchester will be watching developments with interest as devolution […]

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    Parents Help To Save Students From High Rents
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    Posted on: February 20, 2015

    A growing number of parents are buying up property to provide somewhere to live for their children and save them from fast rising rents. Parents – many of whom, will have benefited from the surge in UK property prices during the 1990s and 2000s – are spending their cash on property for their children to […]

  • Election Worries Crush Prime Central London Demand
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    Posted on: February 18, 2015

    Estate agents are reporting a worrying drop in demand for prime central London property in election year as worries about the policies of the main political parties are revealed. Political uncertainty is known to have a dampening affect on property. Only last year, Scotland saw growth stall in its property market with the electorate virtually […]

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    50 Shades Of Property Advertising
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    Posted on: February 11, 2015

    What were they thinking? Is probably a familiar question asked by estate agents all over the UK confronted with pictures of naked occupants hanging on the walls of houses they hope to sell and other bizarre ‘decorative features’. A recent survey by property agents Move With Us has uncovered all kinds romantic activity happening in […]

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    Pervaiz Naviede Family Trust Announces Sale Of £58M Portfolio Grainger PLC
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    Posted on: February 5, 2015

    In one of the biggest property deals of the year so far, the Pervaiz Naviede Family Trust has just announced the sale of its substantial residential property portfolio to asset managers Grainger PLC, a firm which operates in the UK and Germany and already has more than 20,000 properties under its management. According to a […]

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    Rents Rise £1,000 A Year In Wales And Yorkshire
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    Posted on: January 21, 2015

    Landlords in Wales and Yorkshire will be experiencing a cash windfall with the latest figures from property services company, Move With Us, suggesting that rents have risen by £1,000 a year on average. While landlords will be raking in an extra £1,000 over the course of 12 months, tenants will find themselves significantly worse off. […]

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    Will 2015 Be The Year When The North Catches Up?
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    Posted on: January 19, 2015

    The North of England has been particularly slow to catch up with property price growth in the rest of the UK, but there is hope on the Horizon for 2015 according to The economy is growing, fuel prices have fallen to levels last seen six years ago. The feelgood factor is returning in early […]