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By 2019 there will be no London postcodes where a one bed flat averages less than £200,000

Latest residential research by JLL reveals that at the end of 2016, only 12% of London postcodes had an average of less than £200,000 for a one bed flat. But if current price growth trends continue, within 3 years there will be no postcodes left in the Capital with typical first time buyer properties averaging below £200,000.


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The mood in the Central London Development market brightens as prices stabilise in Q4

The mood in the Central London development market has brightened during late 2016 and early 2017. However, the market remains subdued relative to the past five years with development activity slowing in response to a more challenging sales market say JLL in latest Central London residential market update.

Eggcellent Easter for beneficiaries of JLL’s giant competition eggs

JLL Residential Estate Agency's Easter eggs competition has raised over £740.00 for Crisis. JLL's offices across the UK raffled 10kg Belgian chocolate eggs, donating to Crisis for each entry received. Not only that, but several of the prize winners kindly donated their chocolate eggs to local hospitals and churches, spreading the community spirit over Easter.

JLL Residential advises on landmark Central London land sale

JLL Residential has advised CLS Holdings on the disposal of Vauxhall Square to leading Chinese property developer R&F Properties for a headline price of £157.77m. The 3.4 acre site is located in the largest regeneration area in central London.

JLL responds to Prime Minister’s announcement on Article 50 being triggered

Commenting on the Prime Minister’s triggering of Article 50, JLL UK CEO Chris Ireland said: "The Prime Minister’s desire to form a deep and special partnership with the EU and her focus on driving a bold free trade agreement is of course to be welcomed. However, this could be a long and winding negotiation period for the property industry and wider businesses."

Sales and Lettings Market Overview, March 2017

Following the referendum there was concern that some corporations may transfer away from London to other major European cities, but we were able to put investors' minds at rest and confirm that at JLL we agreed more Lettings in Q3 & Q4 than in the first two quarters of the 2016. However, continuing uncertainty surrounding Brexit and the triggering of Article 50 has had a noticeable effect on the lettings market as some firms put relocations on hold while they assess their options.

City centre homes in Manchester selling 70% quicker

Residential properties in Manchester City Centre are selling an average of 70% quicker than in 2016, due to rising numbers of first-time buyers and investors, according to leading property agent JLL.

One year to go until Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards come in to force

From 1st April 2018 it will be a requirement for any residential rental property to have a minimum energy performance rating of E on an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). JLL can help ensure landlords are compliant with the new legislation, assess any potential risk across portfolios and project manage a refurbishment plan for any improvements required.

JLL acquires German Real Estate Company, Zabel Property AG

JLL has acquired the Berlin-based real estate company Zabel Property AG which specialises in advising international customers on the purchase of high-quality residential properties in Germany´s Metropolitan cities.

Positive Residential Rental Growth expected across EMEA, says JLL

For the first time in over 12 months rents are expected to grow in all 15 cities tracked by JLL’s EMEA Residential Property Clock. The JLL Q4 2016 Property Clock tracks the performance and outlook of the continent’s key residential markets and shows rents growing in the short term, across all the cities.