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Savills is a real estate services provider with more than 39,000 people in 600 offices in the Americas, Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East.

Our COVID-19 Fortunes Ride Like Those of UK Billionaires

During this crisis our fortunes are tied to billionaire property giants hard-put to overcome this crisis. Here’s a lesson in sticktoitiveness.

Europe’s A/O PropTech Fund Makes Waves in VC World

A/O PropTech launched a month ago promising €250 million euro in “permanent capital” investment for disruptive proptech companies.

UK Proposal for Public Foreign Ownership Register

According to an article in natlawreview.com, the UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has put forward a proposal for a public register showing beneficial ownership of foreign entities or companies that buy or who already own property in the UK.

UK Set to Strengthen Investment and Trade Links with Middle East

According to an article in World Property Journal.com, a delegation of UK developers and investors is due to visit the Middle East, attending events designed to reinforce trade links between the two regions. Last year investment from the Middle East into the UK reached AED 15.1 billion.

BrickVest Report Shows UK Commercial Real Estate Still Preferred

An article in property reporter.co.uk reveals that the latest report from BrickVest has shown commercial real estate in the UK is still sought after, in spite of a small fall in popularity since Brexit.

Brexit Unlikely to Affect UK House Sales Confidence

According to an article in PropertyWire, even though confidence in the UK housing market has reached its lowest point in three years, consumers still think the recent referendum result will have little impact on buying and selling property. This is according to the latest index from the Halifax, the Housing Market Confidence Tracker. The index

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The Effect of Brexit on the US Housing Market

Last week’s referendum in the UK could prove to be good for the real estate market in the United States, at least in the short term. Volatility in the stock market earlier this year resulted in liquidity being transferred into the real estate market. Additionally, more land is being developed and credit conditions and lending

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Buying Real Estate Post-Brexit

A few days after the referendum and the reality is beginning to sink in. An article by Lief Simon of Live and Invest Overseas talks about the consequences of the vote. With the exit predicted to take at least two years, when it is actually implemented, both sides can be expected to lose out financially.

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UK Real Estate Market Sees Strongest December Since 2008

According to the latest figures published by property experts Rightmove, the UK real estate market has seen its strongest December since 2008.

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