Viewpoint: State of the Market, May 2023

With the Bank of England’s base rate at its highest level since 2008 and the Renters’ Reform Bill set to transform the private renting market, CrowdProperty reviews the impact of the latest economic and political measures on the property market. The annual rate of house price growth slowed to +0.1% last month, versus +1.6% in March, according to the latest Halifax House Price Index. With the average house price decreasing by -0.3% in April...

Viewpoint: State of the Market, 21st November 2021

Now that the furlough scheme has come to end and with Black Friday and the Christmas holidays approaching, CrowdProperty reviews the latest market commentary and what this means for the sector going forward.

2021 has been described ...

The Focus on ESG

In the first of our series of ESG related articles, we look to demystify this broad topic with a particular focus on its importance both in the real estate sector and from a lending perspective.

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Viewpoint: State of the Market, 17th October 2021

Now that stamp duty rates have returned to their pre-pandemic levels and the furlough scheme has come to an end, the period of extraordinary growth is tapering off as the market has begun to cool. Given these signs, CrowdProperty reviews the lates...

Viewpoint: State of the Market, 19th September 2021

September is the final month in which people buyers can experience some benefit from the stamp duty holiday. As schools return and the frenzied buying activity starts to slow, CrowdProperty reviews the latest market commentary and what this means ...

CrowdProperty launches Planning Gain Finance Product

At CrowdProperty, we’re dedicated to continuously innovating and improving our service offering – as such, we are delighted to announce the launch of our Planning Gain Finance product. Our newest service line affirms our commitment to partnering w...

Viewpoint: State of the Market, 15th August 2021

The 19th of July or ‘Freedom Day’ saw the lifting of the final coronavirus restrictions across England. Recent months have been characterised by historically high volumes of buyer activity which was fuelled by the ‘race for space’. However compare...

Viewpoint: State of the Market, 18th July 2021

Boris Johnson’s delay in lifting lockdown restrictions in the UK means that normal operating levels are due to come into force on 19th July. Given the easing of the lockdown rules and the changes to stamp duty rates from 1st July with the aim of r...

Making Homes Happen

The 22nd June saw the release of the latest housing statistics from Homes England[1].  Whilst COVID-19 has impacted on the housebuilding industry with a reduction in starts and completions, the figures released show encouragement that the housing ...

The Future Is FinTech

Following on from the unveiling of the Kalifa Review in February, CrowdProperty CEO Michael Bristow considers the response and momentum around what Catherine McGuinness, Policy Chair at City of London Corporation, called “a crucial blueprint for t...

Viewpoint: State of the Market, 13th June 2021

Traditionally, the summer period is the busiest time for the housing market. However, the approaching deadline of the Stamp Duty holiday combined with Boris Johnson’s aim to bring the UK back to normal operating levels by 21st June means the housi...

Viewpoint: State of the Market, 16th May 2021

The decreasing number of Covid-19 cases confirms that the Government’s road map, along with rapid vaccine roll-out, is slowly bringing the UK back to normality. As other sectors were allowed to reopen this month, the construction and housing secto...

Viewpoint: State of the Market, 11th April 2021

As we progress through 2021 with the easing of lockdown restrictions underway, we are seeing some schemes initially created to help against the difficult economic backdrop of 2020 - such as the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme - comin...

Viewpoint: State of the Market, 14th March 2021

The easing of public health restrictions announced by Boris Johnson in the Government’s 22 February Roadmap confirmed the widely held view that the rapid rollout of effective vaccines would offer hope of a swifter and more sustained economic recov...

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