Hamptons International Research
As a part of the Countrywide Group, the largest estate agency business in the UK selling one in 10 of the country's homes, we’re able to draw on a rich and diverse pool of property data which provides us with robust sample sizes for detailed analysis.
Our approach is to put the housing market in its real life context. Taking economic, political, social and cultural drivers into account and using the principles of big data analysis means our research provides insight into the market at both a macro and micro level.
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Rental growth stalls
Asking to achieved splits the country
Stronger forecasts, but still lots of unknowns
|For the first time since November 2010, rents
in Great Britain are lower than the same
time last year.
|Deciding on the asking price for a home is
fraught with difficulties.
|The Chancellor’s spring budget had very little
in it for the housing market specifically.
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|Head Of Research
+44 (0)207 758 8438
|Residential Research Director
+44 (0)207 758 8465
|Housing Market Analyst
+44 (0)207 963 0618