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Access to a rich source of unique proprietary data means our independent research team gets under the skin of the housing market. Whether you are a buyer, seller, investor or tenant, our thought-provoking analysis is always relevant, never dull, and written with you in mind.

By taking economic, political, social and cultural drivers into account we put the housing market into a real-life context bringing you the big picture and local detail.

We analyse all aspects of the housing market from affordability to taxation, from investment to housing policy, from city to country and country to city – we cover this and everything in between.  We want to stimulate and add to the housing debate. And most importantly, enable informed decision making for those on the move or thinking of making a move.

Hamptons is part of Connells, the largest property services group in the UK. This enables us to draw on a rich and diverse pool of property data which includes sales and lettings, mortgage and surveying. We have access to some of the UK’s best, most up to date and reliable property data, which provides us with a fully rounded view of the housing market right across the country.

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Our special Autumn 2021 Forecast Edition of Market Insight outlines our predictions for the housing market over the next few years.

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Buy-to-let yields in the South start to rise

The North of England and the Midlands have dominated buy-to-let in England in recent years, but there are signs that yields are increasing in the South, which is, in turn, attracting more investors.

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London’s rental reawakening

The capital was hit hard by the pandemic – rents fell by up to 20% as tenants moved out and students stayed away. However, demand is returning now that the city has opened up.

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September market update

As the final curtain falls on the stamp duty holiday, there are tentative signs of more normal levels of activity returning to the housing market.

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Millennial rental bill slides

The total amount of rent paid by tenants across Great Britain has fallen 8% from a peak of £62.4bn in 2018 down to £57.3bn in 2021.

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Foreign buyer numbers fall to lowest level in a decade

Covid-19 hit international travel hard. As Government’s across the world locked down borders and restrictions into and out of countries tightened, buying property abroad became increasingly difficult

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Flip flopping

Despite the stamp duty holiday, the number of homes being flipped, properties bought, refurbished and sold on within a 12-month window, has fallen.

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Buyers fail to renegotiate post stamp duty deadline

Unlike after previous stamp duty changes, a lack of stock has meant few buyers have been able to renegotiate their offer having missed the June deadline.

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London landlords look North

As government regulation has changed over the years, eating into the profitability of the buy-to-let sector, landlords in the capital have had to look further afield for the best returns.

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Stock shortage sees more sellers rent before buying

With 27% fewer homes available to buy in July than the same time last year, sellers who have struggled to find somewhere to buy have increasingly turned to the rental market to break their chain.

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