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Articles - uk commercial property

New analysis identifies rising commercial opportunities in smaller UK cities

Rising capital values and strong competition are now driving investors to look beyond the major UK cities for quality office stock and potential value, a new report shows.

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Election result hailed as positive for UK commercial property markets

The UK general election result should be positive for the country’s commercial property markets but the landslide in favour of the SNP in Scotland could result in uncertainty north of the border, according to experts.

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Amancio Ortega Pays €335 Mn For Rio Tinto Headquarters in London

Spain’s richest and world’s fourth wealthiest Amancio Ortega has purchased the headquarters of multinational mining and metal group Rio Tinto located in the heart of London, reports Property Week. The founder of Inditex is said to have paid around £265 million, or €335 million.

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London commercial property market expected to see strongest rental growth in 2015

‘Looking ahead to 2015 we expect that total returns will remain in double figures, but that rental growth will make a larger contribution. The recovery in the economy combined with low levels of development means that the balance between demand and supply is now swinging in favour of landlords and we anticipate that rental growth will accelerate,’ explained Owen.

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Why UK commercial real estate is still hot property

If we take the temperature of investors in commercial property right now, we would find warm support for the sector in the UK. In a low interest rate environment, and with returns from property far outstripping bond yields, commercial real estate has returned to favour. The UK commercial property market has performed strongly in 2014, with the sector returning 14 per cent during the first nine months of this year, according to the IPD UK Monthly Property Index. Capital values have also recovered by 28 per cent from their trough, although they are still 29 per cent below their excitable 2007 peak. But will this upward trajectory for commercial property continue in 2015, and does the sector offer good prospects for investors?

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UK commercial property markets performance weaker in August

All UK commercial property markets experienced a weaker performance in August 2014, according to the latest CBRE Monthly Index.

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