INDUSTRY INSIGHTS AND COMMUNITY NEWS
As the coronavirus crisis affects our businesses, working/buying habits and living situations, a very practical question arises. What do these additional pressures mean for the commercial property and real estate market?
Gain insight into the key trends affecting the UK property industry.
Reduce the risk of senior managers, directors and officers being held accountable for lax safety and poor maintenance.
Commercial properties are emptying at an alarming rate. The number of shops lying empty soared by more than 7,500 last year.
The way people shop has changed. Between 2007 and 2018, online sales increased 6-fold while growth of in-store sales has lagged behind. As a result, high streets are having to evolve and adapt. This isn’t the only area of the property market that’s evolving, though.
Nobody wants to stay in a 1-star property. Our tips to prepare your property for listing on sites such as Airbnb.
A property owner who failed to disclose one of their flats was being used as an Airbnb, had a claim for water damage rejected.
Whether you have a holiday home in the UK or overseas, it’s worth checking whether you're adequately insured so you and your family can continue to enjoy it for many years to come.