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British Residential Report: Q3 2019

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Are you curious about the value of properties in your area? Perhaps you are planning to rent out a room, or even to sell your flat?

Whether you’re a landlord or a property developer; an eager investor or simply interested in discovering the wider outlook of the UK market, our in-depth quarterly residential report has got you covered.

Using REalyse’s own unique datasets, we’ve analysed the key market indicators in Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester to help you spot the emerging trends from the first quarter of 2019 in each of these important residential areas. Covering everything from £/sqft to the number of properties sold and even the average transaction discount in these cities, we’ve crunched the numbers, provided detailed historical context and presented our findings in a new easy-to-read format – so that you don’t have to

In this quarterly report, a quick reference front page packs all of our data insights onto a single side of A4. However, for those who have more time we’ve included a detailed breakdown of every statistic, graph and numerical anomaly.

Key takeaways this quarter:

• First decline in property prices in Manchester since Q1 2011.
• Volumes of sales transactions continue to reduce, with Birmingham taking the brunt of the impact with a rate of decline of 18.5% in Q3 2019.
• Though peaking in Q2, time spent on the sales market in our British cities has started to reduce in Q3.

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