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A selection of the best new articles from The Property Chronicle

Keeping up with the Taxes: Investing Efficiently in Changing Times
by Simon Gorbutt
While the UK’s impending exit from the European Union may have dampened demand in UK property, particularly in the City, the same is not uniformly true elsewhere, and this year is nevertheless set to be strong if European investors are anything to go by. A Knight Frank survey of 155 leading real estate investors suggests

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Letter from Washington
by Pete Davis
President Trump’s schedule (EDT): 11:00 AM: Meets with national security officials at the Pentagon; and 12:30 p.m.: Has lunch with Secretary of State Pompeo. White House “‘Carried Interest’ Back in Play as Democrats Eye Tax Offsets.” Yesterday’s CQ Roll Call article led with: Democratic tax-writers are resurrecting one of their favorite targets as they hunt

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by Kenny Loh
The FTSE ST Real Estate Investment Trusts (FTSE ST REITs Index) continued its bullish rally, raising from 832.03 to 842.91 (+1.31%) as compared to my last post on Singapore REIT Fundamental Comparison Table on Feb 4, 2019. Chart 1: FTSE ST REIT Index (FSTAS8670) The REITs index retraced and successfully tested the 820 resistance-turned-support to continue the uptrend. In addition, this

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by Simon Hall
Introduction Amidst a backdrop of political and economic uncertainty, 2018 was a turbulent year for UK capital markets. BDO’s six-monthly analysis of the UK’s key markets (click here to view the AIM insights and the Main Market insights) has demonstrated that as we head towards some sort of conclusion to Brexit talks, the public markets are craving

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If the point of Help to Buy is to help people buy, there are other and better ways
by Daniel Bentley
The housing minister describes being stopped in the street by people wanting to thank him for Help to Buy. ‘Several people have stopped me and thanked me for it, because it gives young people access to homes that otherwise they would not obtain,’ Kit Malthouse told the Commons last week. It’s easy to see why, despite

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Divergence in Leeds: Why Are House Prices Behind the Curve?
by Gavriel Merkado
Last quarter’s reports showed Leeds lagging behind the upward house price curve, while Birmingham and Manchester prices steamed ahead. In this month’s Market Mover, REalyse’s CEO and Statistical Mastermind, Gavriel Merkado, takes a closer look at Leeds’ trend divergence and what it might mean for developers in the area.R In our last Quarterly Report for UK cities

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