UK Property Market Report 2021

Free UK Property Market Report 2021

2021 Property Market Forecast

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Housing Market Predictions 2020

After a year that changed the very way we live, the property market has undergone a strong transformation.

Cast your mind back to January 2020, and predictions for the housing market were as strong as ever. The year 2019 finished on a remarkable high. House prices were growing at their highest level in two years, and the pound had shot back up in strength after the December general election. 2020 was going to be a good year, right?

As we know, things didn’t go exactly as planned. Covid-19 decimated lives and finances, putting the nation into two unprecedented lockdowns. Property investors were sure to have felt nervous about the future of their investments. However, fast forward 12 months, and the market is thriving.

Average house prices surpassed a record-high and increased at their fastest rate since 2004. The growth was so substantial, in fact, that industry veterans Savills were forced to update their property price predictions for the future.

No one could have guessed the growth levels that happened in 2020, which begs the question, “what will house prices look like in 2021?” Using the latest market data, our comprehensive guide evaluates 2020, and explores the latest predictions to paint a picture of how the property market could look over the next 12 months.

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Average house prices surpassed a record-high and increased at their fastest rate since 2004. The growth was so substantial, in fact, that industry veterans Savills were forced to update their property price predictions for the future.

Daniel Williams, RWinvest

Stamp Duty and Covid-19 in 2021

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One of the driving forces of market activity post-lockdown was the ingenious decision to cut stamp duty tax rates. The stamp duty tax holiday, which was announced in July, allowed investors to save thousands when purchasing a buy to let home.

It prompted action from not only UK-based investors but also overseas investors looking to make some excellent deals.

The holiday ends at the end of March 2021, meaning investors only have limited time left to save thousands. But what will happen after it ends?

The stamp duty tax holiday isn’t the only potential substantial impact on the 2021 property market. The recently announced Covid-19 vaccine, currently being administered across the UK, is also set to significantly affect the market. Will house prices rise as public confidence returns?

Our comprehensive guide answers all these questions and more.

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2021 Market Predictions

Due to the excellent growth rates in 2020, many expect a similarly fruitful year in 2021, albeit with less substantial growth rates but equally as attractive investment opportunities.

Market experts Savills have reported a potential 20.4% growth in the average property price by 2024. This is an incredibly sizeable prediction and gets even more considerable depending on the area.

Our guide explores these latest predictions to identify the best area for investment. From rental yields, rental prices, and property values, we use data to analyse the UK investment market to estimate how property could look in 12 months.

If you want to read other investment guides like this, be sure to check out our website. If you want to explore the latest property opportunities in the best UK markets, contact our expert sales team today for more information.

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