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Savills Research: UK Commercial Market in Minutes

April 30, 2018

A quiet first quarter, but some fundamentals are improving

Savills have released their latest monthly report on trends and pricing in the UK commercial property investment market.

Key topics this month:

  • Prime yields remained stable this month, through upward and downward pressure is being experienced in different sectors.
  • Savills examine whether we should be feeling more or less pessimistic about City jobs than we were this time last year.
  • Savills speculate whether some of the forward looking data for the retail economy is pointing to better conditions for retailers in the second half of 2019.

Read the report 

For more research articles, click here.

By Savills Research