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title: Curate to Accumulate
ID: 877
time: March 4, 2020
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Back in 1983, when Property Vision was founded, 25-year leases were still very much the norm in the …


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title: Political Choices
ID: 338
time: December 9, 2019
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The election is now a week away and there is a huge ideological divide between the major parties. …


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title: Why UK buyers are sitting tight
ID: 1
time: September 13, 2019
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Writing for The Property Chronicle, Charlie Ellingworth, Property Vision founder, explains that despite an impending election, an increase …


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title: Observations – some insights on our market
ID: 267
time: February 21, 2019
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BANK VALUATIONS Brexit and Stamp Duty. They are the easy explanations for the sluggish market we have been in …


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title: Interesting times – Market Comment Autumn 2018
ID: 277
time: October 12, 2018
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‘Our promises… were a series of possibilities,’ said Iain Duncan-Smith after the Brexit vote, as the complexities of …


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title: Prime Central London Index
ID: 302
time: February 26, 2018
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Indices always have their critics. Take the Dow Jones, for instance. The decision was made, back in the …


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title: Article in The Property Chronicle
ID: 307
time: January 29, 2018
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Though Donald Rumsfeld was much mocked for his ‘known unknowns’ speech, he was right. It’s the ‘unknown unknowns’ …


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title: Other Villains – Market Comment Autumn 2017
ID: 309
time: October 20, 2017
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It is now three years since the then Chancellor, George Osborne, took an axe to the top end …


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title: Election Direction – Market Comment Summer 2017
ID: 341
time: June 29, 2017
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The plates are moving again. The problem with trying to make sense of the current politics and how …


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title: Market Roundup Spring 2017
ID: 350
time: March 7, 2017
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The word ‘Brexit’ has only been in the lexicon for three years, but it feels like a lifetime. …


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