Introducing Together's 'Opportunities and Outlook: The future of commercial property' report.
The property market continues to experience unprecedented levels of uncertainty. The last few years have seen shockwaves sent as we recover from the aftermath of the COVID pandemic, policy changes and the ongoing fall-out from the Autumn 2022 mini-budget.
After more than a decade of low inflation and stable interest rates, investors and developers have been met with interest rate hikes, adjusting rental yields and falling capital values.
Understanding the market and how developers, landlords and property businesses have been impacted, and their outlook for the future, can provide valuable insight into the experiences of those already in the lending market.
We have surveyed 500 commercial mortgage holders with a portfolio of at least 4 properties, spanning sole traders, SME businesses and large scale commercial developers operating across the country in a variety of sectors.
With independent insight from Economist Rob Thomas, we have created our Opportunities and Outlook report, which aims to give first-hand views from Together and its partners to provide a comprehensive sector view. Discover in-depth analysis into the challenges and opportunities facing individual segments, including Bridging, Buy to Let, Commercial term and Development finance to gauge current sentiment and the drivers of growth.
Through analysis and market knowledge, Together gives an insight into the macro-economic environment and property trends to help business owners understand the challenges which the year ahead holds as well as help to continue to spot opportunities in the future.
For more insights and research, please download our full Opportunities and Outlook: The future of commercial property report to find out more on the future of commercial property.
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