Liverpool Residential Reports
City Residential produce a quarterly report summarising the residential market in Liverpool City Centre. Read by approximately 10,000 people the reports paint an honest and up to date view on current market conditions in the Liverpool market. The most recent issue and back copies can be downloaded here:
Q4 (Oct-Dec) 2017 – A challenging year ahead
Q3 (Jul-Sep) 2017 – City centre population surges past 40,000
Q2 (Apr-Jun) 2017 – Let's build what the market wants!
Q1 (Jan-Mar) 2017 – An expanding city centre!
Q4 (Oct-Dec) 2016 – Reach for The SKY!
Q3 (Jul-Sep) 2016 – Big plans for an ambitious city
Q2 (Apr-Jun) 2016 – Will BREXIT vote derail the market
Q1 (Jan-Mar) 2016 – Liverpool enjoys investment boom
Q4 (Oct-Dec) 2015 – The end of Buy to Let
Q3 (Jul-Sep) 2015 – We need PRS (Proper Residential Schemes)
Q2 (Apr-Jun) 2015 – Full steam ahead
Q1 (Jan-Mar) 2015 – The Boom in Freeholds
Q4 (Oct-Dec) 2014 – The recovery is turning into a boom!
Q3 (Jul-Sep) 2014 – The cranes are back!
Q2 (Apr-Jun) 2014 – An electrifying market
Q1 (Jan-Mar) 2014 – The arrival of PRS (Private Rented Sector)
Q4 (Oct-Nov) 2013 – Interest rates hold the key to the market
Q3 (Jul-Sep) 2013 – Liverpool flying high once again!
Q2 (Apr-Jun) 2013 – Surge in sales activity!
Q1 (Jan-Mar) 2013 – Help to Buy do we need it?
Q4 (Oct-Dec) 2012 – Sales activity on the increase
Q3 (Jul-Sep) 2012 – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Q2 (Apr-Jun) 2012 – Steady as she goes
Q1 (Jan-Mar) 2012 – Repossessions on the rise!
Q4 (Oct-Dec) 2011 – Have we see the bottom of the market?
Q3 (Jul-Sep) 2011 – Rentals boom again as city embraces students
Q2 (Apr-Jun) 2011 – Is there light at the end of the (long) tunnel?
Q1 (Jan-Mar) 2011 – Completions hit all time low!
Q4 (Oct-Dec) 2010 – Let's get used to this tough market - its here to stay!
Q3 (Jul-Sep) 2010 – A tale of two markets!
Q2 (Apr-Jun) 2010 – Austerity, austerity...what we need is prosperity!
Q1 (Jan-Mar) 2010 – Population explosion..nearly 30,000 residents!
Q4 (Oct-Dec) 2009 – Au Revoir 2009... a year to forget!
Q3 (Jul-Sep) 2009 – Oversupply of apartments...maybe not!
Q2 (Apr-Jun) 2009 – Green shoots..or stinging nettles!
Q1 (Jan-Mar) 2009 – Liverpool residential update
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