Property Market Review December 2018

Residential Property Review – January 2019

Residential market activity declines In their latest ‘UK Residential Market Survey’, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors have reported weaker market activity, with both supply and demand retreating into negative territory. Their data suggests this trend will continue into the first quarter of 2019. However, they also believe that a “more stable trend is expected…

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Economic Review – December 2018

What next in the BREXIT saga? Bank cuts UK growth forecast Markets Pay growth strongest for a decade Inflationary pressures ease What next in the BREXIT saga? With less than three months to the country’s scheduled EU departure, it remains unclear whether the UK will leave with an amicable deal, crash out with no deal…

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Property Market Review December 2018

Residential property review – December 2018

Government revenue from Stamp Duty falls by 10% HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have stated that Stamp Duty revenue from residential property sales in Q3 2018 has fallen from the £2.605bn seen in the same period of 2017, to £2.347bn in 2018, as the number of properties liable to tax fell from 302,700 to 279,500.…

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Economic Review – November 2018

Mays BREXIT D-Day looms BREXIT holds monetary policy key Markets Economy grows strongly but slowdown expected Mild Autumn hits retail sales Mays BREXIT D-Day looms After 20 months of negotiations Theresa May finally secured a deal on the terms of the UK’s departure from the EU; but whether she has sufficient parliamentary support for her…

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Property Market Review December 2018

Residential Property Review – November 2018

How did the last budget affect the market? The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond extolled his latest budget to the nation in October, but how did his announcements affect the residential property market? Encouragingly, his comments boded well: “The Government is determined to fix the broken housing market. Building more homes in the right…

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Economic Review

Economic Review – October 2018

Does the budget signal an end to austerity? OBR forecasts modest UK Growth profile Markets Wage growth strongest in almost a decade Business optimism falters amid BREXIT uncertainties Does the budget signal an end to austerity? Philip Hammond used his Autumn Budget Statement to declare: “the era of austerity is finally coming to an end”.…

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AquAid Elephant pump in Zimbabwe

Redwood drinks to AquAid’s involvement in Africa.

At Redwood Financial we’re aware that keeping our staff members hydrated will aid them to perform at their very best throughout the work day. As a result, we decided to invest in watercoolers from AquAid. Our unique relationship with AquAid has also given our company the opportunity to help those less fortunate than ourselves, because…

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General and commercial insurance

An introduction to Consort Insurance

As part of my ongoing service to my clients, I would like to introduce Consort Insurance Services Limited to you. Our Aim Consort Insurance Services, based in Horsham, West Sussex, is an independent insurance broker committed to the provision of bespoke insurance solutions for our clients. Our aim is to provide the most suitable suite…

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