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  • NAEA Propertymark Virtual Meeting - Thursday 25th March 2021 12:00 - 14:00
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Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions around events and gatherings of more than 30 people, Propertymark is delighted to be offering members a full programme of virtual Regional Meetings.

With a maximum capacity of 40 people, we ask members to ensure they ringfence time in their diary before booking a place. Meetings will last approx. 90 minutes and will offer a quality programme, with relevant updates, guest speaker, information from sponsors and a Q&A session.

Please log your CPD on completion as attendance can be attributed to your annual membership requirements. Propertymark continues to deliver an expansive programme of free webinars and virtual training courses (at a small additional cost) during this time. We look forward to receiving your feedback in continuing to improve member services.

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Regional Meetings are open to everyone, however, booking is essential as spaces are limited. For non-members, it's £45+VAT to attend.

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Liana Loporto-Browne

Liana Loporto-Browne
NAEA Propertymark Regional Exec

November 2019

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Regional round-up

'The property market over the summer has continued to be principally sound; yet the existing political macroclimate means that the critical element of consumer confidence has been reduced and that is triggering some potential buyers and house sellers to falter slightly and hang fire making any firm decisions.

'Buyers have a lot going in their favour, aside from the perceived political uncertainty. There are currently record low interest rates at 0.75 per cent, low unemployment rates of 3.8 per cent, and decent mortgage availability, even for those with low deposits - there were 224 mortgage deals available on the day of writing this article where only a five per cent deposit was required and five mainstream lenders that would offer 100 per cent no deposit mortgages.

'Interestingly, Rightmove have stated there are more properties for sale today in the country, than at any time since 2016. Even with that in mind, property values have remained reasonably stable as The Land Registry has released its House Price Index and it makes for a very interesting read.

'Considering the uncertainty the country has been through in the last three years, I don’t think that’s too bad and shows the underlying resilience of the London property market. Now looking towards the end of the year, how will house values change under the new Prime Minister?

'That means those selling their homes need to be realistic with their pricing, and, as most sellers also buy a property, what you might lose on your sale you will make up on the purchase.

'BoJo and Brexit to be honest are all short term distractions from the long-term issues of the UK property market. Until we start building at least 300,000 properties a year to meet the demand for UK property, demand will always outstrip supply, meaning irrespective of short term fluctuations that may (or may not) be caused by domestic and world events (including the ‘B’ word’), prices will always in the medium to long term remain stable and increase.

'I am delighted to introduce myself as your new Regional Executive and look forward to meeting as many of you as possible over the next few months.'


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We host a series of conferences throughout the UK. We’ve tailored our programme so that all delegates will benefit from attending, no matter your job role. These events will help you keep up with legislative changes, take part in expert led workshops and get updates on what we’re doing for you.

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