INVESTORS

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When developing an investment strategy, industry knowledge is key. That’s why we provide our investors with the latest industry insight through timely reports and infographics.

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REPORTS

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Market Financial Solutions has commissioned an independent, nationally-representative survey amongst over 2,000 UK adults uncovering the most attractive property-related initiatives people would like to see feature on the Government’s agenda for the country’s real estate market. As well as revealing the sentiments of the public as a whole, the findings of this timely research are broken down into three different demographics, unveiling exactly what renters, homeowners and property investors would like to see the Government introduce.

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To understand why the number of collapsed property sales is on the rise, Market Financial Solutions has surveyed a nationally representative sample of 2,000 UK adults to uncover the common reasons leading to a house purchase falling through. With access to finance being identified as a key barrier, the findings also reveal how the UK perceives alternative finance opportunities as a way of avoiding collapsed property chains.

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Uncovering the intentions of UK investors over the coming 12 months, MFS has surveyed a nationally representative sample of more than 2,000 UK adults to reveal their views towards the political and economic events set to shape 2018

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As 2018 approaches, MFS takes a look back on what 2017 has meant for the UK’s property market and provides an outlook of what the coming 12 months may have in store for investors and the real estate industry.

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Find out what the 2017 Autumn Budget means for investors and the UK property market.

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MFS has commissioned an independent, nationally representative survey among more than 2,000 UK adults to show what homebuyers believe are the keys to success in the competitive property market.

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A decade on since the global financial crisis, MFS examines how the UK’s property market and bridging sector have overcome adversity to flourish in the past ten years.

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MFS has commissioned independent nationally-representative research among more than 2,000 UK adults to reveal the inheritance trends set to impact UK property.

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MFS has surveyed a nationally-representative sample of 2,000 UK adults to uncover the sentiments of UK society towards new-build and traditional properties.

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With Brexit negotiations underway, MFS has surveyed 1,000 UK investors to reveal how they are approaching their investment strategies over the coming two years.

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The Spring Budget is a perennial highlight on the political and economic calendar, but the 2017 iteration stood out as one of the most important in recent history.

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To understand why British investors are missing out on lucrative property-led opportunities, we asked a sample of over 2,000 UK adults why they were not able to successfully complete a property purchase.

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Just how satisfied are Britons with the banks current credit approval system? Find out in our December infographic featuring research from the Asset Rich, Credit Poor report.

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As the New Year approaches, MFS has taken time to look back at these significant developments from the last year and asks what 2016 has meant for the UK’s property market and bridging sector.

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MFS’ exclusive review of the 2016 Autumn Statement considers what Chancellor Hammond’s policy announcements mean for the UK property market

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Having surveyed a nationally representative sample of 2,000 UK adults, “Asset Rich, Credit Poor” reveals the credit struggles of Britain’s high-net-worth individuals in acquiring a loan from traditional lenders