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http://uk.biz.yahoo.com/14022006/140/prope...don-market.html

Britain's largest property company by assets and second largest by market capitalisation warned that an improvement in the London office market may be
weaker than expected
.
"We are
more cautious
than some commentators on both rental growth and yield shift prospects, but positive nonetheless," the company said in a statement.

Time to lower the rents??

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http://uk.biz.yahoo.com/14022006/140/prope...don-market.html

Britain's largest property company by assets and second largest by market capitalisation warned that an improvement in the London office market may be
weaker than expected
.
"We are
more cautious
than some commentators on both rental growth and yield shift prospects, but positive nonetheless," the company said in a statement.

Time to lower the rents??

Doesn't this refer to commercial property?

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Down here in Swansea one thing that has struck me in the past 2 - 3 months is just how many shop units are now advertised in EAs as being for sale or the lease up for rent. A great many small businesses that you would expect to be doing wel have obviously decided to shut up shop or sell out.

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Down here in Swansea one thing that has struck me in the past 2 - 3 months is just how many shop units are now advertised in EAs as being for sale or the lease up for rent. A great many small businesses that you would expect to be doing wel have obviously decided to shut up shop or sell out.

Seen that round my way too.

Never seen much commercial being shifted through local EAs (except for a couple of commercial/auction specialists), but recently I've seen a fair bit of commercial showing up in EAs that usually concentrate solely on residential.

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Around here it's down to landlords pushing up rents until the shops go bankrupt or become unprofitable and quit.

Think thats similar to here (windsor). Increasingly more empty premises (including MANN estate agents!!).

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