Monday, January 29, 2007

Commercial property on the slide

Commercial property boom ‘at an end’

The commercial property boom in the UK has finally ended, judging by new data suggesting that prices started to fall in the closing months of last year. Average net initial yields fell from 7.3 per cent in December 2001 to 4.89 per cent in September 2006, but by December 2006 had risen to 5 per cent, according to agents Lambert Smith Hampton.

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2 thoughts on “Commercial property on the slide

  • If there was a boom in commercial property, it was muted and short-lived.

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  • I bet it was only Discount stores. Not manufacturing or anything long term.

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