2018 beckons a further shift in the property market.
With Brexit negotiations casting an ominous shadow over economic growth, investors are becoming increasingly cautious over rental prospects. However, the ripple effect extends further than exchange rate and inflation.
The close of last year witnessed an increase of interest rates by the Bank of England for the first time in ten years. This, however, has not given sway to the uncertainty which remains the dominant feeling within the current UK commercial property market. Investors are still assessing the impact of leaving the EU on their business plans, driving them to make clever property decisions.