Paul Hogarth of Quintain writes positive outlook for Wembley City.
According to the article, it’s a great time to be a landlord as property prices are out of reach once again for first time buyers. The outlook reflects how the market is expected to behave in 2011, with less shared ownership schemes and more incentive towards renting. A clear target audience being investors from emerging markets who are interested in the capitals property with Wembley City being promoted as an alternative new option.
It goes on to report housing prices have recovered back to 2007’s levels which was when all the cracks in the property market started to show. 2007 was the time when Northern Rock started to collapse and problems in the US sub-prime market started to grow.