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The operating environment for housing associations has changed in the face of an evolving policy environment over rent levels, right to buy and funding for new housing delivery.
Executives need to consider a broader range of factors as they evaluate strategy and develop business plans for their assets set in a wider market context.
De-regulation and the shift towards mixed tenure regeneration and new development means housing associations are considering multiple price points for assets as they develop strategies and business plans.
This report presents unique analysis on the market value of social housing and how this relates to social and affordable rents and the attractiveness of intermediate tenures at a localised level and the key implications for strategy.
The analysis highlights how big data and market analytics used by mortgage lenders and other property sectors can be applied to the affordable housing sector.
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This research was first presented at the Social Housing Finance Conference, May 2016.
Rental growth has varied widely over the last decade from flat to growth of over 45%. Rental affordability is the most stretched in London while in the regions the affordability of renting is the best for a decade.
New Insight paper presents unique analysis of the profile of London house price growth by price segment with commentary on the current outlook.
In the wake of the Brexit vote all eyes are on market data that can provide some sense of direction for what the impact on the housing and mortgage markets will be.
The housing market has been at the centre of a storm in recent years. From rent cuts for housing associations, to extending the Help to Buy scheme, and tax changes aimed at curbing investor demand, all types of organisations have had to react to a plethora of policy changes.