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Welcome to Allsop's latest Podcasts.
Listen as Allsop LLP and guest speakers discuss current topics in the commercial and residential property markets. We provide a unique insight in a busy market as we discuss market trends and up to the minute themes with a range of active clients. Allsop work with assets from £500,000 to multi-million-pound properties and transact on average, seven deals every working day.
The first series of podcasts focuses on the Commercial Auction Market and the team's view of the property industry over the last six-months of 2019 from the perspective of the auctioneers' rostrum. The podcasts are based around findings from their 2019 Commercial Auction Summer Market Review publication, which is also available to view here
Allsop partner and auctioneer George Walker speaks to Jo Seth-Smith, Fund Manager from OLIM Property, about what they have experienced in the property auction market over the last six months of 2019.
Ep.1 Commercial property auction market: 2019 in review
What has happened in the first six months of 2019 in the Commercial auction property market?
The first of three podcasts that reviews the £300m of commercial property sales over the last six-months from the perspective of the auctioneers' rostrum. Analysing trends from four of Allsop's commercial auction sales in 2019 with an active investor to provide some insight into the market, where demand is strongest and where opportunities may lie.
Jo clarifies the specific mandate that her fund enjoys and what they have been buying and selling in the last few months.
The episode goes on to examine some of the clear trends that are emerging and how investors are reacting to what has been a tough few months, with a marked shift to quality.
Ep.2 Commercial property auction market: Sector review
What property sectors are selling in the commercial auction room?
In the second of a series of three podcasts which review the Commercial Property Market in the last six months from an Auctioneers' perspective.
We examine all the property sectors and how they performed in the auction room with specific reference to those examples featured in our published summer market review. This includes the reasoning behind some of the very high and low prices that were achieved at auction.
This instalment also looks at the increased appetite for office investments, the shift to quality and growth in alternative assets and which areas are offering the right mix of value and security
Ep.3 Commercial property auction market: Looking ahead
Looking ahead in the commercial property auction market
The third of a series of three podcasts which review the Commercial Property Market in the last six months from an Auctioneers' perspective.
In the final episode; indicators are pointing to an improving market, with buyers having the cash and budget to spend. The demand is there but what of supply? And what do the political consequences potentially hold for the property industry?
Whilst the market remains uncertain, there is proven demand, we discuss how this might continue going forward, in spite of the political turmoil at our door on a daily basis. Property is a long term proposition, and is therefore likely to ride out this wave and continue delivering returns to investors. We look at how to balance the risk and reward of an asset by careful stock selection.
The podcasts presented here are for general guidance and represents opinions of our teams based on the property market at the time of recording.