UK Property Salary Report 2017

The Deverell Smith 2017 UK Salary Report is out now!

Don’t miss out on your chance to receive the property industries most up to date source of employment and salary information. Request the full printed book today. 

Welcome to the 2017 UK property salary report detailing the most in-depth and current employment and salary trends in the UK property employment industry. This is your comprehensive guide to bench-marking salaries and supporting your hiring decisions over the next 12 months.

The complete report includes recruitment market updates, our views, trends, advice and average salaries for professions within the Accounting and Finance, Estate Agency, Facilities Management, General Practice, HR, Marketing, New Homes, Property Management, Residential Development and Technical sectors.

Are you looking for advice on retaining, training and hiring the right people for your property company? Take a look at our employers advice sections provided for every sector within UK property to help you build and retain stronger teams.

Are you seeking a pay rise or considering a change of job in the next 12 months? With the most detailed catalog of property professional salaries across both sectors and seniority you can benchmark your earnings, employment trends in your sector and find out what employers are currently looking for.

2017 Market Overview by Peter Bill

“Goldilocks would choose to describe the economic temperature of the UK property and housing markets in the summer of 2017 as just right. The odds feel about 60/40 in favour of a cooling by the summer of 2018. But, who knows? Last year’s chilly dip around the June Brexit vote proved temporary, despite forecaster’s gloom.

There are signs of slowing in the commercial property market in London at the moment. Worries about the impact of Brexit have returned. Around the M25 the atmosphere is warmer. There has been little development over the past years. The favoured regional markets are warmest of all, as growth finally returns seven years after the crash.

Housing is hot, both politically and geographically. The tip of the London prime market has cooled. But the number of homes in the £5m plus bracket is tiny. House builders are having halcyon days, with profits and completions up. Both the Conservatives and Labour are desperate for more homes to be built. It’s hard to see any cooling for several years.”

 

Don’t miss out on your chance to receive the property industries most up to date source of employment and salary information. Request the full printed book today. 

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