The UK commercial property market experienced a weak performance in August 2014, according to the latest CB Richard Ellis monthly index. The total return rate was 1.4%, mainly due to the 0.9% increase in capital value and the capital value has increased by 8.1% so far this year.
The growth of positive capital values, CB Richard Ellis’ report, is noteworthy that the increased capital value slowed in August. Rents have increased by more than a month by 0.1% and 1.3% over the past eight months. The office and industrial sectors recorded a month of growth of 0.2% and 0.4% of the highest rental value.
Outside London, rents have remained flat in the rest of the UK with a slight increase of 0.2%. The report shows an interesting parallel between the real estate market and the wider British economy. It added that the lack of rental growth still indicates in the outskirts of London that “the house has absorbed a large amount of excess capacity within their demand space”.
The overall high street store did not record an increase in rental value, and there was a strong geographical division between the rest of the UK. It is worth noting that in London, the South East and East England standard stores have surpassed the rest of the UK. In the past three months, the Southeast recorded a 3.4% increase in capital value and a 0.6% increase in rent. Capital values in other parts of the UK rose by 1.3%, and in the past three months, rents fell by 0.1% compared to the first quarter.
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