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On the Landlord Insider blog, you’ll find some excellent resources for landlords of all sizes. From the latest landlord news, to professional advice, tips and guides for landlords, there’s something for everyone. Brought to you by the excellent team behind the Landlord Vision property management software.

The 18-year Property Cycle and What it Means for You

It is believed that the property market, both globally and in the UK, is driven by the Property Cycle. That is, the property market conforms to a repetitive and historical sequence of events which can be categorised. The Property Cycle is not unique, it ties in with the business cycle, credit cycle and a general theory of economic boom and bust.  

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What are Property Cycles and Where Are we Now?

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It is theorised that the property market follows a predictable cycle of behaviour over time – termed the property cycle. Historical studies suggest that global and regional property markets conform to a pattern of differing stages. These stages consist of ‘the Boom’, ‘the Slump’ and ‘the Recovery’. It is believed that the property market moves through each stage consecutively in a consistent and predictable pattern. 

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