Moving swiftly on from our last case study looking at working remote from Istanbul, we now compare the relativities of people in London and Warsaw seeking sunnier climes in either Madrid or Lisbon.
On Monday, 13 September, AIRINC’s Michael Joyce, Carl McClean, Helen Hollingsworth, and Catherine Tylke will attend Expat Academy’s annual conference.
Rents dropped in Dublin in the wake of COVID-19. Supply increased as assignees left the city and new rental stock entered the market. The collapse in tourism has forced owners of short-term Airbnb properties to shift to the long-term market, further increasing supply.
London rents decreased over the last twelve months with the impact of COVID-19. Multiple lockdowns have forced renters to re-evaluate where they want to live. Demand has shifted to rentals with more space, such as balconies, terraces, and gardens. Work-from-home and remote work policies enable tenants more flexibility and recent demand has been for suburban locations with access to green spaces.
When I joined AIRINC in December 2018, I started in our London office and had been living in the U.K. for 15 years at the time. I’m half German, half Indian, but grew up in Germany and went to school and university there with an Erasmus year in Paris, which to this day remains my favourite city in the world.
AIRINC and K2 are hosting a Cream Tea and interactive Global Mobility discussion for Corporate HR professionals on 23 April 2020 at the Vintry & Mercer Hotel.
AIRINC and International SOS are hosting an informative breakfast briefing and a global mobility discussion for Corporate HR professionals on 13 November 2019 at 1 Lombard Street.
In recent months, there have been many news references to panic-buying and BREXIT stockpiling. In the event of a no-deal BREXIT, some experts advise to have a minimum of two weeks’ worth of food, water, and household items such as toilet paper for the immediate short-term. But what items are expected to be affected long-term in the market basket?
London has registered eight consecutive down quarters in real estate sales. Though the decline is not entirely due to Brexit, the continued uncertainty surrounding Brexit has shaken the confidence of many potential investors and home-buyers.