City Residential provides the most up-to-date information about sales and renting in Liverpool City Centre and Waterfront neighbourhoods.

This quarterly Residential Report summarises the market for prospective buyers and renters and gives an accurate view of market conditions and trends in the city centre. An archive of all City Residential Quarterly Residential Reports can be found HERE

All the reports for 2023 can be found below:

Q1 2024 Have we hit peak Airbnb?

Q4 2023 Fresh Start or False Start? 

Q3 2023 Landlord’s Delight

Q2 2023 The Perfect Storm

Q1 2023 Sales market recovers strongly.

All the reports for 2022 can be found below:

Q4 2022 Rentals boom whilst sales falter?

Q3 2022 Kami-Kwasi budget wrecks carnage.

Q2 2022 Have we hit peak rent?

Q1 2022 Does the new Local Plan unlock development?

All the reports for 2021 can be found below:

Q4 2021 Landlord Licensing Returns

Q3 2021 Market runs out of stock

Q2 2021 Private Rented v Build to Rent

Q1 2021 Strong market hit by cladding issues

All the reports for 2020 can be found below:

Q4 2020 Can Liverpool bounce back

Q3 2020 Crazy market in a crazy world

Q2 2020 Back from the brink

Q1 2020 Coronavirus stuns the market

All the reports for 2019 can be found below:

Q4 2019 What’s next for the market post-election?

Q3 2019 Is this the end of Fractional Sales? 

Q2 2019 Opportunities for Build to Rent

Q1 2019 Tough times ahead for Landlords!

An archive of all past Reports can be found at the City Residential website HERE and also for 2018 below:

Q1 2018 ‘Stalled Developments Hit the Headlines’

Q2 2018 Liverpool’s student market outperforming UK

 Q3 2018 Development Pipeline Slows Sharply

Q4 2018 Turning Point for Stalled Developments