Mawson Collins – Channel Islands Property Consultants

Established on October 1st 2012, backed by over 35 years combined expertise in our field, we are qualified RICS regulated agents, valuers and property managers, offering a comprehensive blend of professional and practical services to residential and commercial Landlords, Tenants, Financial Institutions and Trust Managers across the Channel Islands. We specialise in many disciplines which are detailed on our services page.

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Hot off the press from Jonathan Loynes at Capital Economics

UK’s vote to leave EU sends shockwaves but is not the end of the world.

The UK’s vote to leave the European Union (EU) has clearly weakened the near-term outlook for the UK and global economies. But we still think that it will ultimately prove to be less damaging than many estimates have suggested.

The estimated result at the time of writing of a 52%/48% victory for the Leave camp is a substantial surprise, particularly after the recent swing in the opinion polls back towards Remain. The widespread assumption that the majority of undecideds would plump for the status quo was clearly wrong. The market response to the outcome has been predictably negative, with the pound dropping by some 10% or so to a 30-year low of $1.34 at the time of writing. We’ve suggested before that it could drop as far as $1.20.

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Hot off the press from Jonathan Loynes at Capital Economics

UK’s vote to leave EU sends shockwaves but is not the end of the world.

The UK’s vote to leave the European Union (EU) has clearly weakened the near-term outlook for the UK and global economies. But we still think that it will ultimately prove to be less damaging than many estimates have suggested.

The estimated result at the time of writing of a 52%/48% victory for the Leave camp is a substantial surprise, particularly after the recent swing in the opinion polls back towards Remain. The widespread assumption that the majority of undecideds would plump for the status quo was clearly wrong. The market response to the outcome has been predictably negative, with the pound dropping by some 10% or so to a 30-year low of $1.34 at the time of writing. We’ve suggested before that it could drop as far as $1.20.

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New Recruit

We are delighted to announce that Geoff Mauger will be joining us from 1 March to work alongside Mike Collins on our ... Read more

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