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Latest London Property News – July 2017

With the 3% stamp duty hike for second homes in Q2 last year and a snap election this year has meant evaluating what is happening to the prime market is increasingly difficult. According to data provider LonRes, property prices in prime central London have been recorded at 4.4% lower in the first half of 2017 versus the same period in 2016. Continue reading “Latest London Property News – July 2017” »

Latest London Property News – April 2017

Latest research shows that property values in the prime London residential market are bottoming out and finding their level as the rate of decline has notably slowed in the first quarter of 2017. Prices across all prime London reportedly fell by 0.3% in Q1 this year, compared to 2.2% in Q1 last year. This places values 6.1% below the market peak of 2014. Continue reading “Latest London Property News – April 2017” »

Latest London Property News – March 2017

There’s certainly no dull moment in the central London property market; currently buyers are passing added buying costs such as stamp duty back to vendors, some vendors are pricing realistically and selling whilst others continue to stand their ground. One thing for certain, is the increased levels of buyers in the market looking for ‘Brexit bargains’. Continue reading “Latest London Property News – March 2017” »

Latest London Property News – February 2017

According to the Financial Times, the London residential property market is now improving – with the number of homes under offer in some of the British capital’s most expensive postcodes being the highest since the Brexit vote.

Without a doubt, a rising interest in buyers from China is partly behind the recovery. As we revealed in 2016, London received a record £4 billion in property investments from China over the course of that year. Continue reading “Latest London Property News – February 2017” »

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