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This time last year no one in the UK could have possibly guessed the outcome of the Brexit referendum. With Brexit looming, many property buyers and sellers held off and waited in anticipation of the result. After the shock of the referendum, it was expected that the London property market would take a particularly hard […]

Anderson Street, Chelsea Local Authority – Kensington and Chelsea Our property of the month of February is in Anderson Street. A charming and unique 4 bed town-house situated in the heart of Chelsea. Recently renovated, this grade II listed property now boasts a superb entertaining space with a first-floor double reception and ground floor kitchen […]

Successive increases in stamp duty including the buy-to-let surcharge of 3% on second homes last April has failed to dampen Stamp Duty receipts. According to government figures, Stamp duty surcharge on buy-to-lets generated nearly £1 billion of revenue in the last 6 months of 2016. Overall Stamp Duty on residential homes climbed to £8.28 billion […]

Finally, the wait is over! Lloyds have announced that Eaton Square tops the poll as the most expensive street in England and Wales. Built in the 19th Century around a 2.5-hectare private garden, it features stucco white facades and is a stone’s throw away from upmarket Knightsbridge and Chelsea. With property prices averaging little under […]

Until recently there were two separate camps of buyers. Those who would only consider period properties with their “character” and original features, and those who favoured the easy-living low-maintenance of newbuild. There may be new developments popping up all over London as housebuilders scramble to serve the property needs of an ever-growing capital, but it […]

So 2016 has not been the best year for buyers and sellers. With huge stamp duty reforms increasing stamp duty on additional properties by 3% and excluding property investors from capital gains cuts, London’s property market has slowed exponentially in 2016.  Coupled with Brexit and widespread uncertainty, people buying and selling property throughout the UK […]

The average asking price of a property in London has increased by more than £30,000 since the start of 2013, according to figures from property website Rightmove, and is now comfortably through the half-a-million pound mark, at £515,243. It sounds a lot, but in some parts of the capital it is small change.

The average asking price of a property in London has increased by more than £30,000 since the start of 2013, according to figures from property website Rightmove, and is now comfortably through the half-a-million pound mark, at £515,243. It sounds a lot, but in some parts of the capital it is small change.

There was a time in the not-so-distant past that the real estate property markets in
 Monaco and London were vastly different. Times change, and so does the
 real estate market. Today, the prime real estate markets in central London and 
Monaco look much more like twins, both with similar features, trends and buyer
 profiles, and they represent Europe’s leading locations for luxury property.

According to research published today by global property advisor Savills, “prime central London is looking more fully valued than other prime markets” and is expected to grow by a total of 22.7% in the next five years. By contrast, property in the London suburbs is expected to see a 26.3% rise in value between 2014 and 2018. “The gap between prime central London and its prime commuter markets has probably peaked and wealth has finally begun to flow out of the capital,” explains Savills’ analyst Sophie Chick. “We have already seen the predominantly domestic markets of outer prime London outperforming prime central London over the past year. We expect 2014 to be the year of the super suburbs.”

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