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Millions in London are feeling the “Crossrail Effect”

Transport for London (TfL) has announced that the highly anticipated Elizabeth line, known as Crossrail, will open on 24 May, marking a historic moment for the capital.

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Property shortages and price hikes continue in London

Shortages of property for sale in London is continuing with the number of properties for sale still historically low, with apartments in particularly high demand, both from owner occupiers and buy-to-let investors. The scarcity of properties and rise in the number of potential buyers, is causing property prices in London to grow at their fastest rate …

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A return to London life creates huge shortages of rental properties in London

The growing number of Londoners returning to the Capital after the pandemic is continuing to exacerbate the shortage of rental properties in London.  Londoners who moved away from London during the lockdowns, have been steadily making a return to the office, so demand for well-presented homes to rent in popular locations is at an all-time …

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How serious is Japanese Knotweed for landlords?

Japanese Knotweed – two words that can strike fear into the hearts of landlords – and property owners generally.  But what is Japanese Knotweed and how serious a problem is it if you find it in the garden of your property?

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Demand for residential properties in North West London continues to grow

We continue to see strong and increasing demand for residential properties across North West London, across all price points, from one and two bed flats to large family homes.   We had a record number of registrations during the Easter break and we are already seeing rising numbers of enquiries and viewings, quickly leading to sales …

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Woolwich, with excellent transport connectivity, is a prime choice for living or investing

As London habitants, we are always amused by what East London has to offer. That’s because the government and large corporations have thrown a large sum of money to transform the area into a modern “wonderland”. Perhaps the word wonderland does not best describe the area, but there are something wonderful going around in those regeneration schemes.

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The London property sales market sees growing momentum

Demand for residential property across London continues to grow, with enquiries from both homebuyers and investors rising as we move into the second quarter of 2022.  We’re carrying out increasing numbers of valuations for sellers and enquiry levels are growing too, while many sales that were agreed at the start of the year are now …

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Demand for London rental accommodation still at high levels

Demand for rental properties in London shows no signs of slowing down.  In fact, we’re seeing quite the opposite, as quality enquries from professionals relocating here from overseas continues to rise, together with UK-based professionals already living here but looking for a move.  Large tech and other companies are now asking their staff to return …

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Is Kensington still considered prime property?

Any lingering doubts about Kensington’s reputation as one of the Prime Central London districts can easily be settled by taking a stroll down its vibrant main thoroughfare. Starting at the majestic museum quarter and ending at the ornate gates of Holland Park, Kensington High Street cuts a glamorous route through the entire area. In between, …

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Strong demand for London property from Hong Kong and Chinese buyers and renters

We are seeing strong and increasing demand from Hong Kong professionals looking to find a home in London.  Many are moving to the UK under the BNO visa scheme and usually they decide to rent here first, perhaps for six months to a year, until they get to know an area and decide that this …

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Landlords beware, don’t fall victim to property fraud

It’s every landlord’s worst nightmare.  You’re happily renting out your property to someone you believe to be a genuine tenant, only to discover the tenant is a criminal, has stolen your identity and sold your property using fake documents. It’s a fraud known as ‘property hijacking’ or ‘house hijacking’ and it’s becoming a serious problem.  …

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Record number of London property sales agreed at the start of 2022

The end of lockdown restrictions and a return to working in the office, is helping to fuel the current demand for residential properties across London.  The start of 2022 has been exceptionally busy and enquiries from homebuyers are rocketing.  In fact, this has been a record start to the year for us – our busiest …

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