Residential property & London house prices
Residential property news
Talks of London homes being hit by a mansion tax are causing a “subduing effect on buyers”, according to Savills.
Well, the half of you Londoners who rent your homes will probably be happy at today’s news.
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You must be pretty bored hearing people banging on about how living in London digs a bottomless hole in your pocket.
If you thought the Candy brothers, the men behind Knightsbridge’s One Hyde Park apartments, are all about expensive property then you’re wrong.
“Love at first sight” – that’s how Sting described the luxury flat at the Battersea Power Station redevelopment that he’s just snapped up.
London is officially the most expensive city in the world for luxury new-build property, according to CBRE.
Admit it Londoners, you’re pretty smug about how the pricetag of your property is a national obsession.
It’s going to be one of London’s largest roof gardens – a space more than 350 metres long full of interlacing garden walkways, mini forests of birch trees and free-standing hammocks. There’s even a fitness deck.
Almost one in three wealthy Londoners are planning to leave in the next five years, according to a report by Barclays Wealth and Investment Management.
An energy crisis is on the horizon as the UK is paying more than ever for electricity and gas despite using less.
Housing justice protestors have surrounded Olympia to campaign against MIPIM, the world’s biggest property conference.
Housing demand in London is down for the fifth consecutive quarter and surveyors expect prices will fall over the next three months.
Number 1 the Thames, is a pretty snazzy address, and one lucky buyer has just snapped it up for what is comparatively, a pittance.
Four homes with spectacular view over Green Park have been sold for an average value of £5,100 per square foot.
Old Oak is set to emerge as a newly thriving London area within a few years, if government and Transport for London (TfL) proposals come to fruition.
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