Residential property & London house prices
Residential property news
You won’t believe how many British assets the oil-rich emirate holds stakes in
Foxtons’ shiny glass-fronted offices have become symbolic of London’s gentrification over the last decade.
If you’ve ever rented a room in London you’ll know that finding an affordable room to rent here is like winning a million-pound lottery.
No typos there, you read that right.
Christian Candy’s plans to build a seven-storey luxury apartment block in Holland Park have just been turned down by Kensington & Chelsea council.
Stump up £8.9m and you can buy London’s largest penthouse which is the size of five three-bed semis.
Now here’s a stat to make you choke on your coffee…
Glencore boss Telis Mistakidis must be thanking his lucky stars he didn’t wait any longer to purchase his new pad.
What goes up…
Unless you go shared ownership, are retiring or can pay in cash
They’re back, and they’re armed with deposits.
We’re all guilty of it: surfing property websites for hot homes that we couldn’t afford to buy…
But it’s not all that dramatic, so don’t panic
Bad news, Londoners – only two London areas are among the 50 best places to live in the UK.
And now for some excellent or alarming news, depending on which side of the fence you’re on.
Westminster, the borough of the rich and famous, has become the least popular London area to buy property in.
“Now what on earth has London Mayor Boris Johnson done to deserve jail?” You might be wondering.
Average asking prices in all of London’s 32 boroughs have seen a drop.
How expensive is a home on Grosvenor Crescent, the most expensive street in Britain? So expensive that Cheryl Cole’s £16m fortune will fall short for buying a typical Grade II listed house on that street.
Quite a lot of super-rich people, it seems…
The total wealth of the 250 wealthiest property investors in Britain is a whopping £218.3bn – that’s more than Facebook’s market cap, the value of
London house prices & residential news: archive
“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.