Mickey Alam Khan is President of Luxury Portfolio International, the leading network of the world’s premier luxury real estate brokerages and their top agents
One prime estate agency has listed properties for sale in more than half of the nation's postcodes in the last six months, significantly out-covering any other brick-and-mortar firm.
Charles Medina has moved from Savills to become a Director at Strutt & Parker in Mayfair and Marylebone.
Strutt & Parker's London new homes sales chief reflects on the big themes to emerge in the prime development sector lately, and the projects currently setting the tone in the luxury market...
By Keir Waddell
Another major acquisition creates London's biggest estate agency network.
Housing secretary Michael Gove is bringing forward plans to reform England's "outdated" leasehold system
Jason Corbett's independent outfit, Rowallan Buying Agents, will focus on SW London and the Home Counties
Estate agency promotion promises 'a property tour de force for Islington', says Savills' head of London resi.
A.London completes 4,664 sq ft penthouse project at latest Berkeley scheme in W2
‘We have always wanted to create the best independent, boutique agency in PCL’: PrimeResi meets Alex Bourne & Richard Douglas of London House
'We have broken records in almost every part of Prime Central London over the last few months'
‘Another clear sign that it will be a challenging year for the housing market’: Industry reactions to the latest BoE mortgage data
Prime property insiders offer their take on new Bank of England data, highlighting a steep drop-off in mortgage lending at the end of last year - featuring Savills, Knight Frank Finance, SPF Private Clients…
'Much of the froth has now come out of the market and buyers are generally more measured in their approach, especially with regard to values,' says buying agency Heaton & Partners.
Property developer, which bought forward the launch of the final phase at Triptych Bankside, tells of continued strong demand from UK and international buyers.
Housing Secretary warns of 'significant consequences' for housebuilders that fail to comply.