Luggala, a 5,000 acre swathe of Co Wicklow, has been described as ‘a piece of art come to life’
Former NAEA President Mark Bentley has joined the UK arm of American online property brokerage eXp
Rightmove Plc’s long-serving Finance Director, Robyn Perriss, is to step down next year.
Buyer picks up chunky family home in the Boltons Conservation Area with planning to enlarge; other notable sales include a £9.5m house on Notting Hill’s Arundel Gardens and a £9.95m Kensington new-build designed by Onyx London
The weak Pound has boosted the proportion of British homes let by overseas landlords, from 7% last year to 11% this year, according to Hamptons; it’s the first rise since the estate agency started counting in 2010.
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Seasoned buying agents can pick up on subtle hints that vendors aren’t committed, says Jo Eccles, allowing their clients to exit earlier, on their terms, and with less financial and emotional cost…
Demand for rental properties in London has increased by 13% compared to last year, reports Foxtons, while supply has fallen by 16%
The public sees Brexit and healthcare as the most important issues in the run-up to December’s General Election. Housing is seen as less important now than in 2017, but still ranks ahead of education and defence, according to YouGov
It certainly doesn’t feel like we are living through the longest property market crash in history, writes Ross Clark in this well-informed piece for The Spectator…
Ten one-off Christmas wreaths, created by some of the biggest names in British interior design, are being raffled off to support Karen Howes’ Place2Be charity carol concert
“The housing market is showing a remarkable stoicism given the backdrop of unmet Brexit deadlines, ‘flextensions’ and a December election,” says Fine & Country, although prices and volumes at the top-end continue to fall.