Buyers paying ‘significantly more’ for homes with low-carbon tech, says Savills, as energy prices rise
59% of home-buyers are willing to pay extra for a home that primarily uses renewable energy, according to a new survey, while a third of buyers think EPC ratings are more important now than they were a year ago.
Consumer sentiment is increasing towards more sustainable "green" homes, say Lucy Greenwood & Patrick Eve of Savills, but only larger homes achieve a "green" premium.
Less than a quarter of surveyors think that a property’s energy efficiency rating has any impact at all on a its selling price, according to a new survey by the RICS.
Around two fifths of future house-hunters say they would consider the energy efficiency of their next home, up sharply from just over one fifth who thought about this with their last property purchase
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Another major acquisition creates London's biggest estate agency network.
‘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'
Housing secretary Michael Gove is bringing forward plans to reform England's "outdated" leasehold system
A.London completes 4,664 sq ft penthouse project at latest Berkeley scheme in W2
AGC is the the first British interior design collective to raise its social credentials with B Corp accreditation, joining the likes of Patagonia, The Modern House and The Portman Estate.
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.
Fleet-footed buyers have already snapped up 20% of the residences at 8 Eaton Lane ahead of this month's official launch
If we all stopped in our tracks every time the papers rang a bell to call the onset of the next property crash, none of us would have bought homes since 1998, says buying agent Saul Empson...
By Saul Empson
‘A seismic evolution’: Second Generation build-to-rent developments ‘feel more like lifestyle hotels’
Knight Frank's Oliver Heywood highlights the latest trends shaping Britain's burgeoning BtR sector - following a 'seismic evolution' in recent years.
Covid has left a ‘structural and lasting impact’ on the capital’s property market, says major agency
New analysis shows the average price of houses sold across the capital has soared by 23.4% since February 2020, while flat values remain in negative territory...
Traditionally-inspired residence and gardens proposed for site neighbouring one of Britain's finest country house hotels
C.5,000 sq ft double-fronted Georgian affair is the widest house on Manchester Street
Those who missed this week’s overseas entities deadline face ‘severe restrictions on their ability to buy and sell property’
Companies House is 'now assessing and preparing cases for enforcement action'.