Despite a terrifying political and economic backdrop, many industry insiders believe the balance of power is about to shift from the purchaser to the seller for the first time in five years, writes veteran agent Trevor Abrahmsohn
Whilst some are loudly weeping over the wayward actions of our politicians, others are quietly getting on and acquiring great houses, notes Albert Hill in his round-up of Spring market and design trends
There was a flurry of buyers looking to ‘beat the Brexit deadline’ in Prime Central London in the first few months of the year, according to London Central Portfolio – but ‘this flurry appears to have subsided’ after the European can was kicked to Halloween
Targeting a specific buyer demographic is no longer a case of advertising in the right magazines, notes Simon Deen; the world has moved on, and buying patterns have been forever changed; but are even the portals prepared for what’s coming next?
Recent figures suggest the majority of EU investors remain unfazed by the uncertainty in the London market, and even relishing the opportunities being created, say property lawyers Julian Bishop & Emma Shipp…
Property prices in Prime Central London have fallen for the last 19 quarters, but the Savills research team is now spying a return to positive growth -although we’re still five years away from a ‘normal’ market