Company Tag: Haringtons

Leading property brokers, developers & market-watchers have broadly welcomed news of an imminent General Election.

One of the UK's longest-standing acquisition firms reports on how buyers are responding to the current economic uncertainty, and a looming general election.

The spectre of Corbyn may be laid to rest, but the threat of a mansion tax continues to haunt the streets of PCL as election chatter intensifies

After nine years with Savills, Toby Downes moved to Redbook in 2021. He's now joined independent buying agency Haringtons as a London specialist.

Chancellor Hunt has slashed CGT allowances, time-limited Kwarsi Kwarteng's Stamp Duty cuts, and subjected many more people to the top rate of Income Tax - but the run of tax increases come will come into…

A surprisingly mixed set of responses from the property sector, featuring insights from Savills, Knight Frank, Rightmove, Maskells, Cluttons, Jackson-Stops, JLL, Winkworth, Carter Jonas, Chestertons, …

Veteran buying agent Jonathan Harington calls for more regulation of the profession, after witnessing a rival's client act on "terrible advice" in order to win a 13-way bidding war.

2022 has so far been defined by high demand and low supply - and the return to more balanced conditions doesn’t appear imminent, writes buying agent Plum Fenton

As the first major piece of leasehold reform in a generation finally becomes legislation, buying agent Nina Harrison reflects on the long-requested need to transform leasehold agreements - and what impact …

The total number of registered buy-side agencies has breached 1,000 for the first time, PrimeResi reveals.

"Something that was seen as a luxury before has become essential": With insights from Property Vision, Thea Carroll, Garrington, Haringtons, Prime Purchase and Stacks, PrimeResi explores how property buying…

Buying agency Haringtons is reporting "a huge influx" of demand for large furnished rental properties in prime London, as families are forced out of their homes by the recent flooding.