Revealing data from B2B platform LonRes ‘demonstrates the increasing volume of serious purchasers looking to buy now’
“Mr Sunak has been forced to bring forward the [Stamp Duty holiday] because of fears the housing market would freeze while buyers waited for it to come in the autumn”, reports The Sun.
The headline figures may show prices falling, but the reality is that buyers in many prime areas are facing stiff competition for anything decent, warns Black Brick
OUD is a major partnership between Oxford University and Legal & General, tasked with developing thousands of homes for students and staff alongside new science and innovation districts.
“I can’t see there being a mass exodus from the capital but it does look set to be much more challenging for sellers of more expensive properties in zone 1 and parts of zone 2 who are looking to sell quickly,” says Rightmove’s chief market pundit.
“Those with blood on their hands, the thugs and despots, the henchmen and dictators, will not be free to waltz into this country to buy up property on the King’s Road,” declares Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab.
97% of owners of Berkeley Homes in London would recommend the company, according to reviews platform HomeViews.
Landlords have been cutting asking prices to avoid being left with an empty property on their hands if lockdown restrictions are tightened again, reports Chestertons
Alex Hardy has been brought in as sales director on the boutique super-prime scheme in Mayfair, after working across Clivedale’s portfolio of top-end PCL projects.
Rumours are circulating of a Stamp Duty holiday up to £500k.
Auctioneer releases highest volume catalogue since lockdown began, with 250 lots – and 13 guided above £1m
New research reveals the associated costs of buying, holding and then selling a property around the globe…