With supercar thefts on the rise in PCL, agents are expecting lots of interest in this 215 square foot spot below Kingston House South
The UK’s second-biggest property company is in the process of lining up a successor to long-standing chief exec Chris Grigg, according to reports
Extra-special proposition on one of north London’s top turnings changes hands for the first time in 40 years
Tim Hassell’s Draker Lettings is hoping to attract the attentions of landlords across Notting Hill, Bayswater and Holland Park with a ‘compelling’ offer
New-build transaction slump should serve as a cautionary tale against any further tax tinkering, warns LCP
Near-two acre plot next to the prestigious Coombe Hill golf club has room for three palatial residences measuring 12,500 square feet apiece
Demand may be surging, but new property listings have fallen by 21% year-on-year says Knight Frank, while January’s UK transaction tally was 4% lower than in 2019…
“The PropTech movement is reaching a critical mass,” says Professor Baum of Oxford Saïd Business School. “Regulatory roadblocks remain, but the first companies to overcome them will reap huge rewards. 2020 looks set to be a year of disruption for the real estate industry.”
All housebuilders will need to sign-up to Robert Jenrick’s New Homes Ombudsman scheme.
North Devon and southern Wales saw the highest rates of property price inflation last year, while London boroughs saw the sharpest falls.
LSL and Countrywide – which operate around 1,000 estate agency branches between them, including Marsh & Parsons, Hamptons and John D Wood – are reported to be in “serious” discussions about merging. “Countrywide confirms that it is in discussions with LSL Property Services plc regarding a possible all-share combination,” said the firm’s Company Secretary this morning.
Buyers’ and sellers’ confidence and optimism is ‘back with a bang’, according to Chestertons