Giles Barrett: On the fragmentation of the property market
'I just looked at the leading portal for ‘Notting Hill properties launched within the last 7 days’; from the 72 new listings, there were 34 different agents. If I’m completely honest, I hadn’t heard of 10% of them'
While the world has changed beyond recognition in many ways since 1994, it remains surprisingly similar in others, writes Hugh Obbard.
By Hugh Obbard
As Hamptons updates its sales and rental market forecasts for the next few years, Aneisha Beveridge and her research team highlight six key trends to watch in 2024...
"'Buy in haste, repent at leisure' applies throughout the property market – but especially to new builds."
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Luxury agency announces another big-name hire as dramatic scaling-up continues.
Adam-designed trophy home has been 'reimagined for 21st century living' by MSMR Architects and 1508 London, at a total cost of nearly £50mn.
Julian Bicknell-designed stunner is the most expensive home sold on St George’s Hill this year.
Edvin Griskin won numerous awards as a top negotiator at his former firm.
'Having access to nature and green spaces is more important to residents than having access to public transport, shops and restaurants, and employment opportunities,' says Rightmove after surveying 26,000…
YouTube star & luxury real estate agency team up to showcase the '$1bn' Chateau Du Champs De Bataille in Normandy, which is now up for rent.
Cohort Capital completes another PCL mega-deal as ultra-prime sector 'remains well insulated from wider economic headwinds'.
Charles Lloyd, aka 'Mr Mayfair', has rejoined the luxury agency from CBRE.
Agents confirm sale of final unit at developer's 'landmark' Harcourt House project, which attracted interest from around the globe.
An unusually large number of rarely-available residences have been changing hands in NW3 lately, notes Aston Chase.
A new partnership 'merges the world of real estate and automotive excellence to set new standards in luxury design and living.'
'Strong demand and tight supply' will 'overshadow higher interest rates' to push international home values up in the coming year, says Reuters after polling over 100 property market experts.