Golden Postcode Opportunity: Is Prime Central London property now cheap?
Just how far have PCL prices fallen since 2014 and how much value does the area offer as an investment in comparison to other assets? Fund manager-turned-buying agent, Fraser Slater takes a look at the evidence...
CEO at Ludgrove Property
Fraser is the CEO and Founder of Ludgrove. With 25 years experience as a Fund Manager and Property Developer in Chelsea, Fraser started Ludgrove with an ambition to create London's leading property buying agency. Fraser has a flair for spotting undiscovered property opportunities. This combined with his professionalism and expert negotiating skills honed on City trading floors, have won him the trust of some of the worlds' leading businessmen and entrepreneurs. Besides property his passions include cricket, skiing, football, rugby and the stock market. Fraser has lived in Prime Central London for over 20 years.
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By Lucian Cook
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