PCL is a buying opportunity at the moment – Black Brick
Window could last for another six to twelve months, says Mayfair agency.
'The market could go up a few per cent quite quickly, and a lot of good quality property has been held back from the market during lockdown', says Black Brick
Buying agents from Black Brick, Garrington and Property Vision were on hand to provide Coutts' clients with some valuable insight in recent webinar
Aston Chase estimates a refurbished entrance can boost values in older apartment buildings by up to 15%.
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The luxury estate agency is assembling a stellar team as it embarks on a 'new era' under its new owner.
Andrew Russell & Ben Bentley's independent firm, The Country House Department, is on course for a 'record' year following a number of big-ticket deals.
Property firm adds new faces to its top-tier lettings teams in Prime Central London and in South West London & the Home Counties
Freehold swathe on sought-after Tite Street has scope for a significant prime resi scheme.
Alex Michelin & Matthew Robertson's new development firm announces plans to deliver a 30-unit scheme on The Bishops Avenue, just weeks after embarking on a top-end project in St John's Wood.
Apartments at The Lucan - London’s first standalone Autograph Collection Residences - will come with a suite of five-star services laid on by luxury hotelier Marriott.
Compass Sports & Entertainment Division has partnered with David Johnson's INHOUS in the UK & Ireland
The property developer, which floated in London earlier this year, is working with top-flight luxury brands including Lamborghini, Missoni and Dolce & Gabbana.
James Waight's promotion marks 'a new era of leadership', says the prime estate agency.
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Knight Frank has updated its property market forecasts, expecting Prime Central London prices to out-perform other markets over the next five years.
Extraordinary and beautiful objects from the homes of illustrious interior designer Robert Kime, who passed away in August, will be sold at auction this week.