Race for space is over, says buying agency
Black Brick has been 'inundated' with requests for classic two-bed flats around Hyde Park - and buyers aren't even asking about a garden or balcony...
'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
Which parts of the market are looking more vulnerable to the 2% overseas surcharge? And which streets are likely to prove ‘bullet-proof’ regardless of wider economic events?
Agency's latest sentiment survey suggests demand will remain strong in regional markets, even when restrictions are eased.
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Johns&Co adds new offices and a flagship HQ in 'pivotal' year.
UK Sotheby's International Realty has recruited two industry veterans from Knight Frank to head up its new offering beyond the capital.
'Sensational' double-fronted residence near Harrods was created by one of London's top luxury developers.
New legislation is in the works that will require owners to secure change of use consent for short-term rental properties in England.
In Pictures: Daniel Baliti and Jeremy Spencer's firm has secured planning consent for a significant resi-led scheme, located between The Whiteley and Park Modern in W2.
Georgian-inspired gem in Shropshire was built in a grand manner, using state of the art tech.
'Landmark' 50-storey tower at Bankside Yards is the tallest new resi structure currently under development in PCL.
IN PICTURES: 'Pearl of neoclassicism' sparked unprecedented global interest, reports brokerage.
This is the first phase of a 1,120-home redevelopment of Church Street in Marylebone - Westminster's largest regeneration scheme.
An expanded collaboration with Malmö-based agency Croisette gives Knight Frank a 'comprehensive approach to real estate' in Sweden, Iceland, Denmark and Finland.
Despite joining the Euro and Schengen zone, Croatia's property market saw a decline in both international and domestic buyer demand last year
By Ivan Varat
'We expect house prices to fall between 2% and 4% this year,' says Britain’s biggest mortgage lender.