London Property News

Strutt & Parker now expects PCL property prices to end this year 2-5% higher than they started it, having predicted 5-10% growth through 2022 just a few months ago

JLL estimates that sterling buyers are currently paying 35% more for London properties than they were in 2014, while those purchasing in US dollars are paying 3.8% less.

"Prices usually drop in August, and this 1.3% drop is on a par with the average August drop over the past ten years," explains the Rightmove team.

Croydon (CR0), Wandsworth (SW18) and Merton (SW19) are the most active London areas for home-buying activity, with each postcode seeing more than 60 homes sold each month.

Escalating costs of living and inflationary pressure are likely to slow the pace of prime rental price growth down in the coming months, says Savills - but the firm has still upgraded its five-year price…

High-end market continues to hold its own despite wider economic context, with demand staying high and stock levels still low…

High-society bank tells affluent clients that PCL is back in action.

New analysis finds the prime postcodes in rebalancing mode, with some encouraging signs, but the market is expected to soften as we head deeper into H2.

Regency stunner on Park Village West once served as John Nash’s office - and has an extraordinary private garden measuring a third of an acre.

Department for Digital Culture Media and Sport enlists agents to dispose of the landmark Blythe House, which has significant prime resi potential.

Five-storey mid-terrace in Westminster measures the length of a Mini Cooper.

PCL heartlands including Chelsea, Belgravia, Kensington, Mayfair & Knightsbridge have accounted for half of all high-end sales in 2022 so far.