The average property is selling for 96% of its asking price
Homes in many Prime Central London postcodes are selling for c.10% less than their asking prices... Fewer than 1% of postcode areas in England & Wales manage an average selling price above asking...
Property sales boom ‘is not anticipated to last’ but ‘there is no sign of house price inflation losing any steam’ – RICS
Surveyors report the widest mismatch between property supply and demand since 2013, as agreed sales numbers continue to rise ahead of the end of the Stamp Duty holiday.
Official pre-virus data indicates that the annual rate of UK property price inflation fell from +1.7% in December to +1.3% in January.
Winkworth has reported a 48% surge in central London buying activity (15% ahead of the five-year average), but still describes the market as "muted".
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Longstanding independent firm ramps up resi division with recruitment of high-profile broker & star of Britain’s Most Expensive Houses as head of sales.
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.
Boutique development on Mount Street houses four luxury apartments designed by Rigby & Rigby, plus some retail and office space.
Freehold swathe on sought-after Tite Street has scope for a significant prime resi scheme.
Hamish Bruce has joined Inhous following stints at Marsh & Parsons and Black Brick.
'The release of these incredible apartments is in response to growing demand for an option to purchase a home and we are seeing strong interest,' says Henry Lumby, Director of Sales at Auriens Chelsea
Election 2024: Prime property sector sees “cause for optimism” in the prospect of a Labour government
'The likelihood of an incoming Labour government no longer feels like a massive threat to prime property markets in London and the country,' says Middleton Advisors.
The luxury estate agency is assembling a stellar team as it embarks on a 'new era' under its new owner.
The property developer, which floated in London earlier this year, is working with top-flight luxury brands including Lamborghini, Missoni and Dolce & Gabbana.
Buying agent Ollie Marshall surveys the economic landscape as hopes rise that we may have finally reached the end of this tightening cycle.
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.