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6 Considerations for Valuing Your Home in London

6 Considerations for Valuing Your Home in London

If you are deciding or considering to put up your home for sale, you should know that there some considerations you have to take, including the current housing market of UK and how you choose to market your home, whether it is online or through estate agents in Camberwell. These days, selling your home with an estate agent has become a new concept, which is why it is important to know the right things before you sell ...

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Where to live in South London

Where to live in South London

When looking for a home in London, it is crucial to first narrow down your search to one or two desirable areas.

Best Gapp Estate Agent in Knightsbridge recommend the following as key factors to consider: whether you would like to live in a house or flat, whether location or the size of the home is more important to you, if you need to be in close proximity to good schools and transport links, and whether you prefer ...

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Purchase A Conveyancing Quote And Own A Property In London

Purchase A Conveyancing Quote And Own A Property In London

The increasing numbers of homeowners in London are demanding the maximum number of properties and investments. In fact, London has also been a top most choice for the investors and they considered it to be the best way to earn a profitable income within less time. While dealing with a home investment, it is important to consider some important factors. As we know that a property ownership involves a legal procedure of transferring the authority to some other buyer. Especially ...

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More Seek Flats to Rent in Bloomsbury

More Seek Flats to Rent in Bloomsbury

Flats for rent in Bloomsbury have recently been in demand due to the proposed increases in University fees over the school year. Currently, nearly half the population of Bloomsbury is compromised of the important population of University students who are pursuing education and the academia that assists them in their pursuit. These individuals are increasingly in need of quality one and two bedroom flats with short term lease arrangements in a moderate price range.

Over the past year the number of ...

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London living- spotlight on the borough of Westminster

London living- spotlight on the borough of Westminster

It’s been well documented that buying a property in London is more expensive now than ever before. But that’s still not deterring thousands of buyers from overseas who are dazzled by its bright lights, culture and iconic sights and sounds.

Westminster, right in the heart of the capital, offers plenty of opportunities for affluent buyers who are looking for a great investment opportunity. Westminster estate agent, Andrew Reeves says, “There’s something for everyone in Westminster and it’s the ...

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What to Look for in a Removal Company

What to Look for in a Removal Company

Everyone knows how stressful moving house can be, from finding a new home, planning the move, and choosing a removal company. It’s important not to underestimate how much work and time goes into a house move. Hiring a reputable removal company will therefore take the stress out of the equation and make the process so much smoother.

However, before you pick a removal company, you need to be aware of certain criteria that makes them the right fit for ...

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Why new-build homes in Enfield are hot property

Why new-build homes in Enfield are hot property

The number of new homes being built in inner London has risen by more than 40% since the start of 2015, according to Proskips.

The London-based skip hire broker says research published in the Financial Times shows 19,000 residential properties are under construction in 30 inner London postcodes – a 43% rise on the 13,400 units under construction 18 months ago.

But although 54,000 homes are planned for inner London, housebuilding is also taking place in Enfield, where 10,000 new ...

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Prime central London remains a wise investment

Prime central London remains a wise investment

Demand for property in prime areas of central London continues to outstrip the availability of homes on the sales or rental market. 

The rental market in Belgravia, for example, remains strong and is likely to offset the extra 3% levy now being applied to standard stamp duty rates on all purchases of property that is not intended to be the buyer’s main home.

While the UK government has also ruled that residential property is excluded from a tax cut that will see ...

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Why property values in central London will hold firm

Why property values in central London will hold firm

Fears that property values in the West End of London are on the verge of collapse are false. 

While values in upmarket Kensington High Street have dropped 11.8% to reduce the average value of a home in this exclusive neighbourhood to  a fraction under £1.8m, values in east and west Soho and nearby Regent Street have climbed between 24.4% and 30% in the 12 months to April 2016

In fact, the average price of a studio flat in Soho now stands at ...

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Have you been priced out of London’s property market?

Have you been priced out of London’s property market?

A new map released by property portal Emoov has charted the average price of buying a property near all 280 London Underground stops.

Good transport links and living close to a tube stop are at the top of buyers and renters wish list however, the convenience of living close to one appears to come with a hefty price tag.

The most expensive

Zone 1 is by far the most expensive place for property. The average price of a home in ...

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