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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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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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London property market stalls in the wake of Brexit

London property market stalls in the wake of Brexit

More information has emerged to demonstrate the implications on the London property market, as per the decision to leave the European Union on June 23rd, 2016.

The UK Prime Minister has invoked Article 50, allowing the UK to be the first country to trigger an exit from the European Union, with negotiations set to take place over the next couple of years.

Considering last year’s referendum result, the London property market has stabilized and many investors are now going back to buying ...

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Little Change Seen for UK house prices During 2017

Little Change Seen for UK house prices During 2017

2016 ushered in few major changes, some of them unexpected. They have, of course, had an impact on the UK’s housing market and prices and the general trend has been for house price inflation and activity to slow. With the whole of 2017 still ahead of us, we’ve taken a look at some of the expectations and forecasts for UK house prices over the coming 12 months.

According to data from lender Halifax’s monthly house price index, you can clearly see ...

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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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House Prices in London Vs the Rest of the UK

House Prices in London Vs the Rest of the UK

London house prices have recently doubles in comparison to the rest of the UK’s. The asking price in London is over £400,000 with Russians, Indians and Italians being the highest non-British buyers – a staggering 4 out of 10 homes over 1M were bought by foreign buyers.

Here is an infographic that covers it all in more depth:

Uk Housing Market and Prices

Source: http://www.webuyanyhouse.co.uk/house-prices-london.html

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Will the dreaded Mansion Tax affect London house prices?

Will the dreaded Mansion Tax affect London house prices?

It’s enough to spark fear into the hearts of asset-rich cash-poor middle class Londoners. Yes, it’s the Mansion Tax – the ultimate penalty for those who’ve benefited from soaring London property prices and whose houses (or flats) have been pushed up into the millions. Plans have been floated by the Labour Chancellor Ed Balls – and they’ve been backed by Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg. The idea is that properties worth more than £2 million will be subject to the ...

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