Are House Prices in London Falling?

The data suggests that house prices – and overall sales – are indeed on a downward spiral. Property website Zoopla predicts that house sales will fall by around half for 2020 compared to 2019.

Coronavirus Puts London Property Market on Hold

The London housing market has been frozen following instructions from the government for real estate agents to close up shop until the coronavirus lockdown passes. Buyers and sellers are being asked to hold off on moving home as much as possible.

Increase in “Virtual” Home Tours

Online home viewings are soaring in response to the pandemic. There’s millions more people at home now, and one way those people are spending their time is looking through property listings and seeing what’s available.

London’s Commercial Property Market Sees Surge Now Brexit is Over

The London property market – in particular the commercial sector – is set to see plenty of investment in 2020 with international investors looking to enter the high-yielding market. The latest research into property data by Knight Frank shows that investors have increased capital aimed at commercial assets to £48.4bn,...

£1.5m+ Property in London Sees Growth

There has been a lot of competition for property in the London market, with prime property seeing the bulk of it. Transactions for this kind of property increased by 34% for the fourth quarter of 2019 year-on-year, representing great growth for the market. This increase in competition is sure to...