NEWS & INSIGHTS: Market Comment
March 30, 2023
Prime County Market Insight March 2023
To Spring 2023, we thought it would be a good time to provide our independent insight of what we see going on in the prime residential and rural property markets. Read more
October 28, 2022
The cards that are burning holes in everyone’s pockets…
Rising borrowing costs are weighing down rapidly on house prices, with tight supply of good quality stock and international buyers benefiting from a weakening pound all helping to act as a slight buffer. Read more
April 7, 2022
Prime London Insight Report – Spring 2022
Throughout the onset of the pandemic, we all watched with great interest as speculators considered a potential crash in the London property market with a recovery either impossible or very slow… Read more
February 8, 2022
Leasehold Reform in Motion
The first in ground-breaking leaseholder reforms becomes legislation – ending ground rents for new, qualifying long residential leasehold properties. In this article, we reflect on the long-requested need to transform leasehold agreements and what… Read more
November 18, 2021
Is the property market defying gravity?
The sales market within prime central London has been encouragingly resilient, outside of the initial lockdown. The noticeable reduction in international demand brought on by the travel restrictions was cushioned by Londoners. Read more
June 9, 2021
A Perfect Storm
It’s no secret to anyone who reads the papers that this year the country market is a wild hive of activity. The demand for £1.5-3.5 million family houses in the more sought-after counties has simply exploded and some agents have been quoted as sa… Read more
November 18, 2020
The Role of The Buying Agent
The main role of a buying agent is to add value to the process of finding a property as well as buying it. That is not just saving money for my clients, but also steering them through the inevitable minefield. Very few purchases are completely drama… Read more
November 2, 2020
“Que Sera, Sera…”
When the property market came out of lockdown in June, the entire property industry held its breath. Covid19 felt like the latest in a long series of crisis over the last ten years: We’ve had referenda on proportional representation, Scottish devo… Read more
June 16, 2020
The Curate’s Egg
The property market has had something of a torrid time of it recently; over the last ten years we have had referenda on proportional representation, Scottish devolution and membership of the European Union, we’ve also had four general elections, t… Read more
February 28, 2020
What a difference a day makes
Simone Signoret, the great French actress once said “Nostalgia is just not what it used to be” and it’s all too easy to get into the mindset that things today are not as good as they once were. When I sit down to write our market comments, I t… Read more
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