The London property market has developed some exciting trends in recent months: prices for property in the Capital are continuing to grow with no sign of abating. This is driven in part by the rarity of properties for sale, with the imbalance between potential buyers and available properties keeping prices buoyant. London also remains a popular place to live, and young professionals are flocking to the City in search of opportunities.
Thursday, January 28, 2016
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
London is the political, media and economic hub of the United Kingdom. It is, therefore; clear why a person would find it difficult getting a property to rent in the city. This challenge makes people throw reason to the wind whenever they get properties that could fit their requirements. It is good to carry out a rational assessment of a rental property before paying your deposit to avoid regrets in the future. A viewing checklist will guide you when searching for a new home.
Thursday, January 21, 2016
Buying a commercial property in London can be a nerve-wracking yet thrilling process, particularly for a first-time buyer. It's not easy to know precisely what you can expect. It is even more complex when you must take out a mortgage.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
If we examine the prices of houses in London over the last ten years, it seems to be the case that they are constantly going up. This is fantastic if you own one because there is no doubt that London property is a solid investment for the long and short term. Why is London so different from the rest of the UK? The answer is the fundamental law of supply and demand. Over the last quarter of a century, the population of the UK's capital has gone up by 20 per cent, and the number of houses in the city has not increased by anywhere near that level. More demand and less supply have the effect of a rise in prices.