Prime Central London property prices fell by 0.4% in October, with an overall annual decline in prices to 2.3%. On the bright side, while prices may be falling, there is early evidence of increased demand from buyers.Sales volumes between £2m to £5m, for example, which is a bracket that has been hit relatively hard by previous stamp duty reform, were higher in October than in any month this year. Continue reading “Latest London Property News – November 2016” »
Following on from Brexit, it seems Donald Trump’s win should not come as a surprise. We look at the possible and likely impacts his election will have on the Prime Central London property market.