Prime Sales Volume Halves Post Brexit

Data taken from the Land Registry, and analysed by Khalil & Kane, shows that Prime London sales volumes fell to their lowest levels since Q2-2013 in the most recent quarter, following the result of the United Kingdom’s referendum on membership of the European Union. This put sales of properties worth over £1m down 50% (from 3,481 […]

Jude Law and Sienna Miller London Home

Jude Law and Sienna Miller have recently purchased this picturesque £8m ($12.5m) Georgian townhouse in Highgate,  London. The seven-bedroom property is a Grade II Listed house, circa 1820’s, and benefits from a drawing room, dining room, garden room, two fitted kitchens, family room,  art studio, gym, roof terrace, large patio and a 96-foot walled west-facing […]

Abramovich London Home

The latest addition to Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich’s ever-growing property portfolio is the luxurious £150 million home in Lowndes Square in London. The Russian billionaire, has bought all nine flats of a prime London block by Harvey Nichols and Harrods. His new eight-bedroom building is spread across two stucco-fronted properties and has three stories underground. […]

Bob Diamond will Undoubtedly Return to the London Property Market

The new Barclay’s chief, Bob Diamond, praised in finance circles for his ability to get things done despite his critics in Westminster, will be returning to London in the new year. One commentator once said about him, “Make no mistake, if Bob wants something done, he knows the people to do it. He has a […]

The New Royals Property Search

It has been announced that Prince William Wales and Kate Middleton will live in a cottage in Wales after they are married. The second-in-line to the British throne chose to live in the reported £750-a-month cottage nearby the Prince’s sea rescue RAF base, so he could spend more time with Ms Middleton. They will also […]

Moving To London: The Busiest Tube Stops

Those who have lived in Paris, New York, D.C. or any resort town will know that tourists are not always the most pleasant of people to live around. They don’t know the lay of the land, get lost, stop in the middle of the pavement to take photos of squirrels, and stand on the left-hand […]

Is Harrods the Centre of London?

Overseas investors still benefit from tremendous opportunities for investing in Central London residential property, as the weak pound provides upto a 30% discount and low interest rates make for a favourable buying climate. Foreign buyers all come  to London seeking to acquire residential property in “Central London”. What is contentious is what these shrewd and […]

Confusing Property Market Signals

For the third consecutive month house prices in the UK have fallen according to intelligence group Hometrack.  The decrease in price comes as public interest weakens, with estate agents reporting a 2.9% decrease in the number of people registering with them during September, and an ever increasing number of new homes coming onto the market […]

Where To Live In London: Pimlico

Pimlico is the area to the south of Victoria Station, bounded by the Thames to the south and between Chelsea and Westminster to the east and west. The area includes the Tate Britain art museum, but little else to attract tourists or avid shoppers. As a result, Pimlico offers a slightly down market but still […]

Area Profile: Holland Park

Holland Park as a residential area is roughly the located in a crescent around the northwest corner of the park from which it derives its name. It is bordered by Earls Court to the south, Notting Hill and Kensington to the east, West Kensington to the west and North Kensington to the north. Though the […]