Looking For Flats To Rent In London: A Lack Of Stock

I’ve spent the last few days looking for one-bed flats in West London. I say West London to the confusion and bane of many estate agents, as this is a rather wide area to encompass. I chose this over saying, Parsons Green, Fulham, Hammersmith, Earl’s Court, Brook Green, Pimlico, Kensington, Queensway, Notting Hill, Chelsea and […]

How Will The 2012 Olympics Affect London House Prices?

There is much to be made about the impact the 2012 Olympics will have on the London economy, and especially property prices and urban regeneration. Agents showing properties in East London will always mention the proximity to the Olympic site and the value that that brings. Common belief, such as that in this article from […]

Update: London Market

Home sales once again fell to their lowest level in 30 years last month and according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the number of people moving house is at its lowest level since surveyors started collecting records in 1978. There were 15.3 transactions per surveyor during the three months to the end of […]