HMO, the way to GO

I have a friend who keeps talking about how he should have bought more property when credit was plentiful i.e. pre 2009. Should Have, Would Have and Could Have, are terms which should not be used when it comes to property. There is no point...

Knowledge Is Power

We are about to finalise the finishing touches on a contract in East London.

The interest in one of our East London site’s is heating up. Currently, we have a hand full of strong bidders who are circling the site. Last week, I had one of the potential investors come and look at the site along with the planner; meeting...

I have a friend who keeps talking about how he should have bought more property when credit was plentiful i.e. pre 2009. Should Have, Would Have and Could...

Last week we managed to exchange on a property, in Hatherley Grove, W2, with a longish four month completion. The seller tried to stick in a cheeky clause whereby they could complete early at their discretion, as opposed to the agreed completion...

Just before the Easter break I was called by an agent to see a property in W2. It is opposite one of the most expensive roads in London, namely Kensington Palace Gardens, where the average sale price of a property is £36m. The property is a...

An agent, with whom we have done many deals, approached me with a property in W2. The property is a 452 sq. ft. one bedroom flat, on the fourth floor of a popular portered block. The property was priced originally at £500k. However, the seller...

We have just closed a deal over the weekend, in W2. We had the contract for some time, but I actually didn’t see the true potential of the property until my second visit. The penny did not drop. Not only is the property in a stonking location,...

The London Help To Buy Scheme, is an underused scheme. It was introduced in February 2016, off the back of the wider already existing Help to Buy Scheme. The government recognised the biggest obstacle for new buyers to purchase their homes is...


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