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  • The property ladder: how to get on it, and how to move up it

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    Getting on the property ladder, and moving up it, is becoming more difficult to achieve, however it is still a reachable dream for many. Through hard work and following handy advice from our agents, we explore the different opportunities available, to start making your property journey a reality.

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    October 15, 2021

  • The pied à terre is having a revival in 2021. Here’s why..

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    Now that lots of us have gone back to the office, what of those people who moved out of London last year? Are they all moving back? Or are they faced with a hideous new commute? We’re seeing a revival of the classic London pied à terre, a small and central pad used as a convenient bolthole for someone working in town during the week.

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    October 08, 2021

  • Poole vs Putney - luxury living at two different price tags

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    Putney may be nowhere near the sea, but the Thames-side suburb has more in common with coastal Poole than just the letter P. In both areas it's perfectly possible to find luxurious detached residences with large gardens and easy access to watersports in either the river or the sea - and it's worth noting that properties in Poole are roughly half the price of those in Putney.

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    October 01, 2021

  • What is the future for interest rates – can they stay low forever?

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    Interest rates are at a historic low. Since March 2020 the Bank of England has kept its base rate at 0.1%, which is good news for mortgages – but how long can it last? 

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    September 24, 2021

  • The lure of central London, capital of the world

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    As the tube reports its busiest week since March 2020, it looks like London is coming back to life. Some of those people who moved out of town for a quieter lifestyle are now, it seems, moving back – or at least facing a new commute to the office. This is all reflected in a new surge of interest in the property market, with demand significantly up compared to recent months.

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    September 17, 2021

  • Is buy-to-let still viable?

    Buy-to-let-calculations

    Until fairly recently, the phenomenon of buy-to-let seemed unstoppable. Everybody with any degree of financial nous seemed to be taking advantage of cheap buy-to-let mortgage deals to become a landlord, and then sit back and watch their investments grow. It was almost a no-brainer.

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    September 10, 2021

  • School catchment issues

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    Moving house to get your child into a London primary school? Here’s how much it costs to live near the best schools.

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    September 03, 2021

  • City of Westminster additional licencing scheme for HMOs

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    Landlords letting out multi-tenanted properties in Westminster now need an additional licence, according to a new scheme introduced by Westminster City Council.

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    September 03, 2021

  • Mansion blocks – space and style in central London

    maidavale

    Many Londoners believe that owning a house is the ultimate property goal. There’s something fundamentally British about valuing a dwelling with stairs and its own front door to the street, even if the accommodation inside is inconvenient and poky.

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    August 31, 2021

  • Party pads fit for entertaining

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    With restrictions now eased and people enjoying having friends and family back over in their homes, we explore a selection of properties with entertaining space, perfect for partying.

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    August 20, 2021

  • Why are city dwellers moving to surburbia?

    COPERS-COPE

    It's no secret that the past 18 months has seen a mass exodus from London, with people moving out of the city in search of space and beautiful surroundings. But while there has been a big focus on people moving to the country or coast, there's another significant move happening too, as people move from the inner city to the suburbs.

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    August 16, 2021

  • How much deposit do I need to buy a house?

    STREATHAM

    It’s the big question. Anyone considering buying property for the first time knows that they will have to put down a large lump sum – but exactly how large does it have to be?

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    August 06, 2021

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