Following a pick-up in activity toward the end of 2017, market activity in central London has flattened out in 2018. As taxation continues to stifle investment in central London property and Brexit negotiations (or lack thereof) remain at the forefront of the media, we’re experiencing a largely unchanged market. Potential buyers and sellers, and particularly investors, continue to hold off on their plans until political uncertainty has eased and we have a clearer idea of the post-Brexit market.
Winkworth Franchising Ltd is pleased to announce the promotion of Lucy King to Head of Talent (New Franchising and Recruitment), effective immediately.
October 02, 2019
The benefits and opportunities available when working for smaller companies are often bigger, better, more frequent and often they can provide faster career progression. Many believe going with the ‘big boys’ is the best route, but smaller businesses can provide a great platform in which to start your career.
July 30, 2019
In Q2 2019, we were pleased to see activity in the central London property market pick up following two slower moving quarters. As expected, the market saw a boost in transactions after the Brexit deadline passed at the end of March when home movers decided, despite no further clarity on the country's position in leaving the EU, to abandon the 'wait and see' approach that...
July 29, 2019
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