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 delighted to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Head of IT, Wilfred Tienzo.
February 14, 2019
Winkworth today announces the launch of a dedicated Land & New Homes division in the Home Counties.
February 06, 2019
Finishing a largely steady, albeit subdued, year for the central London property market, Q4 saw prices remain stable as sellers have become more acclimatised to the reality of house price change since peak levels of 2014. However, with Brexit and political uncertainty dominating the news towards the end of 2018, transactions during that period suffered, with market confidence reflecting political sentiment.
January 30, 2019
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