Month: November 2018

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Amateur landlords squeezed out by tightening regulation

  The ongoing shift in the letting market following recent regulatory and taxation changes will result in more professionalism in the sector. Amateur landlords are being squeezed out of the

Brexit update: that hard?

There has been a contradiction observed in the property market; while real wages have been increasing, property prices have continued to descend. This is a clear signal of uncertainty in

London’s ‘ghost’ towers: an attractive investment

  With many luxury apartments in the capital’s residential towers left unsold after development, lower prices and options to buy in bulk present an interesting investment opportunity, especially when considering

Is London facing a tech property bubble?

London holds on to it’s position of one of the leading global tech hubs, despite Brexit-induced uncertainty. Tech companies struggling to find affordable rents in Old Street and Shoreditch, turn