Category Archives: Property News

The word; effects of the ongoing political uncertainty

One month back into a new selling season and we have got 21 properties under offer; five went to sealed bids, three sold off market, one was a record breaker for its type, one was taken from another agent after six months and agreed within three weeks, and one was a house that had been on with three other agents over the space of a year and had had four

Come on Ironsides!

When it comes to rugby, you will have to go a long way to find a more committed fan than Patrick Rampton. The former London Scottish player is so passionate that virtually every business analogy that comes out of his mouth relates to the rugby field. This irritating habit reached new heights during the recent Lions’ tour. I really do think that Paddy honestly believes that he could have done

A second home…

It’s been eight years since Rampton Baseley opened on Northcote Road and in that time they have quickly established themselves as a leading neighbourhood presence in the local property market (in 2011 they sold just over 40% of all houses Between the Commons and that figure hasn’t gone down, despite stiff competition), so it was only a matter of time until they branched out beyond SW11. At their second, dare

5 Things to Expect from the Redfern

The biggest UK housing review since Dame Kate Barker published the 2003 Review of Housing Supply has commenced, amidst concerns about the sustainable future of Britain’s housing stock. Conducted by Pete Redfern, chief executive at Taylor Wimpey, and backed by John Healey MP the shadow housing minister. The Redfern Review will assess and challenge the most prevalent property issues in the UK today, including affordability, ownership schemes, supply and planning.

Leading Economists Predict Property Price Rises in 2016

88 leading economists have suggested that house prices will rise in 2016, according to a Financial Times study which asked whether government initiatives to support homeownership and deliver new homes this year will have an impact on markets. 54 of those who answered stated that policies would little to no impact, while others predicted that schemes such as Right to Buy and Help to Buy would increase prices further –

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