Online estate agents – money saver or time waster?

17 May 2018

The internet revolution has created more ways than ever to buy and sell houses. But do online estate agents offer the best service for people buying and selling property in London?

Before making this key decision, it’s important to consider what service an estate agent is actually offering, and compare their track records of completing sales against those of traditional agents.

Living in Victoria: the lowdown on the up and coming area

10 May 2018

The Victoria neighbourhood is undergoing a total transformation. What was a cold, imperious boulevard of faceless office is becoming a lively residential area of modern apartments, walkways, specialist foodie outlets and boutique shops.

Find out more about living in this up-and-coming area.

Pockets of Growth in East London as House Prices Double

30 April 2018

Thanks to the development of a new rail network in east London, Redbridge is a place worth investing with house prices doubling in the past twelve months.

See how our estate agents can help you sell your East London Property.

Make the most of your fireplace when selling property in London

05 February 2018

Many buyers in the London property market are looking for attractive period features in a potential home, and recent figures suggest that a fireplace in the main room can increase the selling price by up to 5%. Providing a focal point and adding the property’s character, a fireplace is an asset to your London property which you should make the most of when preparing to sell.

Selling houses in London – should you choose the agent with cheapest fees?

19 January 2018

Most people selling property in London and the rest of the UK choose their estate agent carefully, and usually base their decision on the agent’s fees and valuation.

Some estate agents are trying to undercut the competition by offering staggeringly low rates, sometimes as low as 0.05%. While this rate seems attractive, it can often be a false economy that leaves sellers seriously out of pocket.