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What does the election result mean for London property?

As we all come to terms today to another failed gamble from the Conservatives, many of our clients will be asking what this election result means for the London property market. More uncertainty? One thing that any market doesn’t respond well to is uncertainty. And we have that in spades today. In times of uncertainty, […]

UK General Election Results Impact London Property Markets

On the heels of a failed snap election in an effort to build a bigger majority and a personal mandate, Theresa May, the British Prime Minister, now faces the though job of trying to forge a coalition deal to stay in power. In reference to how the UK General Election results now impact London’s property […]

Property’s currency appeal

As the dollar-pegged dirham emerges stronger, the UAE property market is being impacted in various ways A stronger UAE dirham is good news for those sending money, as well as those shopping for property, in their home countries. For foreign investors looking for attractive options in the UAE property market, this translates into more expensive […]

‘Brexit discount’ makes London property cheaper for some

‘Brexit discount’ makes London property cheaper for some Price cuts of nearly 20%, and a drop in the value of the pound have created “Brexit discount” bargains on some of the most expensive homes in central London — if you have millions of pounds to spare. The UK property market was one of the first […]

Brexit hits profits in London property agency Foxtons

Brexit hits profits in London property agency Foxtons Foxtons’ pre-tax profits fell from £18.1 million (21.5 million euros, $23.8 million) in the first six months of the year, the company said. LONDON: Profits at London property agency Foxtons slumped 42 percent in the first half of 2016, a sharp fall the company on Friday attributed […]

U.K. Property Market Proves Resilient in Face of Brexit Vote

U.K. Property Market Proves Resilient in Face of Brexit Vote The appeal of bricks and mortar remained relatively robust in the face of the initial shock of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union. Asking prices for U.K. homes declined 0.9 percent to 305,504 pounds ($406,000) this month, a drop only slightly greater than the […]