Tuesday, 18 February 2020
Lease

Leasehold enfranchisment and the leasehold system – a brief history (with help from Best...

When it comes to extending your lease it can be somewhat complicated. It’s all about understanding how the intricacies of the system work and...

Expert predictions for the 2013 property market

At the end of last year we spoke to five estate agents across London’s fair city to get a picture of what happened in...
Map fo UK house prices

UK house price comparison

This Infographic brings you up to date house price data from Lloyds Banking Group PLC, so no matter what region you're looking to buy...
Researching the history of your home

Discover the history of your London home

Thanks to Carla Bradman at Paramount Properties, the North West London experts, for this guest post.Take a walk around London and you will see...
Euphemisms for estate agents

What’s in a word? We take a look at some of the more ambiguous...

As stories abound once more of broom cupboards, sorry, studio flats exchanging for exorbitant sums in Knightsbridge, we asked a cross section of estate...
London's Skyline

Comparing the height and cost of The Shard to St. Paul’s Cathedral

London has been at the centre of the world's attention this summer, basking in the combined glory of the Olympic Games, the Queen's Jubilee...

Estate agents: If your agency were a TV detective which one would it be?

While recently watching some reruns of Colombo I was reminded of an estate agent friend whose frayed shirt cuffs and casual demeanour belied an...
Will revising the Estate Agent’s Act put us on the wrong road?...The NAEA thinks so.

Will revising the Estate Agent’s Act put us on the wrong road?…

Will revising the Estate Agent’s Act put us on the wrong road?... …The NAEA thinks so. Estate Agent Today reported that the NAEA has submitted a...
estate agents blog post

What can estate agents learn from Olympic athletes?

As the medals begin to roll in for Team GB There is a lot that Property Professionals can learn from the inspiring and often...