Monthly Archives: July 2009

Charles McDowell, prime London property consultant, advises:

“The summer slowdown in the property market, which usually begins when schools break up, is not depressing prime London property prices.    Recovery in the City, the engine of prime property price movement, is putting pressure on the limited stock available.  … Continue reading

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Prime London prices rise for the fourth month – led by overseas demand

Knight Frank Prime Central London Residential Index – July 2009 results Key highlights: Prices for prime central London properties rose for the fourth month running in July Last month’s rate of growth at 1.5% means that the annual rate of … Continue reading

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Abbotts view on market recovery

TIME FOR CAUTIOUS SELLERS TO BITE THE BULLET By Philip Macdonald of Abbotts In its latest report the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) reported significant improvements in demand for property, with the eighth successive monthly increase in new buyer … Continue reading

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Preparing for auction

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Sellers should bite the bullet and enter the market

By Philip Macdonald, managing director of Abbotts, based in Bury St Edmunds: In its latest report, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (ROCS) reported significant improvements in demand for property, with the 8th successive monthly increase in new buyer enquiries and … Continue reading

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Where are we in this recession?

The last recession started in 1989, writes Tim Hayward of Jackson-Stops & Staff in Norwich. And after a short revival in 1990 / 1991 there was no real recovery in the housing market until 1995. The fundamentals of this recession … Continue reading

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Did you know….

Did you know, writes Ian Harris, chairman of the Norfolk branch of the NAEA and an agent with Watsons, that based around the Worcestershire and South Shropshire borders there is a firm of estate agents called Doolittle and Dalley! They have … Continue reading

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