Sandfords Property Reviews June 2013

Written by Andrew Ellinas LL.B.

Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Regent's Park

Such has been the growth of the super-prime market in Regent's Park, more than half of all properties on sale are currently priced at over a million pounds. Price growth shows no sign of abating, with all categories of property rising by more than 13 per cent in the last 12 months.
Rents are set to rise later this year as the financial sector resumes growth, which will also take up the over supply of two-bedroom flats of which there are
currently more than two thousand on the rental market at an average rent of £2,817 pcm.

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Regent's Park house prices increase by 45%

Written by Andrew Ellinas LL.B.

Monday, 3 June 2013

Terraced houses in Regent's Park have soared in value over the past year, driven by a shortage of the detached homes that the super-rich have traditionally preferred.

According to and confirmed by internal Sandfords data, prices of terraced houses in the Park rose by an amazing 45 per cent in the last twelve months.

Nothing As Safe As Bricks And Mortar?

Written by Andrew Ellinas LL.B.

Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Gold has been regarded as the safest place to store your wealth since the days of King Midas. But this could be changing.

Over the last year, the value of gold has slumped by 2.3 per cent. And the value of property in prime central London has risen by more than 8 per cent, according to the latest figures.

Demand remains high for properties to rent in central London

Written by Andrew Ellinas LL.B.

Monday, 25 March 2013

London’s growing population is placing greater pressure on housing supply in the capital, helping to push rental values higher in the process

Letting agents across all of Sandfords’ offices report that high demand for flats and houses to rent in central London is showing no signs of abating, which is bad news for London’s renters, but goes a long way towards explaining why investor demand for properties in the capital is growing rapidly.

Strong rents signal an investment opportunity

Written by Andrew Ellinas LL.B.

Tuesday, 19 February 2013

The success of the prime central London property market over the last five years is creating a wave of price rises in nearby areas as people move further afield in search of value. Areas such as St John's Wood, Primrose Hill and Maida Vale, traditionally regarded as outside the prime central London zone, are now developing into an 'outer prime London' market.

Buyers like the large houses, secluded gardens and leafy street scenes in the outer prime area. And at this stage of a developing market, prices per square metre look like excellent value.

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