February House Price Index

Throughout Great Britain, London remains to be the center of positive price change. This chart below from Nationwide illustrates the reliability London presents. London in comparison to the rest of the UK remains a strong place to invest, being the only area in the UK with an average annual price change above 15%.

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Tips on preparing your property for tenants

Becoming the owner of a property and then renting it out to tenants can be very rewarding, but it is certainly not a field that should be entered into lightly. There is a lot of work that goes into it and many stages that you need to think about. However, when it's all sorted, the results can be truly satisfying, so you just have to be willing to go through the labour in order to come out with the [...]

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The STAR of the Week is Merton

The borough of Merton and includes the areas of Colliers Wood, Merton Park, Wimbledon Park and Wimbledon.

Most known for its famous district of Wimbledon and its world tennis tournament in June, it is possibly the oldest and most popular suburb of London. Also, it homes the capital’s largest Common. But Wimbledon is even more [...]

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The STAR of the Week is Lewisham

The district of Lewisham is situated in the borough of Lewisham and includes the areas of Hither Green, Lewisham and Lady Well.

Known for being one of the youngest and most ethnically diverse areas in UK, with a large Afro-Caribbean Community, it is also one of the most affordable boroughs of London. It benefits from open spaces o [...]

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The STAR of the Week is Hammersmith and Fulham

The areas of Brook Green, Fulham, Hammersmith and Ravenscourt Park compose the W6 post code. Hammersmith and Fulham could be defined as follows: buzzy, trendy, elegant architecture, nature and parks, riverside walks, active night life and great restaurants. Hammersmith Broadway is the center of all activity in the district, with shops, hotels and important concert h [...]

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The STAR of the Week is Hounslow

Despite this residential area is very close to central London, Hounslow makes you feel as you were living though in a leafy country village just next to the Thames. In addition it is surrounded of excellent small boutiques and very fine restaurants. You will also find some of the most expensive streets in London. All this has contributed to make this zone the objective of important people such as [...]

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The STAR of the Week is Westminster

This area includes Belgravia, Pimlico, St James and Westminster. Westminster’s residents pride themselves on their proximity to Belgravia and Chelsea; however despite the upper class aspirations Pimlico is lightly more affordable than its billionaire neighbors. The eye-catching white stucco Victorian terraces have historically been inhabited by Laurence Olivier and Winston Churchill who were lo [...]

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The STAR of the Week is Ealing

A respected neighborhood back in the 19th century, Ealing stands out for its great mix of cultures. It is a residential area with a busy town Centre situated in Ealing Broadway, where most of its shops, pubs, restaurants and other amenities are located. Families tend to like this area due to the wide offer of state schools located here. The top attractions in the area are: Nature and Parks, suc [...]

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The STAR of the Week is Greenwich

The SE10 post code, which is the main area, corresponds to Greenwich.

Famous for giving us the time thanks to the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), this area is formed mainly by Victorian and Georgian houses and buildings. A fun place for children, the area is home for magnificent architecture, famous and forested parks, and popular trad [...]

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