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    We are seeking an experienced full-time Lettings Property Manager/Administrator to work in our busy independent office covering Kingston, Wimbledon, New Malden and Coombe.  We are looking for someone who is keen to help us expand the business and available to start immediately.  The role would include the following responsibilities: Dealing with property maintenance requirements Managing third
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    KFH is recruiting for an experienced and competent Assistant Manager for its South Kensington sales office. Full details and how to apply here
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  • Countrywide

    ‘Certain branches will close’: Countrywide lays out more streamlining plans

    After consolidating its London and Premier operations over the Summer, Countrywide Plc has confirmed a further swathe of streamlining measures designed to focus “on building a business that works for the future.”...
  • The New Forest at dawn (image by davidgsteadman)

    National Parks command a 49% property price premium

    House prices in a National Park are, on average, nearly 50% (£119,000) more expensive than those in the surrounding area, according to research by Lloyds Bank, although – as you’d expect – there’s some significant variation between different parks. You need to be logged in to see this part...
  • total-uk-residential-property-transactions-long-term

    London property transactions have dropped by 43% since last year – UK HPI

    The number of completed home sales in the UK fell by 4.3% between August and September, putting transaction levels 11.3% lower than at the same time last year according to the latest House Price Index from the ONS and Land Registry. Deal numbers remain lower than in 2014, 2015 and...
  • Rejected

    Local authorities count the cost of lost planning appeals

    Local authorities have dished out nearly £12m over the last six years due to lost planning appeals, according to a Freedom of Information request by property consultancy Daniel Watney LLP. You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please Login or subscribe to access. Username: Password: Remember...
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    FORECAST: ‘Significantly lower transaction levels’ but prime markets to out-perform over five years

    With three end-of-year forecasts in so far (Strutt & Parker, JLL and this from Savills), its transaction levels that are looking like the main character over the next couple of years. With not much movement scheduled for prices, the number of deals done is going to occupy most of the...
  • FORECAST: UK to see 11% fall in transactions next year – JLL

    While Brexit may put the brakes on the wider UK economy over the next few years, the housing market should stay “reasonably strong and active”, according to JLL, and there’s “no sound reason why prices should decline notably”. We should all be worried about the housing supply situation though. You need to be...
  • A row of houses in Clifton, Bristol, UK

    Where’s the quickest place to sell a property in Britain?

    The average UK property takes 91 days to sell, according to research by the Centre for Economics & Business Research for Post Office Money Mortgages, although there’s quite the range in time taken between different cities, from a swift 51 days in Bristol to drawn-out 108 in Liverpool… You...
  • multi-speed-market

    Local Range: Average house price inflation slips as localised markets diverge

    UK house price “growth slipped a little” in September, says Knight Frank, down from an average annual inflation rate of +5.6% in August to +5.3% last month… But the scene is becoming ever-more localised, with pockets of out- and under-performance making overall averages not entirely representative of on-the-ground activity.  ...
  • the-summer-house-exterior

    Ten of the Best: Follies for sale

    A glut of architectural oddities have come to market since The Vivat Trust – which owned and managed Britain’s tallest folly, Hadlow Tower in Kent – went into liquidation last year. From ultra-modern Grand Design conversions to let’s say idiosyncratic hyper-luxe, towering landmarks to castellated cottages, follies are eccentricity incarnate,...
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    North and south divide as the Autumn market kicks in

    Asking prices across London tipped up by 2.4% in the last month, reports Rightmove, with Kensington & Chelsea seeing a huge 13.3% jump – although an average £2,328,422 asking price in the Royal Borough still sits 6.6% below last year’s peak. You need to be logged in to see...
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    The Value of a View: An ocean vista can add nearly a third to a property’s price

    An ocean view is the most valuable vista a property can have, according to research by Jackson-Stops & Staff, commissioned to mark the launch of the estate agency’s Coast & Water division this summer. A glimpse of the sea can boost a property’s price by over 30%, while sight of...
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    Wales to replace stamp duty with a land transaction tax

    The Welsh government has announced that it will be replacing UK Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) with a more Scottish-style Land Transaction Tax (LTT) from April 2018. You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please Login or subscribe to access. Username: Password: Remember Me Register Not subscribed yet? Click...
  • Property Manager/Administrator
    We are seeking an experienced full-time Lettings Property Manager/Administrator to work in our busy independent office covering Kingston, Wimbledon, New Malden and Coombe.  We are looking for someone who is keen to help us expand the business and available to start immediately.  The role would include the following responsibilities: Dealing with property maintenance requirements Managing third
  • Assistant Manager
    KFH is recruiting for an experienced and competent Assistant Manager for its South Kensington sales office. Full details and how to apply here
  • Senior Sales position (Director/Associate Director level)
    Savills is recruiting for a Senior Sales position in its Guildford office. Full details an how to apply here
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