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    £30k Basic Salary Dove & Hawk have recently been instructed by one of the World’s most luxurious property brands. Our client is seeking an experienced Sales Consultant to sell luxurious new homes across schemes in Central London and the Riverside. The role will involve greeting clients at the marketing suite and selling across a number
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    £45k OTE Dove & Hawk have been instructed to recruit on behalf of a multi-branch independent estate agency in Central London. We are looking for an experienced Lettings Negotiator who can act as the right-hand man/woman to the Lettings Manager in the high-end area of Marylebone. We are looking for someone who understands the full
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    £40k OTE Dove & Hawk are currently assisting one of our most prestigious clients with a 12-month contract role, aimed at those looking to move from Tenancy Management into a Lettings Negotiator role. Initially starting as a Tenancy Manager, you will be assisting with the busy Summer period before gradually stepping across into a Lettings
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    £25-26k Basic Salary Multi-branch upper end independent is looking for a Lettings Co-ordinator with a minimum of a years’ experience to join the team based in Marylebone in order to assist with the administrative support for the Lettings department. They are looking for a pro-active and personable individual to carry out the following duties in
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    £45-50k OTE Dove & Hawk have recently been instructed by our client on a Lettings Negotiator position available in the West Hampstead area. Our client is a successful independent with a huge amount of stock available to be worked on. To be suitable for this position you will need to have at least two years’

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Staytus Quo, or Brexit, pursued by a bear market

A last-minute surge in confidence amongst betting types that Britain will keep its head and vote Remain saw the odds of a Brexit drop to 24% at leading bookmakers...

A last-minute surge in confidence amongst betting types that Britain will keep its head and vote Remain saw the odds of a Brexit drop to 24% at leading bookmakers and sterling start a semi-dramatic rally on Tuesday, but the EU Referendum vote is still – according to most polls – anybody’s game.

The majority of the property industry is very keen to stay in the EU: a straw poll of PrimeResi contributors and pundits reveals that just two of 24 who have written on the subject for us back Brexit, echoing pretty much every other sector survey; 94% of RICS surveyors polled across the country – and 100% in London – believe the industry is better off in the Union; LonRes member agents gave some pretty stark predictions about the effects of Remain/Leave on the prime London market (see the second graph below); 65% of Carter Jonas’ clients want to Remain; Zoopla told The Mail on Sunday that it predicts a 20% drop in house prices in the event of Brexit, and a consortium of big-name architects including Richard Rogers, David Chipperfield and David Adjaye penned a letter to the Telegraph warning of some kind of creative catastrophe unless there’s a Remain vote.

But there is a significant, vocal, and occasionally persuasive enclave of the industry that backs an exit from Europe, including regular PrimeResi contributors Trevor Abrahmsohn and William Cash.

Some level-headed pundits – including heavyweight property investors and major consultancies – are of the view that property markets will trundle on regardless of the Referendum outcome. “The drivers of death, debt, and divorce will continue to drive [property] turnover” says Savills; top-end buying agent Ollie Marshall thinks that prime London markets would “shrug off” Brexit; CBRE’s Jennet Siebrits argues that “the ‘In’ or ‘Out’ decision is unlikely to have a lasting effect on London’s property market”, and London Central Portfolio’s Naomi Heaton believes that top-end buyers “will be attracted to [London property], whether or not the UK is a smaller power outside the European block.”

On a wider scale, however, there’s near universal consensus that a Brexit would damage the UK economy – with predictions from venerable economists (LSE, OECD, CBI, PwC, Oxford Economics, NIESR, The Treasury) ranging from catastrophic to quite bad.

PrimeResi pundit positions on the EU Referendum

(survey of 24 who have spoken out on the subject this year)

PrimeResi contributor positions on the EU Referendum

PrimeResi contributor & pundit poll: In – 18; Out – 2; Unsure/doesn’t matter – 4

  • LonRes agents’ predictions for the post-Referendum prime London market:

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