The handbook of the luxury property industry
The Quarterly Journal is being replaced with an authoritative hardback Prime Residential Almanac, published once a year. Click here for more information.
The PrimeResi Quarterly Journal is published, as you might expect, four times a year, featuring a selection of the best bits of PrimeResi.com as well as original articles, research and market data. Informative, intelligent, and full of useful stuff, the Journal is intended to be an antidote to the glossy property pornography that so many other magazines do so well.
This eighth edition, published at the end of January 2017, features our second Prime Movers index - which this time ranks and profiles the top 50 boutique estate agencies in prime London - alongside opinionated reactions to major shifts in the global political landscape, forecasts for the coming five years in prime residential markets, and an array of in-depth features, interviews, case studies and reference briefings.
Our stable of industry-leading contributors provides informed, entertaining and wide-ranging insight into the full realm of UK luxury property, with this latest edition offering an inside track on the biggest property deal since the Brexit vote from Jassim Alseddiqi, an inside view of British Land's landmark Clarges Mayfair development, and a look under the hood of some of the capital's best small sales and lettings agencies, with Beauchamp Estates' Gary Hersham exploring the importance of local specialists, and Aylesford International's Andrew Langton sharing lessons learnt from 50 years at the top of the prime London property game.
There's also a summary of Q4 2016's major deals - from grand country estates to show-stopping townhouses - and business moves, expert guidance on protecting intellectual property rights in real estate developments, analysis of what makes the perfect London penthouse, an exploration of Mayfair's developing resi landscape, the rise of HNW rental tribes, and a look at one of neo-classical architecture's most influential drawing boards.
Regular commentators tackle many of the sector's burning issues, including Henry Pryor on the buying agents who sell, Simon Barnes on the virtues (and value) of a good selling agent, Oona Collins on making 2017 a good career year, and Charles Curran on inflation, while Camilla Dell and Trevor Abrahmsohn talk about the bottom of the market....
IMPORTANT: Journal No.8 is the final Quarterly Journal, and was published in January 2017. The Quarterly is being replaced with an authoritative hardback Prime Residential Almanac, published once a year.
PrimeResi Quarterly, No.8 (Winter 2017)
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