Room for investment into London Residential

Over the past three years, investors have watched with bated breath as the UK struggled to crystallize a favourable Brexit deal. The lack of clarity on Brexit and its implications for the country has led to mixed reactions in the London real estate sector….[more]

Asian Developers Look Beyond Central London

Prime Central London has always been the investment destination of choice for Asian investors. However, in the residential market, a new trend has emerged. Residential developers have cast their eyes beyond the glamour of Knightsbridge and Kensington, looking instead into mass market residential in Greater London….[more]

Getting to know Greater London: Cricklewood

Situated in Northwest London, Cricklewood is a suburban neighbourhood next to Brent Cross. Located close to Dollis Hill and Willesden Green, the town is fast shaking off its industrial past, attracting new home buyers and young families who are unable to afford homes in pricier areas such as West Hampstead….[more]

Supermarkets continue to shine in 2018

In 2017, London assets were in demand due to the weak Sterling, giving rise to landmark deals such as the sale of the ‘Walkie-Talkie’ building for £1.3bn and the ‘Cheesegrater’ building at £1.1bn…[more]

Affordable Housing in the UK – a Pocket of Opportunity?

With recent events in the UK and uncertainty expected to persist pending the outcome of the Brexit negotiations, there have been mixed views as to whether it is the right time to invest…[more]