Global Property News & Analysis

April 29, 2017

LONDON - A property phenomenon in Londons most exclusive residential districts are the additions of subterranean basements better known as ‘Iceberg Basements’. Its been given this name as much of an iceberg is under water and cannot be seen. They are particularly popul...

April 24, 2017

LONDON - If Brexit has caused any negative emotions among international investors about the future of Britain the state of Qatar in the UAE is obviously not one of them. Qatar just announced a major £5billion investment over the next three to five years for transport,...

April 22, 2017

LONDON - In an effort to crackdown on money-laundering in the the country’s real estate industry new guidelines have been placed to require more transparency in financial transactions for property. The Government has announced that the UK will be the first country to a...

April 21, 2017

LONDON - When it comes to property and residential growth the south London borough of Wandsworth has seen an extraordinary amount of change. The area is now the site of the biggest redevelopment of property in Europe that includes the iconic Battersea Power Station on...

April 14, 2017

LONDON - Could the outer boroughs of London be the new best places to live and work? London has become with its expensive housing and congestion a challenging place to live. By moving outside office workers and residents can not only save money but have more flexibilit...

April 8, 2017

LONDON - When it comes to property and the lack of it in London and in other parts of Britain frustrated buyers looking to get on the property ladder are rightly fed up with the situation. In London almost 57,000 homes are vacant. The key problem experts say is the pra...

April 7, 2017

LONDON - In 1197 a hospital founded in east London was named St, Mary’s Spittel which eventually is believed to have made the district known by the name as Spitalfields. For many years the area was derelict with poor neighbourhoods and despair. It was also well known t...

April 3, 2017

LONDON - An area of Britain that has experienced economic growth faster than the national average are Portsmouth and Southampton on the M27 corridor. The route was developed in the late 1930’s for development purposes and In World War II the route was altered for the u...

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