July 21, 2016
Following the surprise EU referendum result, the Bank of England has kept interest rates at 0.5 per cent, indicating that the economy and the UK property market is - for now - stronger than expected.
However, a cut of 0.25 per cent is possible next month as the Bank exp...
It's just a short hop from Buckingham Palace and has been home to such luminaries as Sir Winston Churchill and Lord Mountbatten.
Now, a flat has become available for sale in Admiralty Arch for an estimated £150 million. The apartment is believed to be the most expensiv...
July 19, 2016
The appeal of bricks and mortar remained relatively robust in the face of the initial shock of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.
Asking prices for U.K. homes declined 0.9 percent to 305,504 pounds ($406,000) this month, a drop only slightly greater than the av...
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Post-Brexit property market, house prices and interest rates:is now a good time to buy, sell or take out equity from your mortgage?
'London's most expensive apartment' on sale for for a cool £150 million in Admiralty Arch
U.K. Property Market Proves Resilient in Face of Brexit Vote
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