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Established in 1805, Chestertons has grown to become one of the largest and most respected estate agents in London. We have taken a look back in time to where it all began, to understand where the legacy and brand of the Chestertons name originated, and how the company has expanded to become a London and international residential leading property specialist. Read ‘The History of Chestertons’ brochure here.
With the number of sales up 15% compared to this time last year, we believe that London's property market will thrive this based on the first quarter.
Numerous indicators measuring economic confidence in the weeks following the EU referendum vote for Brexit point to ongoing confidence, meaning now may be a good time for homeowners who are considering selling to bring their property to market.
The past few weeks have seen a number of hysterical news articles and doom-laden predictions about the housing market and how much money will be wiped off property values in the wake of Brexit.
Britain has voted for Brexit, and amid the ongoing political and economic uncertainty homeowners, buyers and landlords are wondering what’s next for London’s property markets, and where now for international property owners and investors?
House prices in London’s more affluent boroughs have risen in some cases by more than £500 a day since the turn of the year, despite reports of a market slow-down and ongoing buyer uncertainty.
Developers could recalibrate their business models to deliver smaller, more affordable homes in future...
People looking to buy a home to live in are set to dominate the market in London as the winter rush to beat April’s 3% stamp duty surcharge for second homes and buy-to-let properties fades...
Spotlight on ten London Investment Opportunity Areas
Buying a house and getting married are two of the biggest events in life however, our research has shown that it’s become difficult for us to have both, with only 50% of those we surveyed able to afford to get married AND buy a home together...