The News page will keep you up to date on the most recent property-related events. With a fast-moving market, it can be hard to keep up, but here we hope to supply you with all the information you will need.
New rules on tax relief and loan affordability being implemented in April will hit the profits of many buy-to-let investors.
Chestertons has ranked the UK’s top university cities to reveal the best prospects for those looking to invest in student accommodation – whether they be landlords, students and their families or recent graduates.
Chestertons has strengthened its estates management department with two key appointments, adding Janet Cummings and Chris March to lead a reconfigured team.
Two new cricket partnerships that have seen London estate agent Chestertons getting involved with both Richmond CC and Middlesex County Cricket Club are already paying off in terms of both community engagement and some rather unexpected exposure in the national media.
Philip Hammond, Theresa May’s new Chancellor, should follow the Bank of England’s lead and act to shore up house prices and keep sales markets moving by slashing or temporarily suspending stamp duty, according to experts from Chestertons, the London and international estate agent.
Following last month’s momentous “out” vote, there has been as you can imagine a huge amount of press and media interest in the property industry’s reaction to the result and what it may mean for housing markets.
Chestertons has won a Gold Award for Innovation and Silver for Marketing at The Lettings Agency of the Year Awards 2016, in association with The Sunday Times and The Times and sponsored by ZPG.
We are very excited to be hosting our first outdoor cinema events this year and would love to welcome you at a screening...
A vote to leave the EU on 23rd June looks increasingly possible as the opinion polls narrow, landlords, letting agents and corporate relocation specialists shouldn’t worry too much.
Would-be sellers should think about putting their homes on the market now.
Last month we reported that some parts of London had seen house prices rise by more than £500 a day on average, driven by a rush to complete transactions ahead of a 3% stamp duty hike on additional home purchases and increased interest from overseas buyers tempted by the weak pound.