Chestertons dedicated Research department compiles regular reports on national and international property trends. As well as providing information and guidance on property legislation, for all those involved in buying, letting, renting or investing in property.
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 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.
There has been an increase with more properties on the market, resulting in more active buyers than last year.
A recent review of the buyer activity by Halifax has reveals that first time buyers make up nearly half of all house purchases financed by a mortgage, but those taking their first step on the London property ladder need to put down, on average a deposit of just over £106,500.
The election looms in as house prices show a rise between April and may.
Property landlord? Find out if you are moving up a tax bracket.
A lot more sellers are having to reduce the asking price in order to get a sale.
Good old mum and dad making it possible for young people to get on the property ladder.
With new buyer registrations up by half, there has been an 11% increase in the number of exchanges.