Foxtons is almost as synonymous with the London urban landscape as The Shard or Big Ben. Its green liveried Minis seem to be on every road, and its trendy bar-like offices (reportedly costing £600,000 to kit out) seemingly on every major high street corner, each offering complimentary Perrier to inquisitive property buyers and sellers alike. Read more »
Estate agents were among the hardest hit stocks immediately following the Brexit vote on June 23, 2016 with investors panicking about the impact of leaving the EU on future property transaction volumes.
Several months later, the picture for the majority of London Stock Exchange estate agents would – to use their language – benefit from considerable improvement. Read more »
SellingUp.com – September 2016
London property market gets ‘Brexit overseas spending boost’
Brexit has sparked an increase in foreign interest in London properties of all kinds, according to a BBC report. The UK’s decision to leave the EU on 23 June resulted in an immediate fall in the value of the pound, and as a consequence, overseas investors are enjoying the effect that their money goes further. Read more »