4 Quarters Info & Blog
Based in central London covering Home Counties and International searches on request we handle any client request quickly and effectively. From Hampstead to Battersea, Kensington to Canary Wharf we are available at a moments notice. Relocations, Property Searches, residential Sales & Lettings we believe in an holistic approach.
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Our Buyers Agent & Relocation Service crosses the globe to source second homes and property investments for our clients', managing assets on their behalf as part of our service. A Property Search Agent will be assigned to you as your sole point of contact to oversee the entire process. From sourcing your new home to handling conveyancing; we assemble contractors and tradesmen to managing your household post-sales. We make your transition as efficient and seamless as possible.
Just under 90% of initial property searches are through property portals. Online estate agents use the marketing power of the internet and modern technology to centralise administrative duties greatly reducing their overheads, we pass these savings on to you.
4 Quarters Online Estate Agent offer sales & lettings as well as accompanied viewings; brokering offers acting as your single point of contact.
A surge in homeowners putting their property on the market – just as buyers melt away in summer – is depressing house prices, according to the biggest property website, Rightmove.Read more
Hundreds of estate agents have gone out of business in the UK in the last year and 7,000 are showing signs of financial distress as they face fewer sales and online competition, a new study has found. Overall some 27% of traditional High Street estate agents are struggling to survive …Read more
Most cultures have traditional rites of passage, which mark a young person’s transition to adulthood. One example is the Hamar of Ethiopia, and their bull-jumping. Many young people on the verge of adulthood in the UK endure bullshit-wading in order to earn the “privilege” of renting a home. Westminster is …Read more
Over the past six weeks I’ve been discussing UK tax and property, and for the final instalment in the series, I want to consider death as an exit strategy and the implications of this from a tax point of view. It’s not uncommon for an investor to say that “death” …Read more
Leaving a legacy for the children is often a main priority for property investors. Many earnest individuals tell me that they would like to structure their businesses in such a way so that they would, in effect, act as a trust fund. In an ideal scenario, they would like this …Read more
The majority of Rynda Group employees work in France and over the last 14 years the country has been a successful investment location for a range of our clients along the risk spectrum and across the breath of commercial and residential uses. However, all has not been well in the …Read more
The Resolution Foundation’s depressing claim that one-third of millennials face renting their whole life has made headlines today. But the think tank’s report also contained the encouraging — and unsurprising — revelation that countries building plenty of homes have generally not seen huge price rises, despite low interest rates and …Read more
The Government has shown in recent months that it is serious about tackling the lack of housing supply in the UK property market. From setting the target of building 300,000 homes every year to proposed reforms that encourage home extensions in built-up areas, Theresa May has put solving the housing …Read more
It’s no secret that London’s housing market has slipped over the last several years, largely due to an uncertain political climate and new stamp duty taxes. But in addition to recent evidence that the markets may be stabilizing, there are some London neighborhoods that experts predict will outperform others. …Read more
How can we end the housing crisis? Would a better planning system ensure more well-designed homes with local support where they are most wanted, over time making homes more affordable than they would otherwise be? Of course it would. When it comes to whether or not something should be done …Read more