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A Quarter of Properties Fell-Through in the last 3 Months of 2015.

More than one in four house sales fell through during the last quarter of the year as buyers received bad news from their survey and changed their minds. A total of 27.94 per cent of sales fell through up 8.32 per cent on the previous quarter. Unwelcome news for those moving …

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The Property Millionaires

Homeowners with property worth a million pounds has risen by more than 200 per day during the past year as house prices continue to rise. They have risen 14 per cent  to 622,939, the equivalent of 75,796, according to  property website Zoopla. It means 2.2 per cent of all homeowners now have …

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Watchmakers show off their latest wares….

There is a theatrical quality to complicated watch-making that goes far beyond the performance of the various levers, gears, and cams on one’s wrist. - See more at: http://robbreport.com/watches/nine-industrys-best-watchmakers-show-their-recent-complications#sthash.tiNzsJH8.dpuf   <a href="http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/14651801/?claim=bnkegqha6ux">Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a>  

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The British Obsession with Buying Property

The British Obsession of Buying Property When I arrived in London to study at the London School of Economics in the late 1990s, I borrowed £100,000 from my British bank to buy, with zero deposit, a rat hole in King’s Cross.......   Guardian Article....

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Dip in London Property Sales for £1mn + Homes in 2015

The number of homes changing hands for more than £1m dropped by 11% in the first half of the year, as higher stamp duty and uncertainty over the general election result slowed the top end of the property market. Figures from Lloyds Bank showed the number of seven-figure homes bought …

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London Housing Market is a Fight to the Death!

Property Market Likened to the Hunger Games!

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The Myth of Generation Rent

Realities of the current housing market.

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Foxtons; London’s Estate Agent?

Even in the cut-throat world of the capital’s property market, Foxtons is notoriously aggressive – and successful. Is that why so many people are secretly glad when it turns up on their street?

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When is a house not a home? When it’s a tax-efficient financial instrument

In London, a quarter of a million families wait for a council flat, while blocks such as One Hyde Park are treated as international assets, not somewhere to live

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Supersonic Travel makes a come back!

  Prepare to be spoiled further one percenters that fly private jets. As it is, you will now be able to fly from New York to Paris in perhaps less than four hours in the most comfortable environment an aircraft could possibly offer. Reno-based aeronautical engineering company and world leader …

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