4 Quarters Property Search Agency
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.
“Discreet, Efficient & Attentive”
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.
Online Estate Agent
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.--------------------------------------------------------------
Rise in Property Management Fees
Owners of new flats have seen their property management charges rise to almost £2,800 on average, new research has revealed. The typical fee of £2,777 is for new build homes while those for older properties is £1,863, according to the findings by Direct Line for Business. The research found that 33 per cent of management […]Read More
London the Tax Haven
Enough to make an Estate Agent Cry!
A central London vendor is hoping to save more than £400,000 in estate agency fees by selling his mansion online. The seven-storey property which requires updating in Belgravia has 18 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, and has been valued at £24million, meaning around £430,000 in fees for a sale with an Estate Agency. The owner however is […]Read More
L&G to Build and Manage 3000 Rental Homes in the UK
Insurance firm Legal & General is on track to become a landlord after launching a £600m scheme with a Dutch pension scheme to fund “build to rent” properties. The FTSE 100 company, which has pushed into property development through its L&G Capital business, is aiming to build more than 3,000 homes that will be […]Read More
2016 Trends from CES.
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Luxury Property Market Slows with New Higher Stamp Duty Rates.
The sale of expensive London homes has collapsed by two thirds following the overhaul of stamp duty, new figures have revealed. Sales dropped by 64 per cent in the last nine months as the higher tax rates hit properties selling for more than £2m. While the new stamp duty rates introduced at the end […]Read More
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 house with tighter mortgage lending […]Read More
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 a property with a seven-figure […]Read More
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>Read More
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….Read More