Category Archives: Buy To Let


Sales properties of the week

Belsize Park Gardens, Belsize Park

£1,295,000.00 – Share of Freehold

A simply beautiful, two bedroom, lateral, own entrance apartment measuring approximately 1322 sq ft, (122.8 sq m) comprising: a stunning, palatial 24ft reception leading to rear patio area, separate eat-in kitchen, large master bedroom, second bedroom, family bathroom, cloakroom and two further rooms currently demised as a study and store room.

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Properties of the week

Rowley Green Road, Arkley

£2,650,000 – Freehold

A sensational four bedroom detached lateral home, featuring hexagonal turrets, a double gated frontage, air conditioning throughout, underfloor heating, gas central heating, Lutron lighting, a surround sound system which can be controlled in individual rooms, CCTV and high-quality fixtures and fittings throughout.

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Properties of the week

29 Lancaster Grove, Belsize Park

£675 per week (£2,925 pcm) Tenant fees apply

A stunning and spacious three bedroom apartment on the entire first floor of a period conversion, within walking distance of Swiss Cottage and Belsize Park tube and shops.

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Properties of the week

Planning a winter move? Spacious, bright and well-maintained, discover four beautiful North West London properties for rent and sale.

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Safe as houses

The 6th to 10th June sees SAFEagent week in the UK. It’s an important consumer protection scheme that is rarely given the profile it deserves so here’s a recap on its purpose and benefits and why Property Divas is a proud member.

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Could this new broom bring a property boom?

The mayoral race this year was dominated by the issue of housing. Four years ago, when voters were faced for the second time with a choice between Boris Johnson and Ken Livingston, jobs, crime and transport were all higher-ranked concerns; but in 2016, it is housing which unequivocally tops the agenda of the average Londoner.

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What the Budget brought for property owners

April 2016 has brought two things: rain showers and a stamp duty rise on second (or more) properties. In fact, the Chancellor’s March Budget has marked significant changes for the property market as a whole so let’s recap what homebuyers and landlords can expect of the year ahead.

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A bittersweet budget

On March 16 this year, Chancellor George Osborne shared his Budget plans for the UK. Based on weaker than expected growth (2 per cent compared with 2.4 per cent predicted in the autumn statement) the Budget heralded a continuing raft of austerity measures and cuts in public spending that have proved controversial. Continue reading

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Record low fixed-mortgage rates

With the new MCD coming into force next week – first of many changes heading for the industry this year – the mortgage market remains in limbo as far as rates are concerned. Lenders have continued to tighten their criteria amid the ongoing price war, causing borrowers to either fix their mortgage ahead of upcoming changes or sit tight until speculation turns into certainty. Continue reading


Properties of the week

Redington Road, Hampstead


A large, newly decorated two bedroom apartment situated on the second floor of an impressive period conversion on a quiet tree lined residential road, located a short walk away from both Hampstead Heath and Hampstead Village.

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Heading for a fall?

Global economy watchers are warning that the world financial market is slowing sharply and the resulting property price bubble is about to burst. But how likely is this and what will it mean for the UK property market?

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State of play

This year has been a tumultuous one for the property market. In March, changes to the pension rules meant anyone over 55 with a defined contribution scheme could withdraw 25 per cent from the pot, tax free to do with what they choose.

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