Prime London

London's established prime residential markets make the city a highly competitive global centre. More than anyone Savills Research understands the reasons why.

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The prime residential markets in London

16 October 2014

Price growth was relatively muted in London's prime markets, as market uncertainty resulted in a lack of urgency among buyers.

 
 
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The great taxation dilemma

10 September 2014

Why altering the Council Tax system would be a better solution than introducing a mansion tax.

 
 
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The art of investment

10 September 2014

How property compares to 'Investments of Passion'.

 
 
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A new era for prime London?

10 September 2014

Over the past 30 years the creation of wealth in the capital has led to spectacular price growth. But can this stellar performance continue?

 
 
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Is prime London at a crossroads?

10 September 2014

Is prime London seeing a temporary dip in the market or the start of a prolonged period of slower growth?

 
 
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The evolution of prime London

10 September 2014

Mapping the expansion of prime London from 2003 to 2018.

 
 
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Keeping up with prime expectations

10 September 2014

New build development means prime London is expanding, but are we ready for this change?  

 
 
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How prime is your borough?

10 September 2014

We examine the profile of the prime market across London’s 33 boroughs using data on £1million+ sales from the Land Registry.

 
 
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Past, present & future prime London values

10 September 2014

Our five-year house price forecast in the prime London markets.

 
 
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Where is the wealth coming from?

10 September 2014

The prime London market is closely linked to the private wealth of ultra high net worth individuals.

 
 
 

Key contacts

Yolande Barnes

Yolande Barnes

Director
World Research

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 20 7409 8899

 

Lucian Cook

Lucian Cook

Director
Residential Research

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 20 7016 3837

 

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