The borough of Camden bucked a trend of falling house prices across London in 2017, according to new statistics published by Rightmove.
Sellers have cut asking prices by an average of 6.7 per cent over the last month, according to new figures
From house price and rental yield statistics to minimising voids, here’s everything you need to know
Asking prices for homes in Camden have fallen an average of seven per cent in past month.
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A new report claims that demand for property has surged in areas such as Primrose Hill and Belsize Park, but the reality is a little more complicated
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Survey reveals Londoners top relocation destination would be NW3, where the average house sells for over £1.2 million
With the news that 35 per cent of Camden’s homes have been discounted to sell, we find out how you can get your asking price right the first time
Even though rents are supposed to be dropping, reliance on emails and extortionate tenant fees makes house hunting a nightmare
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8 per cent rise in rental stock matches 8 per cent fall in asking rents in a competitive market, but Kilburn comes top of the polls for supply
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Independent property advisor Jemimah Barnett on the mad world of property, tips for picking a not-so-terrible new build and how to fix the housing crisis
Stamp duty is still causing a big stink in London’s prime property market, and whilst there’s currently no cure for the curse of George Osborne the key is still in taking advice to price realistically
Camden house prices are apparently up almost 8 per cent, but local agents have dismissed Rightmove’s data as having little bearing on the reality of the plateauing property market in north London
Asking prices in the borough have dropped significantly since March, but is it a case of a cooling market, competitive pricing, or just Camden’s quirky property micro climate?
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Melange, with locations in Barnet and Crouch End, has opened a third in Belsize Park. Here co-owner Justina Markauskaite talks about removing the borders between cuisines and why they put family at the centre of everything they do
Less is More, a group exhibition at the Daniel Raphael Gallery will feature emerging artists from England, Italy, France and the Czech Republic, from January 24 to February 16.
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