You can never go wrong with buying property in London. We will expose you to the best opportunities in the greatest city in the world.
London’s residential market is outperforming the rest of the UK and not just in the £1m+ category. In fact we see large growth prospects in the sub £1m category as well. In particular: London residential values under £1m are forecast to grow by 46.4% over the next 5 years, which is the highest predicted growth, followed closely by the £1m-£2m value range.
Some interesting facts about London:
- London is at the heart of the strongest G7 economy and confidence remains high.
- London will always be a politically and economically safe place to invest.
- London is one of the leading global financial centres with strong economic fundamentals.
- It has proved time and again it can with stand economic shocks and perform as an economy in its own right, even when the UK economy is frail.
- The city is the home of cricket with Lord’s Cricket grounds in North West London hosting some of the world’s biggest cricket matches.
- London has four regular premier league football teams, the world’s most popular football league.
- The British pound is one of the strongest currencies in the world.
- London is one of the safest cities in the world.
- London is home to the annual Wimbledon tennis grand slam tournament featuring the world’s best tennis players.
- The city is home to some of the most prestigious horse racing events in the world such as Royal Ascot.
- The city has significant cultural heritage and over 50 free museums hosting some very rare objects.
- A centre of excellence, there are 19 universities in London with at least five featuring in the world’s top 100 universities.
- Home to some of the world’s finest medical health centres, the city experiences significant medical tourism, with Harley Street being a major destination.
- There are more billionaires in London than any other city in the world.
- London has the second largest commercial property market in the world and is the No. 1 destination for cross-border capital.
- The London Underground — The oldest in the world — has 270 stations, making it very interconnected and easy to get around.
- London is globally well connected with direct flights to over 278 cities worldwide.
- London is one of the world’s most ethnically diverse cities with over 300 languages spoken.
- London’s architecture has retained its unique characteristics for hundreds of years; a major attraction for tourists and residents alike.
- Buckingham Palace in London is home to one of the world’s oldest and most respected monarchies, who are responsible for a significant slice of tourism revenue.