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  • Visual Arts In London This Autumn

    Visual arts in London this Autumn


    There are many reasons that you might be considering going to see some fantastic visual arts in London this Autumn. You might be an art buff, or you might be trying to impress your new partner with your knowledge of the arts. For whatever reason, you have decided to find the best exhibits that London has to offer. As there are so many of them, it might be hard to narrow it down. Lucki...

  • News From The Rental Sector

    News From The Rental Sector   Where house prices have been either stagnating or falling, rents are rising. Homelet’s rental index shows rents rose by 1.3% between July 2017 and July 2018, with the average hitting £937pcm. Some of the biggest growth occurred in London where rents were up 3.3% on an annual basis, but an impressive 8 out of ten regions saw rises. The biggest faller, however, was the East of England (-1.1%), ...

  • A Growing Shortage Of Rental Property

    A Growing Shortage Of Rental Property   Whilst interest rates on savings were at all-time lows, many investors turned to bricks and mortar, and the private rental sector (PRS) in particular, for better returns.   The government, concerned landlords were pushing up prices and outbidding first time buyers, introduced a series of measures to curb demand. These included a 3% stamp duty surcharge on landlords and a reduction o...

  • What's In Store For The Housing Market This Autumn?

    What's In Store For The Housing Market This Autumn?   August’s figures reveal the usual pattern of reduced prices and subdued transaction volumes. The most up-to-date figures from Rightmove report asking prices dropped by 2.3%, which may sound a lot, but many of those selling in the quieter summer months are doing so out of necessity and often have to discount in order to generate interest and a sale. To put this into pers...

  • On The Move?

    On the move? Moving house can be a somewhat stressful occupation. Not only do you have to pack a life time’s worth of possessions into a lorry, but you also need to deal with various kids, the dog, a couple of cats, a dozen pot plants and all the junk you left in the attic from your last move.  Relax, we are going to show you how to make the smoothest move possible. The key is in the planning. The better the plan the easier it...

  • Marylebone Restaurant Guide

    Located in the West End, Marylebone is truly one of London’s best loved districts. While there are many reasons for its reputation as one of the most prestigious locations anywhere in the capital, the plethora of world-class restaurants is certainly near the top.   Marylebone is truly blessed with incredible dining across a range of cuisines. Here are five incredible restaurants that will delight your taste buds and provide me...

  • Buying Off Plan. What Should You Think About?

    It isn’t the norm to buy a home that doesn’t even exist yet, but for some homebuyers, it’s becoming more commonplace to secure an off plan property and wait for their dream home to be built.    Here, we’ll discuss the benefits of this and what to expect in terms of how different it is to buying a home that has already been built.   Who Should Think About Buying An Off Plan Property? If yo...

  • What To Do With The Kids At Half Term In Marylebone

    If you’re in need of inspiration for kid-friendly activities in and around Marylebone, then the following guide is the perfect solution. We have searched far and wide to compile the best information possible, so that you and your kids will be able to enjoy a variety of days out and family bonding experiences that will live long in the memory. Thankfully, Marylebone has a wealth of options for child-friendly activities and days out - s...

  • Best Rated Schools In Marylebone

    When it comes to judging which schools offer the best possible educational experience for children, the Ofsted ratings are the gold standard. Ofsted’s role in the education system is to inspect, rate, and grade a school into one of the following four categories:   ●     1 - Outstanding ●     2 - Good ●     3 - Requires Improvement ●...

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