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An Introduction to Living in Bloomsbury

Bloomsbury lies within London's Borough of Camden, in the central part of the city. It's located between Holborn and the Euston Road and was developed in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries by the famous Russell family, becoming a highly fashionable residential location. Bloomsbury is particularly noted for its range of beautiful gardens, well-known literary connections and the high proportion of...

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Buying and Selling in Central London

Our clients are often seeking to buy and sell within a central London postcode as they want to maintain their existing lifestyles and stay in the right locations for certain schools and jobs. A good estate agent remains a key partner in facilitating sales and advising on a successful purchase. And in today's tough market conditions, it helps to be...

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An Introduction to Living in Mayfair

Mayfair has a history dating back to medieval times, when it was known for the two-week fair and market that ran from May Day at Haymarket. The area rapidly became too small for the large number of enthusiastic participants and the event moved westwards in 1686 to an area north of Green Park which is now known as Mayfair. However,...

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An Introduction to living in Fulham

Fulham is located to the west of Chelsea and it combines an excellent location with good-quality housing. It's bordered by Hammersmith, Earl's Court, West Brompton and Putney across the river. For those looking to rent, prices can be quite high, but the area remains popular for its location and amenities. Just three miles away from London's city centre, it boasts...

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Buy-To-Let Sector - A New Boom?

Recent media coverage has speculated that a mini buy-to-let boom may be around the corner, with lending in the professional landlord sector having increased by around 20% in the past year. Figures released by the Council of Mortgage Lenders showed that over 33,000 BTL loans, at a total value of £3.9 billion, were taken out from March to May, which...

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Bayswater Area Guide

Bayswater was given its name because of the array of springs and streams in the area in the fourteenth century. At the time, it was supplying the whole of London with water. The first formal written use of the name 'Baywater', was in 1659, when it was recorded as a small hamlet. This all changed rapidly in the mid nineteenth...

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