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1.9%
% of asking price
98.2%
Avg. time to sell
32 weeks
Demand index
Great

Central London is in the financial and economic heart of the city and spans several London boroughs including parts of Westminster, Camden, Islington, Kensington and Chelsea and the City of London.

Central London has become a hub for global technology companies in recent years, promoting a thriving housing market which has seen huge growth over this period. This, coupled with the substantial investment in the city’s transport infrastructure makes Central London one of the most exciting property markets in the world.

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Knight Frank - Chelsea

352a Kings Road, Chelsea

First class professional service from Louise in the Rental Department, good timely advice at a reasonable price, well done to the team. Thank you.

Mike ROBINSON

Did not sell the sub £1m property within a 2 month marketing period. However, they got a decent number of viewings in, the marketing materials were good and the team was relatively easy to communicate with.

Liza Samoriz
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Chestertons - Hyde Park

40 Connaught Street

I would like to mention the professionalism and commitment of the entire team of Chestertons. The team have always been very helpful and pleasant. They have always gone above and beyond of what was expected and has always put their clients best interests first. Business people would be extremely satisfied with their experience from start to finish. Communication from Chestertons is excellent. It is clear and effective at all levels. They produce comprehensive reports and presentations. The team effectively deals with clients from all walks of life, both internationally and locally. They always provide timely feedback and follow up and manage expectations appropriately. It is the team of professionals who are always professional!

Kamran Balayev

Having lived in London since relocating from the States over 12 years ago, I have dealt with a number of real estate brokers. None have been so woefully bad as Chestertons in London W2 – the "service" I received is so totally awful it cannot be called a service. An agreement was signed by both parties on a prospective sale agreeing to commission of 1.25%. The property was sold and Chestertons sent an invoice charging commission at 1.5%. When I refused to pay the difference, the South African real estate agent Dylan James turned up at my house and literally tried to kick my front door in. My daughter (aged 15) was inside and terrified. Mr James proceed to loiter at my front door for the best part of an hour - smoking cigarettes, shouting and threatening violence. Upon eventually returning to his office he called my wife on her cellphone and threatened to employ heavy-handed debt collectors if I didn't cough up. I refused to pay a penny more than the rate agreed. Mr James eventually and ungracefully accepted. This firm is arrogant, dishonest, and inefficient.

Marc.J Altman
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Sam and Melodie were very helpful and professional in helping us with the tenancy. They kept us informed at every stage of the process and managed it very efficiently, including giving us helpful advice. Will surely recommend their services.

Prabal Sidana

The worst experience ever! Be prepared to involve your lawyers before signing anything with them. They are the worst authorized delinquents! Incompetents and thieves! They only do their interests! I strongly discourage everyone to cross their door.

Marta B
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Drew was extremely helpful with the buying of our property. He promptly responded and worked really hard to get our completion date through quickly. As a first time buyer, I really appreciated his calmness and clear way of explaining the process. Thank you!

Ruth Batham

Honestly - words cannot describe the experiences I've had with KFH Islington. For six years I've lived in London and I've always thought "Yeah estate agents aren't great but I don't understand why they've got such a bad reputation" - after encountering KFH Islington, I can see why. Before we moved in we agreed a number of conditions about what KFH would remove from the property and what they would do (basic things, like installing a curtain rail where there wasn't one) - did they do any of it? Of course not. Did we remind them? Countless times. They either outright refused or repeatedly promised to do it (never delivering). This incompetence continued throughout our tenancy with poor response times, dreadful support and sometimes just not replying at all (as was the case when our front door wouldn't work). When we moved out they charged us for a number of things not mentioned on the check in report and to replace furniture which had simply moved to the next room. They've also charged us for things that the independent check out folks didn't mention on the check out report - why they think we paid all those fees to hire someone independent I do not know. Steer. Well. Clear.

George Ing
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Morgan Randall - Canary Wharf

Unit 2 Discovery Dock East

Super friendly and efficient staff! A special thanks goes to Hollie Osborn who has been able to coordinate and organize in a smooth way all the papers. Way to work super fast and operative plus she is brilliant for helps and suggestion and also an amazing driver! Multitask and able to find quick solution when a problem comes up! She has shown an amazing way to work efficiently and productive. Remarkable skills and great client service :) Super happy ????

Luca Santo

MorgaRandall, The worst of the worst! Whatever you imagine about the service related to tenancy, this agent would be at the bottom, apart from finding you a new house after all. They are eager to find it on the initial several days but THAT'S IT!! You might get no replies for 10 times of emails by the time when you put your holding deposit in. You might be in trouble as the move-in date would be postponed like me and you may have to wash up your cloth with your hands as the washing machine would stay out of work. For me, It has passed 18days since I moved in. I am in a disaster with a stack of dirty cloth, wiggly dinning chairs and not working ventilation and lights in the kitchen. While I first visited this flat to view there was a TV, but the TV has gone on the move-in date. The consultant was Elizabeth and she said "it belonged to the previous tenant. What is wrong?" I had to bought a TV at my expense. They advertised it was furnished and they insisted a furnished flat doesn't mean it provide a TV. She even added "it is very rare to provide a TV when it is a furnished flat." Nonsense! Anyway at least the consultant should notify me if there was a big removal or big changes between the viewing and the move-in date but there was no excuse or information before I agreed the contract. Negligent to keep you updated and ignorance of your request and just a representative of a Landlord who doesn't listen to tenants' voice. Those are my impression on MorganRandall.

Yeonjin Cho
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Dexters - Shoreditch

60 Charlotte Road, Shoreditch, London

Julian was really helpful from the get go! We are very happy with the property and would recommend Dexters to a friend.

Thomas Reed

Kamen has been helpful with the search and any issues that occurred during our stay at our flat. He would check in with us on a consistent basis to see whether we were enjoying our choice of accommodation. The Dexters team Shoreditch are a friendly bunch who wave and smile whenever they see you pass I. front of their office. They are genuinely caring!

Negin Baradari
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Central London is in the financial and economic heart of the city and spans several London boroughs including parts of Westminster, Camden, Islington, Kensington and Chelsea and the City of London.

Central London has become a hub for global technology companies in recent years, promoting a thriving housing market which has seen huge growth over this period. This, coupled with the substantial investment in the city’s transport infrastructure makes Central London one of the most exciting property markets in the world.

Central London has some of the most expensive properties in the UK and houses in these postcodes are in huge demand, but by looking further afield at up and coming areas can cost significantly less than more desirable areas and provide a good profit in the long term.

Sandwiched in between Notting Hill and Marylebone, Bayswater is an up and coming suburb which has benefited from investment over recent years, making it a popular location for those priced out of other prime areas of London. Within walking distance from Hyde Park and with good transport links to the rest of London, Bayswater is ideal for those looking for properties in Central London that provide great value for money.

Other areas that offer good value for money include Fitzrovia, Whitechapel and Soho, each with their own culture, shopping opportunities and nightlife to explore.

Central London’s Housing Market

Central London is one of the most expensive and competitive housing markets in the UK, attracting inner city professionals and foreign investors alike with an average property price of £1,665,000. The majority of property sales in Central London within the last 12 months consisted of flats, selling for an average of £1,533,000. Terraced properties averaged £3,266,000 and semi-detached properties averaged £7,608,000.

Value for money can often be found in Fitzrovia and Soho, and it is predicted that house prices could rise significantly over the next few years after an influx of technology firms set up headquarters in and around the area. Bayswater and King’s Cross have also seen significant regeneration projects in recent years, making them some of Central London’s most sought-after locations for both business and residential properties.

Mayfair, Notting Hill and Kensington are some of the most desirable postcode locations in London and are the top areas to look at for those searching for more desirable properties, but be prepared to pay a premium for properties in these locations as they are particularly in demand.

Central London Estate Agents

Those searching for estate agents in Central London will find lots to choose from, and because the housing market is strong and demand high it is an ideal time for sellers. Finding an estate agent that knows the local area, housing trends and provides a good service is imperative for a quick sale.

Average property listings in Central London run for 22 weeks, although this is largely dependent on the type of property being sold, its location and price.

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