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Average fee
1.9%
% of asking price
98.2%
Avg. time to sell
23 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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Foxtons - Shoreditch

86-90 Curtain Road

11/10, Klaudia helped me find a beautiful place at great price.

Roman Dzi?cio?

We currently moved out from a foxtons property. And they charged the check out fee which was £165.. We never heard about this fee when moved in ..also the flat condition was domestic cleaning level when we came ! that was completely horrible so we had to clean all up. But for us, we had to hire professional cleaning team and that was £270!and the agency arranged it. That is quite prices but there were no choices. But then, the landlord complained about the cleaning things by calling. It is so upset cos the foxton didn't let us know anything about the whole situation. They rearranged the cleaning team but didn't notice to us and also the landlord. What a joke !

EUNSUN LEE
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Foxtons - Islington

355-357 Upper Street, Islingto

We worked with Alex Leigh in the Islington office and found him to be helpful and accommodating. Whilst he technically represented the sellers (and we were the buyers) he went above and beyond to move the whole process forward expeditiously.

David Reed

I am writing this from a buyers perspective. We found our interactions with Foxtons Islington to be insincere and at times untruthful. The untruths were not recognised immediately but on second reflection the facts did not add up. The method of communication was always over the phone even when email was pointed out as a preference for us. This further added to distasteful sales tactics used because it enabled them to leave no record of what they were doing. When the regulations increase in this area to become more stringent a lot of the sales techniques used by Foxtons will be defunct and they will be unable to carry on using them. Out of all the estate agents we had interactions with during this property purchase, Foxtons were the most 'shark' like.

Danielle Louise
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Hamptons International - Islington

97-99 Upper Street, Islington

The lovely people at Hamptons Islington have provided me with two sets of hassle-free tenants, both giving an excellent rental return. Their enthusiasm & knowledge of the local & international market is invaluable in securing the right people into your property, they have contact with relocation agents & overseas clients that guarantee above expectation results. When the time came to sell my property, Hamptons sales did an excellent job in realising a superb price for my flat. I would not hesitate to recommend Hamptons Islington as agents for your property.

Dan McNally

We first tried to let our house in De Beauvoir Town with another agent and failed miserably. Hamptons were our second choice but the contrast couldn't have been greater. Everything they have done has been outstandingly professional. For instance, they always respond within hours to any concerns we might have. Most important of all, within weeks they found us the ideal tenant. I can wholeheartedly recommend them to other landlords looking for an agent.

Caro L
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Chestertons - Islington

327 - 329 Upper Street

Chesterton Humberts in Islington are great. Finding a flat was quick and painless. I am still in the flat Chesterton Humberts estate agents found for me, however, I am looking into another property because I considering moving to a bigger flat. If I do, I will most certainly use Chesterton Humberts!

A Google User

it’s okay so far

Ali Alkhubuoli
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Williams Lynch

63 Bermondsey Street

Excellent estate agents. Rented through Williams Lynch for 3 years. Catherine Close is always quick to respond, very helpful if maintenance issues arise and when dealing with the end of the tenancy. Highly recommend.

callum Findlay

I am a tenant trying to amend a contract with William Lynch, takes more than one week to get a verbal reply from the agent for a very simple request. Most phone calls are never answered. No written reply or receipt from the agent after having transferred administration fee to the agent's bank account after two days (and still counting). I am in fact still waiting the reply from the agent after sending 3 emails for follow up. Apparently these kind of "low value" services are deprioritised by the agents. I would recommend everyone not to use this agent with such lack of professionalism. In fact if there is a choice of giving no stars I would have given it, but now I have to stick with a one star rating.

Lo
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Keatons - Shoreditch

6-8 Great Eastern Street

I recently bought my first home in E2 through the Shoreditch branch and they were extremely helpful from start to finish. My contact Kane was always on hand for any questions I had and I will be 100% using them again in the future!

sophie howard

Keatons is in charge of processing the change in tenancy of our flat. We have been emailing back and forth with the rep for more than a month and only when we had to make the payments they were responsive. For all the rest it has taken weeks to get them to respond to one email. Sure, to get the deal done it's quick, but then when It comes to give back deposits or change names in contracts its far from a great experience.

Susana Restrepo
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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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