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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.

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Foxtons - Notting Hill

90 Notting Hill Gate, Notting

Great Experience letting out flat as Landlord. Karan Kumar was my negotiator at Foxtons Notting Hill and his work was exemplary. Always available on the other end of the phone, efficient, professional and well mannered. At all times I felt he did his hardest to strike a good deal for myself and the tenant. Property let out within 7 days. Fantastic! Neil Cunningham, the Lettings Manager/ Operational Director, is second to none. The whole team at Foxtons Notting Hill are the best in the business period. I have been with them for over a decade now and can only recommend.

Kaveh Montazer

Contacted them two months ago looking for a flat. A guy name Tom was very nice on the phone but not once in person. He argued that I said my limit was 1,300 pcm while I said 1,200 pcm. However, he showed us 4 flats, none of them under 1,300 (the cheapest was 1,350), insisting in that "the normal thing is to spend the 80% of the salary on the rent. Well, that may be your case Tom, but I don't want to struggle every month to pay my bills. He rudly insists so much on this that he even took a calculator and started calculating how much money we would still have after paying 1400 for a 1 bedroom flat near Portobello Market (btw, I thought the limit supposed to be 1300...). He also added that we will not find a 1 bedroom flat for less than 1300, unless we go to live to heathrow. Well, guess what Tom, we find it in Hackney for 1150, and it is not the crappy flats you showed to us (one of them included the landlords -an old couple that, I guess, wasn't expecting having two girls living together- living on the second floor of the building). I am not saying this the experience you will get with Foxtons. Not at all, at the same time colleagues from Foxtons Archway, Ealing and Greenwich were being incredibly kind and professional with us. I just believe this particular "Tom" from Foxtons Notting Hill is only used to work with wealthy people that would pay whatever they asked for a old, muddy, crappy flat in Kensington. It's fine, just tell me from the begining and don't go wasting my time.

Carmen Martín Ramos
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Morgan Randall - Canary Wharf

Unit 2 Discovery Dock East

Thank you Anthony Norton @ Morgan Randall. Friendly and efficient service meaning we were in a position to make a decision on a property within 24 hours of seeing it on the website, including two viewings and an answer to all our questions. Extremely helpful - including conducting the viewing whilst keeping my very active 2 year old entertained! Persistent but not pushy - everything we are looking for in an agent and if we're selling in future we'll be in touch. Would definitely recommend.

Lucy Howard

Be warned if thinking of selling with this agency. They told us they had a cash buyer, who had given a £5000 deposit to secure the property and complete in 30 days. It sounded too good to be true, and it was. The buyer pulled out, and it turned out there was no deposit or help from the agency to pursue it. I know estate agents have a bad reputation but I always had good experiences before with other agents. We will now report them to the ombudsman.

Matt W
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Brooks Marshall - London

13 Motcomb Street, London

My One and Only Harrods!!!... so many happy memories and happy times! ..please don't change too much! Not keen on the new black granite watch area that replaced the bakery! ..... I miss my old corner shop and all of its staff who always were happy to help and nothing was ever too much trouble. I cannot wait to move back to London again!!! This place is one of a kind !

j Mason

It's a high-end place where you can't think of buying anything but definitely worth the experience. For me although I was not very happy with the experience as there was no place in such a big mall for sitting and relaxing. Every mall I have been to has some sofas in the center where people can sit and relax or some restaurants or cafes. There was no easy way to find the directions in the mall. Even one of the staffs was not aware where the elevators are. There was no directory listing. I was there with a baby and it was so difficult to navigate through the store. The changing room for babies was stinking. I don't think I am going there again or recommending anyone to go there.

Shweta Turakhia
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Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward - Clerkenwell

132-136 St John Street, Clerkenwell

I worked with Rebecca Stubbs as she was the administrator for a flat I am currently renting in Barbican. Rebecca's approach to her work really eliminated the manic nature of moving flats as much as possible. Replying promptly to emails was very handy as it made the process quicker. A great administrator to work with.

Parisa Rahim

I worked with Max and Rachel to rent a flat. Both Max and Rachel were very nice throughout the process. A lot of paper work was involved, and one time they stayed even after their normal office hours to do the paper work and get us the move-in date we wanted.

Hamed Tabatabaei Ghomi
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Napi London

29 Redcliffe Gardens, London

An excellent place for watching the Chelsea play other teams at association football. I prefer the Shed but other stands are available. However, this is not a place to drink beer... Oh dear .. bad! However, the football is good... usually.

William Dixon

We had our end of year Christmas party at Chelsea Football Club and the hospitality was awful. Rude, aggressive staff who took the wind and fun out of everything they could. I do not recommend at all.

Warren Eloff
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Dexters - Shoreditch

60 Charlotte Road, Shoreditch, London

Myself and our team recently used Dexters Shoreditch to find a house to rent in Hackney. Although the rent didn't go through in the end, we worked with James who showed us amazing care and service throughout the whole process. He really put the extra effort in to try and help us secure a house and did so with genuine care and interest. We did not go through with the rent in the end for our own personal reasons, but credit to James, he was brilliant, professional and very easy to work with.

Olivia Whalley

For better than the average letting agent, kept me informed, and provided an efficient and transparent referencing ( after I asked for more information). Subsequent rent payments have been received promptly. I was not 100% happy with the rent achieved, but my property was on the market just after the Brexit vote and the market was slow for a while. I will be using them again next time and we reserve judgement on rent achieved until that time.

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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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