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Searching for a new home can be an overwhelming experience, and with the many different areas and property types in London to choose from, selecting a home in the capital can become a huge task. Take a look at our advice to help you to find your new London home.
Buying your first home in London? Whether you’re new to the area or you’ve spent the last couple of years renting there are many key considerations to take into account during the searching and purchasing of your new London home.
Moving in London and need a conveyancing solicitor for your house sale or purchase? We discuss the costs and disbursements you can expect from your property lawyer.
With so much variety in London, choosing a location to settle down can become challenging, so we list Anscombe & Ringland's top 5 places to live in London.
As one of the world’s most vibrant, cosmopolitan cities, it is perhaps unsurprising that there are a number of popular areas to live in our great capital. With 118 Inner London areas to choose from, we look at 6 stylish places to live in London.
If the time has come to try your luck and sample the big city London lifestyle then you are sure to want some hints and tips to help you make the most of working life in the capital. Certainly when it comes to choosing a place to live it can be hard to know where to start.
There is no two ways about it – London is an enormous city. Bigger than some countries in its own right, London is divided into a whopping 32 boroughs and with a population of over eight million and thousands of places to explore it can be difficult for newcomers to get around.
Our guide to buying property in the south west London district of Earls Court.
Here are the key factors to consider when organising a home move in London
London; A buzzing metropolis where you’ll always find something to do, whether that be driving to the West End, or going to your daily 9-5. Whatever you may decide to do, watch out for the dreaded Congestion Charge!
Movers within the London area will require a conveyancer to handle the transaction from a legal perspective, whether buying or selling a property. Sourcing a widely experienced solicitor will be high on your list of priorities.
Find out about Phase One of the High Speed 2 railway and how it may affect your London house purchase.
This article provides useful links to all London councils for new residents; highlighting council tax rates for 2014/15. The purpose of council tax is to contribute towards useful local services that keep our streets safe and clean, such as policing and domestic rubbish collection.
Thinking of moving house to Shoreditch? Take a look at our guide to buying property in the popular, East London district of Shoreditch.
Find out about subsidence in London: what it is, who can help you and how your London home may be affected.
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