What happened in London's residential sector during Q4 2018? Download the issue to find out
Political uncertainty continued to impact the prime market in the fourth quarter. But, as prices have fallen this has created an opportunity for buyers, particularly those who are able to take advantage of a weaker pound.
In an uncertain market many are choosing to rent instead. With renewals up and a lack of new supply reaching the market, rents are rising and properties are letting more quickly.
How have the prime locations of London evolved over the years? William Carrington of LonRes and Rupert des Forges of Knight Frank take a look.