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London Property is a digital marketplace that aims to address inefficiencies and complexity in the London real estate market.  We are focused on property wealth enhancement and creation. 

The company provides informative and educational content from industry leaders through podcasts and videos, with new content released weekly. 

The platform covers various aspects of the real estate experience, including buying and selling, finance, law, tax, construction, design, and more. 

The goal is to provide users with the resources and connections they need to make informed decisions and avoid expensive mistakes. Helps  you navigate the super-prime property market, with a focus on personal recommendations.

Stay ahead with weekly news bulletins on what is shaping the property market.
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At londonproperty.co.uk we bring informative & educational content to our members & followers. This podcast is about how you can use available reliefs (over 30 of them ) as set out in the HMRC guidelines to reduce your SDLT bill. Maximize your property wealth with London Property. Turn challenges into opportunities. With expert knowledge and reach, we tackle the complexities and inefficiencies of the property market with you.
Brexit's Impact on UK Property Market: Explore the intricate effects of Brexit on the UK's real estate scene. Discover how economic uncertainty, fluctuating property prices, and policy shifts have shaped buyer opportunities and challenges. From regional variations to governmental support schemes, this story provides a comprehensive guide for navigating the post-Brexit property landscape.Transformation of London's Super-Prime Property Market: Journey through the evolution of London's luxury re...
In this comprehensive property market update, we delve into four key areas shaping the real estate landscape: rental reforms, energy efficiency, the prime London market, and recent legislative developments.Rental Reforms - With the impending Renters Reform Bill, landlords face significant changes, including the introduction of "lifetime" deposits and tenants' rights to request permission for pets. - A survey by Leaders Romans Group reveals that 56% of landlords anticip...
In this episode, host Farnaz Fazaipour welcomes Marco Pasi . They discuss the challenges faced by overseas property owners and the importance of comprehensive property management. Marco shares insights on understanding client needs, providing added value, and navigating the global real estate landscape.For overseas investors, treating their property investment as their main home is crucial for its preservation and enhancement. Marco's team offer tailored services to ensure clients' prop...
Discover the latest insights into the UK real estate market in 2024 with this comprehensive summary of key developments: Coutts Bank’s Shift in Investment Strategy:Coutts Bank's decision to move billions of pounds of client funds from the London stock market to foreign company shares reflects broader trends of capital outflows from the UK. The move underscores concerns about Britain's economic outlook and signals a shift towards global diversification. Qatari Prime Minister's Luxury...
Luxury Listing at One Hyde Park: A luxurious five-bedroom flat in One Hyde Park, once owned by Kylie Minogue, is on the market for £175 million, potentially setting a record sale in the UK. The property, boasting Tom Cruise as a neighbor, offers opulent amenities and stunning views of Hyde Park.Leasehold Reforms Advocated by Sadiq Khan: London Mayor Sadiq Khan is pushing for reforms to grant leaseholders in England the right to refuse unjust service charges. With concerns over escalating char...
Farnaz Fazaipour and Justin Bennett discussed the concept of marriage value in the context of leasehold reform. Justin Bennett explained the formula used in leasehold reform and how the relativity of shorter leases compared to freehold has fallen, leading to higher amounts of marriage value. They also discussed the potential implications of the Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill, including the impact on valuations and the potential increase in lease extension costs if marriage value is ...
Michael Gove faces pressure to reconsider health and safety regulations impacting homebuilders. Implemented two years ago, the rules mandate upper-floor windows in new homes to be at least 1.1 meters from the floor, resulting in gloomier properties. Critics argue these regulations hinder traditional architectural styles and compromise livability. A government review is underway, with optimism among critics that the rules will be amended or scrapped entirely.The luxury property market in Londo...
In this episode, we're diving deep into the topic of leasehold reform with two industry experts: Katherine Simpson, a legal specialist from Edwin Coe, and Justin Bennett, a valuation expert from LBB Chartered Surveyors.The conversation kicks off with a recap of recent developments in the House of Commons regarding leasehold reform. Katherine and Justin shed light on the surprises and notable changes emerging from the legislative process, including the abolition of leasehold houses with ...
Chapter 1: Exploring Wealth Enclaves - Implications & TrendsIn this chapter, we delve into the implications of affluent individuals residing in wealthy enclaves. We begin by examining a study revealing that residents of a specific area in Notting Hill, London, pay more in capital gains tax than the combined populations of Liverpool, Manchester, and Newcastle. This sets the stage for a discussion on the broader trend of wealth concentration in certain cities and regions, where the very aff...
The London prime property market in 2023 faced challenges due to a disparity between sellers' expectations and buyers' perceptions, resulting in a decline in transaction volumes. Despite this, international buyers and specific catalysts kept transactions afloat. Looking ahead to 2024, cautious optimism persists amidst economic uncertainties.Report on Private Rental Sector: A report from the Social Market Foundation suggests that stricter regulations in the private rental sector could be withs...
Co-living Trends:Explore the rise of co-living in the UK rental sector, offering smaller apartments with communal amenities to foster community among young professionals. Investors and lenders are increasingly drawn to this trend, which presents a unique opportunity to reshape urban living.Connectivity Shifts:Discover how connectivity is reshaping the real estate landscape in the UK, with factors like pedestrian access, transport hubs, and co-working spaces becoming crucial considerations for...
Welcome to the London Property Podcast, your go-to resource for navigating the multifaceted London real estate market. Join host Farnaz Fazaipour as she engages in a thought-provoking discussion with Justin Bennett from LPB Chartered Surveyors on the intricate topic of ground rent. Together, they unravel the layers of ground rent, from its historical origins to its modern-day complexities. Bennett sheds light on the evolution of ground rent as an investment vehicle, explaining how it has tran...
Government Changes and Airbnb Rentals in London Westminster and Camden councils warn of potential risks to long-term rental properties as proposed government changes may allow landlords to convert rented properties into short-term accommodation without planning consent, exacerbating housing shortages.Fines for Property Empire Lazari Investments, a subsidiary of a billionaire family's property empire, has been fined £67,000 for breaching HMO license conditions on Camden flats, despit...
The London Property Podcast offers valuable insights into the complexities of the London real estate market. In this episode, host Farnaz Fazaipour discusses ground rent with Justin Bennett from LBB Chartered Surveyors. Ground rent, historically an annual payment for land use, has evolved, sometimes doubling over time, leading to controversy and legislative reform. Bennett explains ground rent investments and the impact of legislation changes over the years. The discussion highlights the curr...
In this comprehensive overview of London's real estate scene, we delve into the critical issues shaping the market. From the delays in rental reform to the bustling housing market trends and the epitome of luxury at Allen House, we cover it all.First, we examine the Rental Reform Bill, its stalled progress, and the ramifications for both tenants and landlords. The uncertainty surrounding the bill's future is causing havoc in the rental sector, with fears of homelessness prevention measures fa...
The non-dom tax regime dates back to when income tax was first introduced in 1799, where residents were only taxed on income arising abroad to the extent that it was received in this country.In this episode, we explore the recent decision to abolish the longstanding non-domiciled tax regime in the UK. We provide context on the historical origins of the non-dom status, its significance for wealthy individuals, and the evolution of taxation policies over time. Our discussion covers the rational...
The United Kingdom is set to abolish its longstanding non-domiciled tax regime, marking a shift towards fairer taxation practices. Finance Minister Jeremy Hunt emphasized the need for equitable contributions, estimating an annual revenue boost of £2.7 billion by 2029. Under the new rules, the tax exemption period for non-doms will be reduced to four years effective from April 2025, aiming to modernize the tax system. The decision follows scrutiny and public pressure to address perceived looph...
In this episode, host Farnaz Fazaipour welcomes back Katherine Simpson, a partner at Edwin Coe., specialising in leasehold reform. Katherine provides valuable insights into the Leasehold Reform and Freehold Bill, tracing its origins from the leasehold house scandal of 2017. She discusses key recommendations from the Law Commission and explores the implications of the proposed reforms on tenants, landlords, and the broader real estate market.From the controversy surrounding ground rents to the...
Surge in 35-Year Mortgages: Lenders are alarmed by the rising popularity of 35-year mortgages, especially among first-time buyers. The trend, now at 23% of first-time buyers, poses risks of future debt challenges, with borrowers potentially paying off mortgages into their late sixties. The shift is attributed to affordability struggles amidst rising house prices and inflation, signaling a need for more accessible lending solutions.Conservative Party and the Housing Crisis:Despite longstanding...
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