Expect the centuries-old axis between London's buzzy West End and the ancient Square Mile financial district to consolidate during the coming years, says renowned property writer David Spittles in his latest blog for Hudsons.
London’s West End residential sales and lettings market have been busy in the last month. Hudsons continue to create bespoke videos of each of their properties as well as providing a 360 degree video tour, taking the legwork out for customers by giving a comprehensive view of the property online, while safety remains paramount at all times for physical viewings.
No one could have predicted what was in store for us back at the start of 2020 and we're seeing the impact of the last year hit heavily when it comes to the interior trends for 2021. Our homes have been forced to meet the demands of our new lifestyles, with more of us than ever craving comfort and solace from our interiors. Functional living has been combined with elevating the everyday – creating spaces that uplift and inspire and that we enjoy living in.
Think home staging is just a fad? Think again! We look at how you can increase your property’s value, entice viewers and beat the competition. Even the most stunning properties are overlooked if viewers can’t envisage themselves living there, with more buyers shopping for homes online; it’s safe to say that maximising a property’s interior appeal can be a significant payoff.
Rumours of the demise of central London are greatly exaggerated, says renowned property reporter David Spittles in the first of a regular blog for Hudsons on the capital's "bullseye" neighbourhoods.
2020 was a year like no other and whilst many commentators predicted a V-shape recession after the Covid-19 outbreak it has been proven to be an L-shape. A sharp dip in economies across the globe, no immediate bounce back and a prolonged down period resulted in the reality of further lockdowns globally.