The Hudson’s Blog
2020 was a year like no other and whilst a V-shape recession was predicted after the Covid-19 outbreak, it has been proven to be an L-shape. A sharp dip in economies across the globe and no immediate bounce back resulted in the reality of further lockdowns globally.
One of the most significant changes to our professional lives this year has been the increase in home working. While some people have enjoyed the benefits many have found working from home more challenging especially as we head in for #lockdownpart2.
London's property market is moving fast, both in Central London and in the surrounding areas, including many UK coastal locations. Buyers of all types are upgrading their homes post lockdown or considering buying a second home further out for staycations.
Hudsons estate agents in central London talk about the amazing open green spaces that surround Central London. Peaceful gardens and captivating squares offer you more than just a great time.
Online marketing solutions are working well for buyers and sellers during the current COVID-19 lockdown, as they allow home seekers and vendors to prepare the ground for the predicted surge in the market activity once restrictions are relaxed.
Did you know that smart commercial office space ideas promote wellness? In this insightful video Jonathan Hudson, founder of Hudsons Property, explains how wellness facilities are transforming today’s office spaces.
Home automation has come to the fore in recent years and you need to ride the wave if you want to keep up with the London rental market. As well as making your life easier, smart technology guarantees quality tenants look your way. However, which smart home ideas should you look to incorporate?
Property transactions are one of the most personal costs that most people will ever make. Read our top tips on negotiating property transactions.
Back to work after paternity leave, I’m trying to catch up on the market post-Budget — after stealing some sleep on the Tube on the way in. The team welcome me back with a coffee waiting for me on my desk.
We all love a property with a happy atmosphere and in order to make sure a buyer’s attitude doesn’t stink after viewing your house here are some ideas to make sure your property is smelling as fresh as a daisy!
Monday - After a weekend of browsing by potential customers, Monday morning is when new enquiries arrive and the quality of these is normally a sign as to how the week is going to go. Although we are in August, the enquiries both on sales and lettings are good, so we all get on with calls and viewings.
As buyers search for more value, the property market has softened. At times like this, sellers can find themselves at the mercy of surveyors once a sale has been agreed.