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The Crossrail train system in London, now due to open in less than three years, is likely to result in a 7% rise in average house prices at many locations along its route by 2020,...
Hudsons has teamed up with artist and print designer Patrick Astwood, who has an exhibition at the Fitzrovia Gallery between 1-11th March.
Rogue landlords and letting agents have long been a problem in the UK and around the world. Although few and far between, landlords and agents tarnish the property industry as a whole and undermine tenants confidence in rental properties.
We know that a surveyor’s report is absolutely invaluable when you’re buying a new home, but thousands of new homeowners still proceed on the basis of a simple mortgage valuation.
In the shadow of iconic London landmark the BT Tower, and adjacent to Fitzroy Square lies the 1826. Four very distinct apartments, all of which have been carefully crafted to offer unparalleled urban living in a uniquely creative corner of.
Reports are rife that David and Victoria Beckham are eyeing up properties in the South West of England where they hope to set up home in a sprawling manor just like their former Beckingham Palace in Hertfordshire.
A stake in one of Google’s Midtown head offices has been put for sale, with bidding expected to start at above £145 million.
Hudsons Property are proud to announce their support and involvement with Fitzrovia Community Centre’s Gardening Project, which will be a wonderful sanctuary for people and business owners alike.