London Property Investment

A World Leader

London real estate has forever been one of the world’s top financial safe havens and a powerful creator of wealth. As one of the world’s leading financial centres for international business and commerce, London attracts the world’s best talent and stands firmly at the forefront of global economic growth. With London recently being ranked the No.1 city in Europe for real estate investment and prices forecast to increase substantially over the next 5 years, now is one of the best times in recent history to be securing your foothold in the London property market.

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Key Catalysts for Growth

Economy Set To
Double In Size

London’s economy currently stands around £500 Billion, the 5th largest metropolitan economy in the world and the 2nd richest city in the world based on private wealth. However, the economic future of London is perhaps it’s most exciting attraction. As one of the world’s leading destinations for tech, Artificial Intelligence, biotech, financial services, professional services, education and tourism, Oxford Economics data forecasts London’s economy to double and reach £1 Trillion by 2043.
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Key Catalysts for Growth

The World’s No.1 Destination

London was voted the best city in the world for the 5th time in a row in the “World’s Best Cities” index in 2021. It was also ranked the No.1 city for real estate investment in Europe and the No.1 tourist destination in the world amongst many others titles in 2021. London will be attracting substantial international investment for long to come.
Key Catalysts for Growth

High Demand / Low Supply

The strongest driver of house price growth is a greater demand for property than the number of properties being supplied. Due to the popularity of London as a destination to live and work, the growth of the population has been such that London has missed it’s housebuilding target consistently throughout history, which has lead to substantial house price growth. This is set to continue for the foreseeable future. London missed its’s housebuilding requirement by almost 60,000 homes in 2019/2020 and the current target remains 50% below the requirement for the next 4 years according to Savills forecasting, leading to an even greater housing undersupply. Statista forecasts London’s population to grow by 800,000 residents by 2043.
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London Market Data

London Sales Market


London Rental Market

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