UK Independence Day

  Whilst “Leave” was a looming threat, I don’t think anyone actually thought that we would, given the recent rallying of the Financial Markets & Sterling. Even the bookies got it all wrong and sentimentally, I do feel a bit of a void as I am sure many of you do too. The fact is […]

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Welcome to the centre of the Universe

  In our experience at Rescorp, over 70% of our buyers are internationally based, whether for personal use, investment purposes or a combination of the two. To date this year and despite disturbances in oil prices, taxes, economies & the potential Brexit, all of our sales transactions have been investment properties and each one has […]

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BUY, SELL, HOLD or brEXIT

  Let us examine BUY: The Government have got this wrong in my opinion. The additional stamp duty levy of 3% on investment properties has been devised to raise more money for the Treasury and to attempt to slow down recent price rises in London. The ultimate aim is to assist people on to the property ladder as […]

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Rescorp launch new monthly newsletter

  A message from the Managing Director It is with pleasure that I offer you a warm welcome to Rescorp’s brand new monthly newsletter. The purpose of our newsletter is to provide you with an easy to read, interesting and insightful look into the Central London property market, with a particular focus on St Johns […]

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Why Indian investors are so important to London property

  One of the biggest forces in the overseas property sector is investors from India and with the strengthening of UK and India economic ties, real estate sales are also set to benefit. That’s the prediction of Vic Chhabria, Director of London-based boutique agency, Rescorp Residential, which sees half of its overseas sales coming from Indian […]

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Properties with a past

From a fariytale palace to a former Victorian bakery, heres’s our pick of 10 tunning historic properties. CHEYNE WALK, LONDON Cheyne Walk is renowned for its famous residents, which over the years has included actors and rock royalty, however, less known is the fact that actual royalty used to live there during the Tudor era. […]

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The future’s bright for Indian investors

  David Cameron and the Conservative party’s surprising victory last month was a signicant boost for foreign buyers of property in the capital. For more than a decade, foreign capital has helped boost Mayfair’s property market, but talks of a mansion tax from the Labour party, which would have hit high-end, multi-million pound property markets […]

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London’s coolest bachelor pads

  This is where the magic happens, ladies… Gone are the days of BACHELOR PADS evoking images of stuffy, sock strewn bedrooms and grubby, pokey kitchens. These days, London bachelor pads come with everything from rooftop terraces to tech-filled living rooms. Here are three man caves we wish we owned… For Hollywood glamour: Crown Court From the portraits of […]

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Autumn Statement: Prime property industry reactions

  A 3% increase the rate of stamp duty on buy-to-let and second homes, and a chunky pledge of extra funding for new housebuilding have set tongues wagging in the aftermath of the combined Autumn Statement and Spending Review, delivered by George Osborne on Wednesday afternoon. Stamp duty news is – as you’d expect from any tax […]

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Modi visit ‘to re-ignite Indian investment into London’s property market’

  £9.2bn-worth of property deals – mainly commercial – are reported to have been agreed between the UK and India following Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Blighty. This, high-end London-based residential agency Rescorp says, heralds “an exciting new chapter” that will see Indian nationals become “one the most important buyers from the emerging countries […]

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