12th Dec 2012
As 2012 entered its final months it appeared that a Conservative Chancellor of the Exchequer had managed to achieve what no one else, not even Gordon Brown in his heyday as Chancellor had managed to do, and that was to stop the prime central London residential property market firmly in its tracks.
1st Oct 2012
With ‘Summer’ now a distant memory, thoughts turn to how we anticipate the market will perform over the next three to six months.
15th Aug 2012
Contrary to the doomsday scenarios concerning the Olympic Games in London, we have survived unscathed and from a personal point of view with immense pride on a job well done by London, LOCOG, and Team GB.
31st Jul 2012
As the Olympic rings and ‘Zil’ lanes appear on the Brompton Road outside our office allowing the great and the good of the Olympic family to whiz through central London, the games of the XXX Olympiad are now with us.
12th Jun 2012
Written by the great Bob Dylan in 1965 and taken from the album ‘Bring it All Back Home’, did arguably one of the finest poets of our generation inadvertently give a title to one of the great current dinner party debates- to dig or not to dig?
15th May 2012
Once again, Europe seems to be heading into a Euro crisis with a red political wave moving across Europe from Greece to France. With their electorates voting against the austerity measures imposed on them by Brussels and implemented by their previous governments what could this mean for the prime residential London sales market?
22nd Mar 2012
What will be the effects of George Osborne’s budget on the housing market in Prime Central London?
2nd Mar 2012
In February we re-designed our website and, to coincide with this, we are undertaking a marketing campaign this spring targeting the wonderful garden squares in the areas we cover.
17th Feb 2012
Welcome to the first Kaye & Carey blog launched to coincide with our re-vamped website, which we hope you will find user friendly and informative.