By using this website, you agree to our use of cookies to enhance your experience.
Graham Awards


Agency claims prime central London market has bottomed out

The latest data from Knight Frank suggests that average prices in prime central London dropped 0.7 per cent in the year to the end of January.

The agency says this is evidence that the annual declines recorded over the last 20 months have bottomed out.

The firm has also analysed supply and demand indicators over the last five years and says this, too, indicates that 2017 marked a turning point for the prime central London market.

In the rarified sector for homes valued at £10m or more, prices recorded a 0.2 per cent rise in the year to January, the first increase recorded in this price bracket for almost two years.

The largest rise in sales volumes by price band was 14.3 per cent over the past 12 months for properties valued between £5m and £10m.

  • Brit Miller

    Prime London is going to continue to fall, it is still vastly inflatted. You can't have all the money laundering and capital flight to UK, then turn it off and expect prices to carry on rissing. Where is the money going to come from.

    No Prime London will continue falling and the surplus of luxury flats still being built and not selling will making the situation worse even before we mention Brexit.


Please login to comment

HBB Solutions HBB Solutions HBB Solutions
sign up