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New buying agency launches as London market shows recovery

A new buying agency has launched, aimed at well-heeled purchasers and sellers. 

Called Xander Prime it says it is “acting on behalf of individuals looking for premium service with complete discretion and anonymity.” 

And while the company is based in London, it says its jobs is “sourcing the best prime residential property globally.”

It’s been set up by Alexander Wall who promises his clients access to his “extensive network and relationships paired with his experience in purchasing, refurbishing and disposing of Prime Central London residential property over the last 15 years.”

It pledges independent and impartial advice and will advise sellers too “starting with an initial consultation and market appraisal, followed by deciding on the right marketing strategy and agents to provide it.” 

Wall himself says: “Xander Prime is unique when compared with many other buying agencies, as your main point of contact is me. As such, you receive a very personal end to end service. My clients receive peace of mind that I exclusively represent them, consistently introducing the very best property the market has to offer.”

Recently Zoopla declared that the market in London - struggling for years thanks to a mix of high stamp duty and Brexit uncertainty - may finally be turning.

Less than a quarter - 23 per cent - of postcodes in the capital registered annual price falls in October, down from 82 per cent a year earlier. 

London saw average house prices prices edge up over the past year, albeit this was by a modest 1.5 per cent; one of the factors boosting the capital’s market was a shortage of new properties coming on sale.

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