This snap shot shows you what has happened to house prices in Rayners Lane over the last 10 years and with nearly £200,000 added to the average house price its clear that buying a property can be financially very rewarding as well as providing a home for you and your family For a full market report for your local area please complete the form below

Christmas Eve brought the news that Boris Johnson had conclusively agreed on a Brexit deal for the UK with the European Union. This gave optimism that the economic turmoil of leaving the EU would be radically reduced, yet what will this ‘trade deal’ do to the value of your Rayners Lane home and the mortgage payments you will have to make?

12 months ago, the unemployment rate in Rayners Lane stood at 2.1% of the working population, yet with Coronavirus hitting the UK, what impact will this rise in unemployment have on the Rayners Lane property market?

Helping our local community in Harrow as we head into the next lockdown...

What happened to the predicted Rayners Lane house price crash of 15% that didn’t happen in the Summer of 2020? Or the predicted fall of 18% Rayners Lane house prices by the Treasury if we voted to leave the EU at the 2016 Referendum? How will a No Deal Brexit affect the value of your property? It really comes down to two things...

If you are selling at the same time as buying, you will likely find yourself in the middle of a chain with people both above you and below you. A property chain is only as strong as its weakest link – the more links, the higher your risk. There are a few steps you can take to minimise your risk, check out our tips below…

Struggling to find the right home? Don’t forget the golden rules of the property game…

Covid-19 has affected every part of the way we buy and sell recently. Here we'll look into how COVID-19 is altering the way we think about property, plus how the pandemic is shaping and reshaping property market trends…

We are moving into a new phase of working and many of us are now working from home in makeshift spaces and offices. With this becoming a more permanent fixture and home working spaces becoming more in demand, we need to ditch the kitchen table and start thinking about how to design the best home office setup.

…and the three reasons why it will not be the catastrophic scenario some are predicting.

With just a week left of our competition, we wanted to offer some resources to those children wanting to enter...

If the proposals were adopted in full, some Rayners Lane landlords would pay £11,500 less Capital Gains Tax than they would currently...