Sat 31 Aug 2013
The market trends, new appointments and latest statistics from West London's prime postcodes
Marsh & Parsons
Marsh & Parsons has reported that the gap is closing between property prices in Prime London and Prime Central London. While Prime London property grew in value by 3.6% between Q1 and Q2 2013, this was nearly matched by Prime Central London, which experienced a 3.4% quarterly growth, as investors continue to see this area of the London property as the best income generator and economic sanctuary for their funds. The average property price now stands at 2m in Prime Central London, following an annual increase of 9.3%.