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Living in London has been busy painting the town pink in the lead up to its 15th Anniversary, and it’s finally here! Happy Birthday to us; proud to be celebrating 15 years in SE16!


2016 was a very busy year for us; we opened a new branch at Marine Wharf and won several awards, including ‘Best Estate Agent in SE16’ for the second year running in the allAgen ... read full article

We won Best Lettings Agent 2017 in the Propertywire Awards

Living in London is thrilled to announce it has been awarded the title of ‘Best Lettings Agent 2017’ at the first ever annual Propertywire Awards. The winners were announced at a prestigious awards ceremony on Friday 24th March, hosted at the M by Montcalm Hotel in Shoreditch.


After being successfully nominated and shortlisted, Living in London was awarded the a ... read full article

Living in London advises investors on buy-to-let tax changes

With so many changes underway in the lettings industry, it’s easy to see why landlords and investors are nervous for the future. It is now more expensive to buy since the 3% Stamp Duty surcharge was introduced back in 2016, not to mention more expensive to own since the loss of the 10% wear-and-tear allowance. April 2017 saw the beginning of tax relief on mortgage interest being phased ou ... read full article

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It’s already been a busy year for Living in London. We’re painting the town pink to celebrate our 15th Anniversary and we’ve already bagged ourselves another award, claiming Best Lettings Agent 2017 at the read full article

Hung Parliament: What happens next?

Theresa May’s huge political gamble to call a snap General Election backfired disastrously, as the Conservatives lost 23 seats to Labour, stopping any chance of a majority vote, shocking the country with a hung parliament. A hung parliament is the result when no party gains the 326 seats needed to form an overall majority in the House of Commons, but what happens now?


There are ... read full article

How will the General Election affect the property market?

For most, Theresa May’s announcement of a snap General Election on June 8th came as a bit of a surprise. Investors and property experts prepared for more uncertainty, questioning whether the market would come to a complete standstill until after the election.


Looking back at past elections, it’s easy to see why some experts believe this could be a possibility &n ... read full article