2016

July 2016

A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS Last week we sent out The Wetherell Market Report on the effects of “Brexit” and the opportunities for Mayfair residential property. We had such a good response that we decided to take the English idiom of “A picture is worth a thousand words” and produce a poster that […]

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June 2016

Wetherell Referendum Market Report – “The price of greatness is responsibility” So said Winston Churchill and this quote has much relevance for the EU Referendum on Thursday 23rd June 2016. It is not a question of which way you vote but whether you take up your democratic privilege and actually go out and vote – the […]

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May 2016

HOW QUIET IS QUIET? This time last year we reported that turnover of sales transactions were 50% off Quarter 1 2014 due to the imminent General Election and threat of a Mansion Tax. Since the election the Conservative government have brought in a “raft” of property related changes to SDLT (stamp duty) and other tax […]

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April 2016

Mayfair in the1950’s saw the demolition of all the Georgian mansions on the western side of the world’s most famous square and construction started on a modernistic new building designed by Eero Saarinen, a Finish American architect. The American Embassy London Chancery Building in Grosvenor Square opened in 1960 after moving from 1 Grosvenor Square […]

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March 2016

Only 10% of the Mayfair market is houses for sale and only a third of these are under £10 million. There are only two available between £5M – £10M. This extremely rare new build house behind a period listed façade in Curzon Street has just been launched by Wetherell at £9.995M. With an amazing oversized […]

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