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Park Life: Ravenscourt Gardens


Property of the Week Park life - it's what every West Londoner is seeking when they're on the hunt for their next property. Known for an abundance of beautifully maintained green spaces, Hammersmith is a veritable Mecca for buyers seeking the perfect balance of London…

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Five Days in May


What a difference a day makes, but five days? Five days in May meant five property contracts exchanged by our sensational sales team. The King Street office exchanged a hat trick of Hammersmith sales whilst the Chiswick office saw two further sales exchange in the…

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Celebrating a decade of service to Hammersmith, Shepherds Bush and Chiswick


Horton and Garton celebrated 10 years of trading in Hammersmith, Shepherds Bush and Chiswick with a party for over 200 guests at The Hogarth Health Club. Videos, which included well wishes from local Councillors, and speeches followed the delicious barbecue and drinks.…

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Reflecting on One Year at Horton and Garton


by Phil Coombes, Sales Negotiator Another twelve months as an estate agent... that sentence alone would make most people run for the exit! It’s feels like I’ve been at Horton and Garton for years, but last week marked my official one year anniversary. Time flies, they…

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Two houses sold next to Cara Delevingne’s Stamford Brook West London home


A detached Stamford Brook stunner featured in this month's Architectural Digest belongs to international supermodel and actress Cara Delevingne. The eye candy interior is revealed in AD's pages after a complete makeover and redesign by renowned designer Tom Bartlett.…

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Market update: first time buyers


Since November 2017, 69,000 first-time buyers (FTBs) have claimed stamp duty tax relief according to figures published by HMRC.* With the average first-time buyer saving £2,300 on the purchase of their property, the biggest savings are seen in London with FBTs saving…

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Diary of an Estate Agent: A Decade of “Knuckles”


Diary of an Estate Agent Martin Clements Monday I was in high gear last week, working all hours, so the quiet of the Easter holidays is welcome, if a little unnerving. Hammersmith feels eerily quiet, the roads are bare, coffee shops empty and incoming calls more…

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Ruminations on Long Term Lets


Should You Be Considering Long Term Letting Agreements? by Ashley Clements, MNAEA MARLA As a landlord, are you weighing up the prospect of a long term tenancy? A long term tenancy might be just the ticket - but this is rarely the advice I would give to our landlord…

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Property Licensing: Higher standards in Hammersmith and Shepherds Bush


Why Has H&F Council introduced Property Licensing for Landlords? In an attempt to protect tenants from unscrupulous landlords, Hammersmith and Fulham Council have made property licensing mandatory throughout the borough. "We're determined to protect renters," says…

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Buy To Let Landlords pocket over £250k


Buy To Let Landlords in London Make Huge Profits in 2017 The average buy-to-let landlord made a jaw-dropping £253,981 selling their London property in 2017 - almost three times as much as those selling buy to let properties outside the capital. Approximately 96% of…

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