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Landmass Stages Of London Property Development

At Landmass London, we act on our client’s behalf as their single point of contact to control, design, and drive any residential project forward. Our approach dictates that all professional services link with each other to ensure a seamless coordination of design.

We invite private commissions from end users and investors wanting to produce the most prised configuration of their property, complimented by timeless interiors and beautiful features. These are our Stages of London Property Development.

STAGE ONE

• SURVEY

• THE BRIEF

• FEASIBILITY STUDY

• CONCEPT DESIGN

STAGE TWO

• DESIGN SCHEME

• PLANNING CONSENT & PARTY WALL AGREEMENTS

• INTERIOR DESIGN

STAGE THREE

• CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION

• TENDER PROCESS & APPOINTMENT

• CONTRACTOR BUDGET AGREED

STAGE FOUR

• PROJECT MANAGEMENT OF CONSTRUCTION

• FIXTURES, FITTINGS & EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT (FF&E)

• SNAGGING & DEFECTS INSPECTION

• BRANDING AND MARKETING

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London Property Development – Belgrave Mews North-SW1 – BEFORE

PHASE ONE

PROFILE & BRIEF

Client Profile

An introductory brief and consultation is the initial step for our team. Following an initial site visit, we will provide our informed opinion with regards to how best to approach developing a concept.

Survey

A measured survey of a property is necessary to understand all eventualities, as well as considering influential factors such as structural issues, planning restrictions and cost constraints.

Feasibility Study

Our experienced team can approach the market to fully understand the current demand and requirements for any given property. Analysing similar properties and values can help determine the most valuable and functional design and layout.

Fee Proposal

Thereafter, we are in a position to confirm a fixed fee for the Architectural, Luxury Interior Design and Project Management of any project. Additionally, we can provide an estimated construction cost and indicative programme.

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Luxury Interior Design – Belgrave Mews North-SW1 – AFTER

PHASE TWO

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT & PERMISSIONS

Concept Design

Our London Interior Designers space planning expertise is showcased in a series of layout options. An initial mood board is also presented providing ideas for finishes.

Design Development

Once a layout is agreed, a detailed scheme is created for the client’s approval. This includes architectural drawings for construction and detailed interior design drawings including sections and elevations throughout for the whole luxury residential development

Professional Team

Landmass will appoint and co-ordinate a professional team necessary to complete the project in question, the costs of which are made aware to the client. Landmass take zero markup on the appointment of professionals and will consider appointing those as Structural, Mechanical & Electrical Engineers, where required.

Permissions

Appropriate planning permission and building regulations are applied for and approved. Where necessary, party wall agreements are arranged.

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PHASE THREE

CHOOSING MAIN CONTRACTOR

Tender Process

All construction documentation is tendered to a minimum of three or four main contractors.

Preferred Contractor

After a comprehensive analysis on budget, we appraise each contractor’s current workload, reputation, track record and financial situation before appointing our preferred main contractor.

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Luxury Interior Designers -Exterior

PHASE FOUR

CONSTRUCTION & COMPLETING THE PROJECT

Lead Consultant

Our Project Manager will coordinate and supervise all professionals involved throughout the agreed construction programme.

Weekly site meetings are chaired with the client made aware of all appropriate matters.

Fixtures, Fittings & Equipment (FF&E)

Our luxury Interior Designers can source furniture, soft furnishings or any additional equipment for a property. Our trade discount is passed onto the client subject to a precurement charge.

Snagging

Prior to completion, we inspect for any snagging issues and manage all post-construction issues. At handover, the client is presented with all documents and maintenance information.

Marketing

If the purpose is to sell the property, we can produce a sales brochure, devise and implement a strategy taking advantage of our brand.

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Best Residential Property – Reception

Over the last 16 years, we have changed the perception of how London property should be designed. We believe the most desirable homes are those in which space and light flow seamlessly throughout.

Our in-house team of Architectural and luxury Interior Designers have an unrivalled imagination that has earned Landmass numerous accolades,

including Best Residential Property in the United Kingdom.

Let’s discuss your project on 0207 235 8345.

www.landmass.co.uk

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Landmass Stages Of London Property Development

At Landmass London, we act on our client’s behalf as their single point of contact to control, design, and drive any residential project forward. Our approach dictates that all professional services link with each other to ensure a seamless coordination of design.

We invite private commissions from end users and investors wanting to produce the most prised configuration of their property, complimented by timeless interiors and beautiful features. These are our Stages of London Property Development.

STAGE ONE

• SURVEY

• THE BRIEF

• FEASIBILITY STUDY

• CONCEPT DESIGN

STAGE TWO

• DESIGN SCHEME

• PLANNING CONSENT & PARTY WALL AGREEMENTS

• INTERIOR DESIGN

STAGE THREE

• CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION

• TENDER PROCESS & APPOINTMENT

• CONTRACTOR BUDGET AGREED

STAGE FOUR

• PROJECT MANAGEMENT OF CONSTRUCTION

• FIXTURES, FITTINGS & EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT (FF&E)

• SNAGGING & DEFECTS INSPECTION

• BRANDING AND MARKETING

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London Property Development – Belgrave Mews North-SW1 – BEFORE

PHASE ONE

PROFILE & BRIEF

Client Profile

An introductory brief and consultation is the initial step for our team. Following an initial site visit, we will provide our informed opinion with regards to how best to approach developing a concept.

Survey

A measured survey of a property is necessary to understand all eventualities, as well as considering influential factors such as structural issues, planning restrictions and cost constraints.

Feasibility Study

Our experienced team can approach the market to fully understand the current demand and requirements for any given property. Analysing similar properties and values can help determine the most valuable and functional design and layout.

Fee Proposal

Thereafter, we are in a position to confirm a fixed fee for the Architectural, Luxury Interior Design and Project Management of any project. Additionally, we can provide an estimated construction cost and indicative programme.

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Luxury Interior Design – Belgrave Mews North-SW1 – AFTER

PHASE TWO

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT & PERMISSIONS

Concept Design

Our London Interior Designers space planning expertise is showcased in a series of layout options. An initial mood board is also presented providing ideas for finishes.

Design Development

Once a layout is agreed, a detailed scheme is created for the client’s approval. This includes architectural drawings for construction and detailed interior design drawings including sections and elevations throughout for the whole luxury residential development

Professional Team

Landmass will appoint and co-ordinate a professional team necessary to complete the project in question, the costs of which are made aware to the client. Landmass take zero markup on the appointment of professionals and will consider appointing those as Structural, Mechanical & Electrical Engineers, where required.

Permissions

Appropriate planning permission and building regulations are applied for and approved. Where necessary, party wall agreements are arranged.

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luxury residential development-Belgrave Mews North-SW1 – CGI

PHASE THREE

CHOOSING MAIN CONTRACTOR

Tender Process

All construction documentation is tendered to a minimum of three or four main contractors.

Preferred Contractor

After a comprehensive analysis on budget, we appraise each contractor’s current workload, reputation, track record and financial situation before appointing our preferred main contractor.

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Luxury Interior Designers -Exterior

PHASE FOUR

CONSTRUCTION & COMPLETING THE PROJECT

Lead Consultant

Our Project Manager will coordinate and supervise all professionals involved throughout the agreed construction programme.

Weekly site meetings are chaired with the client made aware of all appropriate matters.

Fixtures, Fittings & Equipment (FF&E)

Our luxury Interior Designers can source furniture, soft furnishings or any additional equipment for a property. Our trade discount is passed onto the client subject to a precurement charge.

Snagging

Prior to completion, we inspect for any snagging issues and manage all post-construction issues. At handover, the client is presented with all documents and maintenance information.

Marketing

If the purpose is to sell the property, we can produce a sales brochure, devise and implement a strategy taking advantage of our brand.

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Best Residential Property – Reception

Over the last 16 years, we have changed the perception of how London property should be designed. We believe the most desirable homes are those in which space and light flow seamlessly throughout.

Our in-house team of Architectural and luxury Interior Designers have an unrivalled imagination that has earned Landmass numerous accolades,

including Best Residential Property in the United Kingdom.

Let’s discuss your project on 0207 235 8345.

www.landmass.co.uk



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Can you tell the difference between a CGI Luxury Interior Design and a real building?

It is difficult not to be impressed by the quality of Computer Generated Images these days. In fact, it is often difficult to tell the difference between an utterly convincing CGI and a photograph of an actual building.

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London Interior Designers

3D visualisations can be a highly persuasive way to depict the finished product before construction works have even begun. There are numerous reasons why digital imagery plays an increasingly important role in the interior design and residential development process. As well as assisting our London architect, interior designers and clients to make more informed decisions at an earlier stage in the design process, they can be critical to the planning process for their power to communicate ideas and demonstrate a design concept.

In a Belgravia Mews House that our London interior designers recently worked on, it is quite remarkable how the basement interior design has been fitted out completely in line with the CGI.

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London Residential Development

Basement Interior Design

The preparation of CGIs can be a very rewarding process with the added benefit of de-risking the design concept at the earliest possible stage. Unlike traditional 2D plans, the results can be easily understood.

A large number of London residential developments are sold off plan to international buyers. In many cases, these buyers will not even visit the development before purchasing. Consequently, it is important that developers and agents have the best sales and marketing tools at their disposal. CGIs can be invaluable in such instances, providing reassurance about the final product.

In our Belgravia Mews House, the below 3D visualisation was a feature of the marketing brochure. Buyers could use the image to understand the usage of all the floors when considering whether it was the home for them. Incidentally, this house went on to achieve a local record and was purchased for £6.9m by an international buyer.

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Belgrave Mews North – CGI Interior Design

One of our largest current projects is an iconic 3,300 sq. ft new build freehold house in Notting Hill, London. Currently under construction, the property will be for sale on completion in Q2 2015. This unique home will benefit from luxury interior design throughout. 4 bedrooms and private garden are incorporated in a double basement along with the addition to off-street parking.

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Ladbroke Grove – CGI Interior Design

Ultimately, CGI’s have become an increasingly significant part of the design service, particularly so in the prime Central London residential market. Over the last 16 years, we have challenged how London property should be designed. The simplicity in creating a home that flows effortlessly, we believe is the most desirable.

We invite private commissions from end users and investors wanting to produce the most prised configuration of their property complimented by timeless interior design and beautiful features. Our in-house team of London Interior Designers have an unrivalled imagination that has earned Landmass numerous accolades including Best Residential Property in the United Kingdom.

Let’s discuss your project on 0207 235 8345.
www.landmass.co.uk



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A Unique Bedroom Interior Design Can Create a Relaxing Atmosphere

Our bedrooms carry a big load throughout our homes, a greater load than other rooms in our home. Our bedrooms should always be efficient and always ready for use. When the day winds down, we turn to our bedroom as our late night resting place. Our bedroom should greet us with a warm, pleasant, and relaxing space.

We need a nice atmosphere to wind down from the many stresses of the world. A unique bedroom interior design can help ensure a great start to your daily journey. Choosing the right interior design of your bedroom carefully is definitely a must. If you are decorating a guest room, a child’s bedroom, or your master bedroom, the interior design should reflect comfort.

Your Bed

If you asked people what is the most important thing in their bedroom, they would say the bed. You have to go for the bed that is the right size because you want your bedroom to look its absolute best. Do not go for a big bed if your room is not big enough. You do not want your bedroom to look awkward.

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Bedroom Interior Design

Colour

When you are deciding about colours for your bedroom, do not select the bright colors. A bright color in your bedroom will not motivate you to sleep. Having the right colors can help your room look more restful and appealing. Warm colors and neutral colors can give your bedroom a reassuring and stable bedroom atmosphere.

Bedroom traffic

When choosing the design of your bedroom and the type of furniture you want, make sure the arrangements will allow you to move around easily. You don’t want to wake up in the middle of the night stumbling over bedroom furniture.

There are a number of styles and colours to choose from; make sure everything you select will compliment the decor of your room. A bedroom that is well decorated can also increase the value of your home. The bedroom’s beauty can be carried out through the entire house. When someone enters your bedroom, they can get the impression that the rest of your home must be a comfortable space altogether.

If you can take all of these considerations into mind, you can have the best chance of having the best design for your bedroom. You can make your bedroom and life more relaxing.

If you have ideas that you would like to come to life, do not hesitate to contact us.

Telephone: +44 20 7235 8345



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Top Interior Designers London Help You To Create Space Where There Is None

If you’re just moving to London, you might have to change your ideas about interior decoration. Maybe you’re used to bigger spaces, both outdoors and indoors. In London, you’re probably going to have to make do with slightly less space, even if money is no object. However, this doesn’t mean that you should accustom yourself to living in a cramped space. Top interior designers London can help you to decorate your space in a way that feels comfortable and roomy. Here are a few London decorating tips.

Put in levels. You can always create more space by thinking vertically rather than horizontally. Many old buildings have really high ceilings. So if you wanted to, you could put in a mezzanine level in your apartment. This upper level doesn’t have to cover the entire apartment space because this would probably make it look too tiny. Instead, think about building an upper level for half the living room and using it for a dining or study area. To make things interesting, you could even put in a sculptural staircase with a retro or modern feel.
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Expand the windows. Having large windows can really help to make a room look more spacious. So if you just have windows of the usual size, you could consider making them longer, even installing floor-to-ceiling glass. Of course, you’ll have to consider privacy when you do this. But as long as your room is far enough from the crowded street or other buildings, you shouldn’t have a problem.

Use your outdoor areas. Although you’re living in an urban space, you may still have access to a roof, a garden or a balcony. Don’t ignore these spaces. Do them up a little. Create a cosy nook on your roof where you can go for a cup of tea. Put some lounge chairs in your balcony and sit there when the weather’s nice. A hammock in the backyard is also a good idea for those lazy summer afternoons.

Contact us for more ideas to make the most of your property in London.

Telephone: +44 20 7235 8345

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Top Interior Designers London Help You To Create Space Where There Is None

If you’re just moving to London, you might have to change your ideas about interior decoration. Maybe you’re used to bigger spaces, both outdoors and indoors. In London, you’re probably going to have to make do with slightly less space, even if money is no object. However, this doesn’t mean that you should accustom yourself to living in a cramped space. Top interior designers London can help you to decorate your space in a way that feels comfortable and roomy. Here are a few London decorating tips.

Put in levels. You can always create more space by thinking vertically rather than horizontally. Many old buildings have really high ceilings. So if you wanted to, you could put in a mezzanine level in your apartment. This upper level doesn’t have to cover the entire apartment space because this would probably make it look too tiny. Instead, think about building an upper level for half the living room and using it for a dining or study area. To make things interesting, you could even put in a sculptural staircase with a retro or modern feel.
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Expand the windows. Having large windows can really help to make a room look more spacious. So if you just have windows of the usual size, you could consider making them longer, even installing floor-to-ceiling glass. Of course, you’ll have to consider privacy when you do this. But as long as your room is far enough from the crowded street or other buildings, you shouldn’t have a problem.

Use your outdoor areas. Although you’re living in an urban space, you may still have access to a roof, a garden or a balcony. Don’t ignore these spaces. Do them up a little. Create a cosy nook on your roof where you can go for a cup of tea. Put some lounge chairs in your balcony and sit there when the weather’s nice. A hammock in the backyard is also a good idea for those lazy summer afternoons.

Contact us for more ideas to make the most of your property in London.

Telephone: +44 20 7235 8345

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3 Things To Keep in Mind When You Make a London Property Investment

Given that London is one of the greatest cities in the world, a London property investment is going to get you a piece of prime real estate. Even when prices are dropping in other places, London property prices are affected a lot less. And when prices are going up, the value of your London property is likely to skyrocket. Still, there are certain things you should keep in mind before making a London property investment.

Are You Going to Live There or Rent It Out? Generally, when people invest in property, they don’t actually plan to live there. They plan to rent it out and get a monthly income. On the other hand, you might want to get a London property just so that you have somewhere to live during the time you spend in London. So depending on whether you plan to live there or rent it out, your priorities are going to be different. If you want to rent it out, it might be better to get a place where there are many students or young professionals because these are the people who are more likely to rent than buy. On the other hand, if you’re going to live there, you might prefer to be in a quieter place with an older demographic.

Have You Considered Maintenance and Taxes? Besides the cost of actually buying the place, remember that you’re also going to have to pay maintenance and taxes. Before you buy, find out how much these expenses are going to come to with the help of your real estate agent and calculate whether they fit into your budget. If you’re going to rent the place, you probably won’t have a problem but it’s better to know up front what the costs are going to be rather than being confronted with them later.

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London Property investment

Are Your Ready for a Long Term Investment? A property investment is not generally a short-term thing. Sure, you can buy a property one year and sell it off the next year but the process of buying and selling is quite complex and time-consuming. Plus, there’s always a chance that you may not find a buyer, in which case the selling process will take a lot longer than you expected. If you’re looking for a short-term investment, you might want to turn to other options. Property is a solid investment for the long term.

So if you’re thinking about buying property in London as an investment, you might want to keep the above tips in mind. Contact us for more information and property listings.

Telephone: +44 20 7235 8345

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3 Tips For Finding Interior Design Inspiration

You’re looking into purchasing your luxury property in London, preparing to have the home of your dreams—but you still haven’t decided on the interior design of it all. It’s hard to come up with ideas and you want everything to be perfect, so you keep putting it off. Let’s look at some tips and interior design themes to give you some inspiration and ideas to draw from.

1. Look To Nature

Nature provides done-for-you designs that we take for granted in everyday life. Artists and designers understand this principle and use it all the time. Claude Monet was inspired by the beauty of his pond lilies and painted over 200 paintings of them for his series. Vincent Van Gogh has many paintings depicting the yellow wheat fields he was so fond of in life. Fashion designers often take from animal print to design dresses and other fabric designs. Think of something in nature that you find beautiful and customize your interior based on that concept.

2. Personalize Your Design To Reflect Your Passions

Do you have hobbies? A great way to really personalize your interior is to design it around things that you love doing or learning more about. For example, if you’re fascinated by the sea, you might consider a nautical living room design. You could have a blue and yellow color scheme to represent the ocean and the sand. Figurines of sea creatures sit atop the furniture. A ship’s wheel hangs upon the wall. You could decorate with authentic starfish, coral, and seashells of all kinds to craft a classy theme for your living space.

3. Draw From Other Cultures

Cultural themes are great for giving your home a beautiful, cohesive look. Pick a culture you’re fond of and take elements of that culture’s architecture and art to make it your own. You could have your home modeled after Asian culture. Asian vases and dishware could be used for decoration, along with themed prints like Hokusai’s, The Wave. Sliding doors with kimono or cherry blossom print wallpaper are another nice design option under this theme. Fans and samurai gear could make for a nice juxtaposition, providing a nice balance of feminine and masculine characteristics.
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You deserve for your home to look elegantly styled in a theme that inspires you. If you need any help creating a look that’s both beautiful and functional for you and your guests, then contact us and let our experts help!

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3 Tips For Finding Interior Design Inspiration

You’re looking into purchasing your luxury property in London, preparing to have the home of your dreams—but you still haven’t decided on the interior design of it all. It’s hard to come up with ideas and you want everything to be perfect, so you keep putting it off. Let’s look at some tips and interior design themes to give you some inspiration and ideas to draw from.

1. Look To Nature

Nature provides done-for-you designs that we take for granted in everyday life. Artists and designers understand this principle and use it all the time. Claude Monet was inspired by the beauty of his pond lilies and painted over 200 paintings of them for his series. Vincent Van Gogh has many paintings depicting the yellow wheat fields he was so fond of in life. Fashion designers often take from animal print to design dresses and other fabric designs. Think of something in nature that you find beautiful and customize your interior based on that concept.

2. Personalize Your Design To Reflect Your Passions

Do you have hobbies? A great way to really personalize your interior is to design it around things that you love doing or learning more about. For example, if you’re fascinated by the sea, you might consider a nautical living room design. You could have a blue and yellow color scheme to represent the ocean and the sand. Figurines of sea creatures sit atop the furniture. A ship’s wheel hangs upon the wall. You could decorate with authentic starfish, coral, and seashells of all kinds to craft a classy theme for your living space.

3. Draw From Other Cultures

Cultural themes are great for giving your home a beautiful, cohesive look. Pick a culture you’re fond of and take elements of that culture’s architecture and art to make it your own. You could have your home modeled after Asian culture. Asian vases and dishware could be used for decoration, along with themed prints like Hokusai’s, The Wave. Sliding doors with kimono or cherry blossom print wallpaper are another nice design option under this theme. Fans and samurai gear could make for a nice juxtaposition, providing a nice balance of feminine and masculine characteristics.
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You deserve for your home to look elegantly styled in a theme that inspires you. If you need any help creating a look that’s both beautiful and functional for you and your guests, then contact us and let our experts help!

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London Property: Three Myths About Buying a Home in London Busted

The real estate market is constantly changing and evolving. As most people are aware, the real estate market in London and other major cities has been volatile as of late, but there are still plenty of buyers hunting for property. When looking into the prospect of buying a London property many buyers and sellers will come upon a few myths. We’ve collected the three most common property myths that buyer buy into and busted them to make your home buying process a bit easier.

Myth 1: An influx of retiring individuals will cause more homes to become available.

This might be true in some locales, but not in London. Baby boomers, as they are sometimes called, have reached 60 years of age, and they aren’t selling their homes anytime soon. In fact, many people in this age group are staving off retirement and staying in their homes, and if they are selling, they are moving to homes of a comparable size. The retiring population will not be causing an influx in available homes anytime soon.

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London Property

Myth 2: A small space always looks cluttered

This is a real estate myth as well as an interior design myth. A space is only as cluttered as people make it. Because square footage is at a premium some buyers are looking at smaller flats and homes, but that doesn’t mean their space has to be cluttered. Buying a smaller home can actually be a great lifestyle choice. Not only does it help to keep the cleaning to a minimum, but it makes you cull out useless junk which will lead to a more simplistic and comfortable lifestyle overall.

Myth 3: Location is everything.

This is only half true. Yes, location is important, but it isn’t the most important part of the home buying experience. London neighborhoods are constantly evolving and changing, so a location that may not seem ideal now, may turn out to be a great area in a few years. The same goes in reverse, a perfect location can turn into a less than ideal location rather quickly, too. Location should be important, but it should not be the be all and end all of your real estate search.

What real estate myths have you heard? Share your stories with us by contacting us

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