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We’ve gathered together our market-leading experts to share their insight and opinions in these uncertain times and help inform your business decisions.
CBRE shares insight into creating a space that offers a calm atmosphere and perfect conditions for working from home
Laura Tracey, senior architect of CBRE, offers advice on creating a spa-like bathroom and chooses some of her favourite examples of the company’s impressive selection of state-of-the-art London apartments
CBRE has crunched the numbers for 150 London commuter hotspots and produced a map of everything you need to know if you are considering leaving the capital.
'In the winter months, there's nothing better than a cosseting London living room where you can catch up with family and friends- or simply relax after a long day in this most exciting of cities' Laura Tracey, residential design consultant at CBRE.
Switching China for Covent Garden: how to settle in London as an international student!
A new generation of developments is offering Londoners an opportunity to seamlessly combine a fitness regime with their daily lives
What sort of things should homebuyers look for when choosing a new area to move to? Find out more about the key considerations from CBRE Residential here.
Moving to London for the First Time? Here’s How You Can Quickly Acclimatise to Your New Home
The annual Hot 100 report by CBRE reveals the winners in the London housing market in 2019.
How to make friends in London: we made a list of the best meetups in the city to save you some time!
Getting around London 101: an essential guide for those who are just over to visit or have just moved to the city.
Compared to other cities in the UK and many others around Europe, London benefits from excellent public transport links. So much so, in fact, that if you’re living in the city you can...
Homes near regeneration zones in London attract an average 3.6% more price growth per year than properties in the wider local authority area, according to the findings in new CBRE research report, The Regeneration Effect
We have teamed up with Country Life to focus on a new generation of stylish central London apartments that are redefining city living. Scroll down to see some of the city’s glorious period buildings with the luxury and convenience of a new-build.
CBRE has launched its annual London residential research report, Borough by Borough.
Properties near tube stations have the best price growth, according to new research by property advisory company CBRE.
Here is how changes to Help to Buy in 2021 will impact the market.
London has the 8th most expensive average house prices out of 35 global cities profiled by CBRE.
CBRE's annual Hot 100 report reveals the winners of London's residential market
A busy week of new sales launches from London's Docklands to fashionable Marylebone
Jennet Siebrits, Head of Residential Research, discusses the innovative and ambitious regeneration projects that are changing the London landscape.
September is the busiest time of the year thanks to students at LSE, UCL and King’s College London keen to be within walking distance of their lectures.
Global real estate advisor, CBRE, today launches its annual residential report, Borough by Borough.
Battersea and Nine Elms seem to be in high demand for renters...
Take a look at our latest infographic to find out what happens in 24 hours across London. From tube journeys taken and bikes hired, to coffees sipped and jobs created, we show you just how much one day can hold in this diverse city.
Joe Selby, Head of Development Consultancy and UK Project Marketing discusses the changing landscape of Canary Wharf over the past 30 years, and the impact it has had on the real estate market in South East London.
Jennet Siebrits, Head of Residential Research, discusses benefits that effective placemaking has on regeneration areas across London, as well as the impact it can have on the quality of life in these areas.
In a city where everyone is time poor, James Thornett, Head of Agency, explores what developers are doing to make the lives of Londoners as convenient as possible.
CBRE's latest edition of the Residential Development Collection is now available. Download your copy now.
CBRE UK, the world’s largest real estate advisor, has named Luke Mills as Managing Director of its Residential business.
London’s rental population has exploded in recent years, fuelled by lifestyle shifts and the affordability constraints of home ownership. This is a positive trend for property investors to capitalise from.
Hong Kong maintain its position as the world’s most expensive residential address, according to exclusive research released today by CBRE.
London has a gravitational pull like no other, but for those living in the city, the costs of everyday life may seem expensive. Take a look to see how London fares in comparison with other global cities.
Leading global real estate advisor CBRE has announced a two-year partnership with UK charity, Action for Children after the charity was successfully chosen through the company’s UK staff vote. The new partnership will focus on helping young people entering and leaving the care system, as well as...
Exclusive research by leading property advisor, CBRE Residential, can reveal that the London Borough of Camden experienced a 13% increase in house price growth during 2017; the biggest increase of all 33 boroughs.
CBRE Residential Chairman, Mark Collins, discusses the resilience of the London property market and how investor confidence is transforming its boroughs.
Elina Doviborova, Sales Negotiator for our Henrietta House office, discusses downsizers, site visits and events in an overview of her week at CBRE Residential
With new builds accounting for an increasing proportion of the residential market, the amenities and services that can be exclusively offered within this space are becoming just as important as the apartments themselves. In an age of ultra-convenience where everyone is time-poor, Roshan Wial, Sales...
London is an ever changing city, constantly evolving around those who live and work here. Take a look below to see how London's economy and the London lifestyle has changed in the last decade.
Jennet Siebrits, Head of Research, reviews the past year of activity at CBRE Residential and how the London property market has performed in 2017 - And of course, wishes you all a happy Christmas!
Kirk Owen discusses how the lettings' market is full steam ahead in the run up to Christmas...
Chancellor Philip Hammond has delivered his second Budget, where housing reforms takes centre stage.
Education, language, employment, transport, history and culture are just a few of the reasons why numerous people move to London every year.
Watch the video below to find out what CBRE loves about our capital and what compelled some of our people to move to this amazing city.
Different parts of London are popular for different reasons. Some interest professionals looking to progress up the career ladder, some appeal to students and young people because of the social life, while others resonate with couples and young families looking for excellent schools, good house...
Living and working in London appeals to different people for different reasons. For some it’s the lure of the multi-cultural, ever-developing capital city of England and all that it has to offer; while for others it is the prospect of finding the kind of careers that they can enjoy and progress in...
London has 33 very distinct boroughs, each with its own individual character, which attract a range of residents. In this, the third annual CBRE Borough by Borough report, we provide an overview of these boroughs from a housing market perspective. We look at a range of metrics that are of interest...
Luke Mills, Head of Development Consultancy looks at London's love affair with the Thames, and why riverside living appeals to all.
California-native Tracy Hughes has lived everywhere from Hawaii to Bali during her property career, but has called London home since 2012.
James Thornett, Head of Lettings, looks at how the London rental market has changed, offering residents an increasing variety of choice
Lisa Hollands, Head of Boutique Residential discusses how the boutique market go beyond size and geography
Ben Brower, Lettings Negotiator for our Henrietta House office, discusses a typical week at CBRE Residential...
Blackwall Reach E14 is a new destination consisting of over 1,500 brand new apartments located in the heart of one of Europe's most dynamic regeneration schemes. Find out why you should buy property in Blackwall here.
Blank Canvas is a colaborative series of selling exhibitions by CBRE Residnetial and A.K. Lambert.
Although located on opposite sides of London, our chosen rental properties this week share beautiful and bespoke aesthetics whilst capturing perfectly the essence of their surrounding locations.
This week's rent property of the week, is a truly spectacular two bedroom split level maisonette on the Isle of Dogs, E14.
Woolwich is a vibrant area with excellent transport links, live entertainment and an amazing future ahead. Find out why you should buy property in Woolwich here.
Welcome to the first edition of the CBRE Residential University Guide in which we will be covering everything you need to know about being a student in the capital. In our guide we’ll focus on everything from student lettings in London and how to find yourself a student flat close to your chosen...
London is a vibrant city with plenty to see and do whether you’re someone moving to the capital from another part of the UK, moving across the city to find your first student property with friends or course mates, or coming to the UK to study for the first time.
What was the one deciding factor when you moved in to your home? Was it the location? Perhaps the distance to work, maybe the size of the bedrooms or were you looking to move into a property with unique interior design? We’ve all got certain things that we look for when it comes to renting or...
James and Dan, two members of the CBRE Battersea and Nine Elms office, have recently excelled on the sports field as part of winning CBRE teams.
When it comes to new property development in London, it’s not surprising that top of a buyers wish list is close proximity to transport links, local attractions and amenities, city views and a desirable location. However, guesswork doesn’t always meet the genuine requirements of potential buyers,...
One of the biggest factors for couples and young families when choosing a new home is the quality of nearby schools. Across the entire 33 boroughs of London there are currently 3,118 primary schools. In total 658 of these schools, equating to 21%, have been rated ‘outstanding’.
Here at CBRE we pride ourselves on our knowledge of the residential property market here in London and the wider UK, but we understand that some people need a bit more information about a number of the areas we work in. For instance, it might not be completely clear how we can work with national...
Will Porritt, Senior Lettings Negotiator for our Covent Garden office, shares his top tips on where best to go in Covent Garden over the spring and summer months.
In the latest edition of the CBRE Hot 100 we’ve researched a number of locations around London and identified the top ten boroughs for Shopaholics. This means we’ve pinpointed exactly where you need to move to if you simply love shopping, want to live close to a great coffee shop or need easy...
Daniel Eamer, Senior Lettings Negotiator for our Battersea and Nine Elms office provides his recommendation of a quiet little retreat in Vauxhall, Bonnington Café.
Michelle Dunbar, Senior Lettings Negotiator for our Canary Wharf Office shares her experiences of her first couple weeks at CBRE.
Millennials – defined as those born between 1980 and 2000 – make up a quarter of the UK’s current population. Our latest research examines how this often discussed, but little understood, group of people are shaping our society.
As summer arrives in the capital, thoughts turn to enjoying the great outdoors. As a sprawling city, you might not expect London to be great for nature and wide open spaces but we can officially dispel this myth.
Alex Evagora, Lettings Negotiator at our Covent Garden office, shares his favourite haunts in and around Covent Garden.
The word boutique instantly expresses exclusivity: a small shop with one-off pieces; a design-led hotel where no two bedrooms are the same; or a niche investment house which treats every client like family.
London remains one of the most popular global cities, and if you are looking to buy a residential property in the capital, the good news is we’ve identified the top ten most affordable boroughs to buy in, from our Hot 100 report.
Our Battersea and Nine Elms Lettings Manager, James Hughes, discusses a typical week at CBRE Residential...
CBRE Residential continues to diversify its growing business, forming a specialist Boutique development team.
Samuel Anderson, Lettings Manager of our Canary Wharf office, shares his thoughts on The Arora Tower development in North Greenwich.
St. Patrick’s Day conveniently lands on a Friday this year and, in true Irish style, the celebrations will continue over the weekend. We’ve picked out our favourite events and activities with something for everyone.
Luke Mellor, Associate Director for our Covent Garden office shares his thoughts on the soon to be completed 190 Strand development.
On Saturday 11th March, James Hughes, Lettings Manager at our Battersea and Nine Elms office, held a fantastic fundraising event for CBRE’s UK charity partner, Shelter.
Lydia Minto, Lettings Negotiator at our Henrietta House office provides her insider tips on where to eat in and around Marylebone.
On Thursday 2nd March, we celebrated the opening of our new Battersea and Nine Elms lettings office.
I recently flew to the beautiful city state of Bahrain to speak to a select group of women about investment in property. My focus was on female empowerment, and investment as a way to exercise financial freedom and economic power.
CBRE are delighted to announce that on Saturday 4th March Hemsley + Hemsley sisters are hosting 2 cooking workshops at London City Island.
The trend towards car-free cities is picking up speed and when you think about, this idea should not seem like such a radical one, because cars have only been around for a century or so.
Whether you’re looking for somewhere to have a great night out, a cosy date for two, or just a slap up meal, we know the very best places in central London. Our Covent Garden and Soho experts have personally tested and approved each of these venues, to create our very own top 10 favourite haunts.
Our recent Wellness research highlights the impact the design of a home can have on the wellbeing of its inhabitant. The Chinese have known this for centuries; their system of Feng Shui is a set of principles that govern the layout and design of a home
As the Government issue their Housing White Paper, Jennet Siebrits, Head of Residential Research at CBRE, comments:
January is a time when a lot of us take our health, fitness and general wellbeing more seriously. But wellness isn’t just about feeling fit and healthy or free from those pesky coughs and colds going around the office.
The lettings team at our Henrietta House office have joined forces with The Marylebone Hotel. Ben Brower explains more about this new venture for the team.