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London is a fascinating and diverse City which continues to delight and intrigue us everyday. Not a day goes by where there isn't something new to report on London or its glorious range of inhabitants, both commercial and human! Our blogs are here to pass on just a tiny snapshot of some of thing things we think may interest you about our wonderful Capital City.

Successful Buy-to-Let

Capital P | 11/04/17

Choosing the right property is vital to becoming a successful property investor. Many properties are now marketed specifically to investors, and increasing numbers of people are choosing to acquire a buy-to-let property as an alternative to a traditional pension fund. I agree that property can...

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London’s Best Cinemas

Capital P | 11/04/17

There’s nothing better than a big tub of warm popcorn in front of a good film. And sneaking off to watch a film during the day is a guilty pleasure that everyone should indulge now and again. London is home to a wide...

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Choosing Off Plan Flats

Capital P | 30/03/17

Diane Howie, buying agent and Director of Capital P London has successfully helped a large number of clients buy off-plan properties in the capital. Many of these purchases are for repeat clients who rely on her advice to the degree that they never set foot...

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Buying Agents - Not Just for the Wealthy

Capital P | 30/03/17

It’s interesting that during the last quarter I have had more enquiries from first time buyers than ever before. It’s a very sensible buyer who asks for help with what is likely to be one of the most expensive purchases they...

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The Square Mile

Capital P | 30/03/17

The City of London, also known as The City, or The Square Mile (after its approximate size), is the area of London that originally lay within the ancient city walls. It doesn’t always feature highly for tourists, but I find the history of...

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London’s Changing Season

Capital P | 16/03/17

There’s something rather special about London in the autumn. Fiery red, orange and yellow leaves falling gracefully to the ground, the sense of intimacy that comes from catching glimpses of warm, well-lit interiors as evening falls, cosy pubs, the smell of coffee beans...

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Mind the Gap - London’s Underground

Capital P | 16/03/17

It’s difficult to imagine life in London without the tube network that enables hundreds of thousands of people to make the journey from home to work and back again each day. On 9 January 1863 the world’s first underground train pulled out of...

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The Heron,  5 Moor Lane, London, EC2Y 9AP

Capital P | 16/03/17

I’ve just found a flat for a client in a fantastic development in the City! ‘The Heron’ is only 2 minutes walk from Moorgate tube station and 7 minutes to Liverpool St. This amazing building offers the ultimate in luxury one and 2-bedroomed...

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