Seeking to buy a home in London

To buy a home is a big step forward but also a financial commitment that takes time. In recent months, prices have fluctuated a lot and it may seem difficult to know where to start. We will help you start your search for the perfect home by telling you who to talk to and where to go.

Internet searches

For starters, you can use the Internet. It is a good tool to know prices and offers on the market, neighborhood by district. You can also filter the accommodations you like next if they are new or old. Smart New Homes is more specialized in new housing. Even if the presentation of the site is not great, it is a good starting point for you if you are looking to buy new. There is also a site specializing in properties that have lost their value since they were put on the market. It’s quite convenient especially since prices have dropped. This site is called: Property Snake. It details how long the house has been for sale, the initial price for sale and how much the price has fallen since it went on sale.

Real estate agents

While it’s handy to use these search engines, it must be said that some sites are not always updated regularly; no site updates its data daily. However, you can visit a real estate agency and register. The agency will then give you information about housing available on the market that may interest you.


If you know the area where you want to buy, go for a walk or bike ride from time to time. The panels for sale are easy to spot, which will give you an idea of ​​the market. Be careful though because many houses Buildings under construction, however, are easy to locate. You can immediately see how advanced the construction work is. There is always a sign on these sites with the name of the builder or builder, the delivery date of the building, and the number of properties sold or for sale. If you are lucky, there may even be a sample apartment to visit or a brochure to retrieve.
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