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Remember, remember… [Annual London property review]

Join our webinar to understand what’s been happening in the London property market with experts from three companies providing a recap of 2020 and future insights.
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Published 5 November
30 mins, plus Q&A

Following on from our 2019 review of the London residential property market – Gunpowder, Treason and Property – we revisit the capital’s bricks and mortar market following a year of unprecedented events, and provide insights and research into how the coronavirus, as well as political, economic and social factors, are influencing this highly important asset class.

Hosted, once again, by Colin Campbell, private banker and lending specialist at Nedbank Private Wealth, we debated the state of London’s residential property market in a 45 minute webinar. We explored whether the panel believes that the 12-month outlook gives cause for fireworks or sparklers on a day flagging the demise of Guy Fawkes. We also asked, once the stamp duty suspension ends, if the future might be a damp squib or, indeed, if parts of the market could be hanged, drawn and quartered.

Joining Colin on the panel were:
– Simon White, managing director, London’s Surveyors and Valuers
– Marcus Dixon, head of research and data analysis at LonRes

about the presenters

Colin Campbell

Colin Campbell

Colin joined Nedbank Private Wealth’s London office in 2010 after 15 years with Barclays, working within its retail, commercial and wealth management divisions. He acts as a trusted adviser to a select group of high-net-worth clients, which includes private individuals, professional intermediaries, companies and trusts. Colin provides his clients with a tailored and holistic private banking service, offering integrated banking, lending, investment management and fiduciary services.

 

He is a Chartered Wealth Manager and a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment.

Simon White

Simon White

Simon has been a qualified chartered surveyor for over 35 years and has managed London’s Surveyors & Valuers since its inception nine years ago. He brings a wealth of experience to the table and there isn’t much he hasn’t seen in the world of London property.

 

Over the years, Simon has valued underground houses, houses in the Thames accessible only by boat, and the odd haunted house – a more regular occurrence than you may imagine. He likes golf, fine wine and progressive rock.

Marcus Dixon

Marcus Dixon

With over 17 years of experience, Marcus is one of the propery sector’s leading residential housing analysts. Marcus joined LonRes as Head of Research in 2015, specialising in analysing and reporting on London’s prime housing market. Marcus regularly appears in both the national and industry press.

LonRes is a platform for an exclusive network of 6,000+ well-known and established property professionals. LonRes offers unique, real-time data on London’s sales and lettings markets and benefit from the most comprehensive archive of London’s properties in the market.

Access more of our insights

Q1 London residential property update

28 Jan

   |   45 mins

Colin Campbell was joined by Marcus Dixon of LonRes and Rob Cohen of the MJ Group to discuss the current state of and outlook for the London residential property market following the highs and lows of 2020.

Money management

Lombard loans: your questions answered

1 Dec

   |   7 mins

Lombard loans are an option few individuals take up, and yet they typically offer an opportunity for people to borrow that can be much easier and cheaper to set up, risks notwithstanding. Colin Campbell explains.

Money management

An update on one of life's certainties. What is happening to UK property tax?

26 Nov

   |   45 mins

Rachel de Souza of RSM joined Colin Campbell and John Williams to discuss UK property tax changes, how these might be mitigated and answered our audience's questions in a 45 minute webinar.

Money management

Remember, remember… on 5 November 2020: 12 questions answered on the London property market

12 Nov

   |   15 mins

Following the 5 November webinar, we've collated the answers from 12 of the questions asked during the session to the three experts who cover the London residential property market.

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