Buying a new property in London can be overwhelming, especially if it’s your first time. We want our buyers to be as well informed as possible, so we’ve put together a Knowledge Bank to help you during the process. This contains our ebooks, area guides and some useful links. The ebooks we currently have available for you are:
Figuring out a property is right for you can be difficult online. Because of this Greene & Co. has created lifestyle options in our search bar, which means you can now browse properties by criteria such as proximity to green spaces or the quality of the local nightlife. We have also partnered with Home3D so you can virtual redecorate and redesign prospective properties.
Our area guides cover West Hampstead, Maida Vale, Crouch End, Belsize Park and the City. These can be a great way to suss out an area before going to look around. They are available to download, but why not just pop into one of our branches to pick up a copy? Here you could also have chat with one of our negotiators and have a look at the newest properties on the market. Alternatively, register as a buyer with us and receive property updates by email.
To get a really good idea of the local community, take a look at our what’s on function or subscribe to our local newsletter. Also subscribe to our newly released market update which could provide you with invaluable information on the current property market. You can also keep up to date with us using Facebook and Twitter.
To be completely ‘wised up’ you could also take a look at the book our Managing Director, David Pollock, has written, '101 things your estate agent should tell you when buying or selling your property'.
Buying a house is likely to be the biggest financial move you will ever make so finding the right financial advisers can be critical. Greene & Co.’s preferred financial advisers are AS Financial, who can help you with everything from your mortgage to insurance and tax issues.
It is better for all parties if a deal goes through. In order to assist this, we have created reservation fees.