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Why international property buyers are looking at Hove

Mayfair Office members, Mishon Mackay, were recently interviewed by Mansions Global about why international buyers were looking at Hove.

Principal, Alex Mackay says "At Mishon Mackay we are proud to be one of Hove’s top independent estate agents, and with over thirty years of experience our knowledge of Hove, its neighbourhoods and the current property market is unbeatable.

Therefore, we were delighted when Mansion Global, an international luxury property site connecting affluent international buyers with luxury listings, premium content and original market news and insight, asked our Hove Sales & Business Development Director, Steve Neocleous, to share his industry insight and knowledge on the Hove area:

“Hove Lawns offer regency townhouses and luxury bungalows a stone’s throw from the sea. The affluent community is minutes from some of the city’s best restaurants and has easy access to array of independent shops and historic architecture.

The picturesque city of Brighton and Hove has been a fashionable seaside spot since the early 1800s, when it was a favourite haunt of Britain’s wealthy upper classes. Nestled amid rolling chalk hills known as the South Downs, the city is located on the south coast of England, an hour from London, and is famous for its beaches and its iconic late-Victorian pier. 

Originally neighbouring towns, Brighton and Hove were united in 1997. “Half the time you don’t realize you’ve moved from one to the other because there’s no real defined boundary between the two,” said Steve Neocleous, Hove sales and business development director at local real estate agency Mishon Mackay. “Brighton is better known than Hove [but] Hove, for some time now, has almost eclipsed Brighton in terms of prices,” he said, joking that it’s Brighton’s “better-looking sister.”

To read the whole piece click here.