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Panic Buying

Nick Churton of Mayfair Office compares the queues for fuel with the queues for property.   Think of an estate agent’s office as a petrol filling station. Over the past eighteen months there have been queues of buyers wanting to find a property. The uplift in...

Hold Very Tight Please, Ding, Ding

Nick Churton of Mayfair Office comments on the state of the property market ahead this autumn. Lots of buyers and sellers are currently asking us, “Where are we?”. What they mean is, now that the stamp duty holiday is over, where are we in the property cycle? The...

Winning Gold in the Property Olympics

Get your game face on. Nick Churton of Mayfair Office looks at what it takes to be a winner in the property event. The property market has some interesting parallels with the Olympic Games. Hand-in-hand with glorious success can come bitter disappointment when things go...

From Complication Comes Clarity

Nick Churton of Mayfair Office looks at changing requirements in property but urges buyers to get back to basics and make things simple. Once upon a time, estate agents noted down a short and straightforward list of buyers’ requirements, such as the ideal number of...

What Goes Up - Goes Up Further

Nick Churton of Mayfair Office looks to a genius to make some sense of the current international real estate market and offer some pointers for the future. What Isaac Newton, who formulated the laws of gravity in the middle of the 17th century, would have made of the current...

Don’t Panic, Mr Mainwaring

Nick Churton of Mayfair Office suggests how to tackle the property market as we approach the end of lockdown and the start of summer. Has the world gone completely mad? Indeed just lately the world of property seems as though it might have done. If the press isn’t...

A Year On

Nick Churton of Mayfair Office looks at how property buyers’ interests and demands have changed over the past twelve months. Covid19 has changed many things in our lives. It has altered our outlook, our expectations and our ambitions, and it has changed the way we live or...

Keep The Home Fires Burning

In his spring 2021 Budget the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, has chosen to keep the fire under the property market well and truly alight.   The UK is now experiencing a property buying demand reminiscent of a 1970s or 1980s type boom. We know there’s a...


Nick Churton of Mayfair Office looks ahead to a busy spring in the property market.   In the wake of Covid 19 the UK experienced an exodus. This was the evacuation of urban dwellers to the land of milk and honey – the countryside.   The flight from city...

Happy 2021

Nick Churton of Mayfair Office reviews a topsy turvy year in the property market and looks ahead with optimism to 2021. In the property market, 2021 will be a far cry from 2020. 2021 will be a time of renewal and fresh opportunities. 2020 started with a bang. Brexit had passed...