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The West London Estate Agent

Oliver sighs as he slicks back his hair with a double handful of Crew, slips on his Rolex and pulls on his chinos. Contemplating the meaning of life, he wonders if he’ll let that two-bed on Fulham Road today.

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The Waterside

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“After a weekend stroll on the riverside, a tiring day in the office or just because you fancy a G&T or two, stop by at the Waterside to relax and unwind.

We’re located overlooking the river Thames and … Read more →

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10 Value Addition Tips Worth Considering When Staging Your Property

Staging Your Property
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First Time Buyers: Help to Buy!

First Time Buyers: Help to Buy!
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Thinking of Putting Your Home on the Rental Market? Here’s How

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What you should know about becoming a homeowner in London

In London, the average monthly rent is now £289 higher than the average monthly mortgage repayment, according to Santander. It might seem daunting but, in the current climate, becoming a homeowner in the capital could be the smartest financial … Read more →

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Alex Eid

Can you tell us a bit about Homie and what inspired you to set it up?

Homie is London’s platform for renters providing a service that rewrites the way people currently rent. I came up with the idea back in … Read more →

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The Duke of Clarence

Open Mon–Sat 11am–11pm, Sun midday–10.30pm

In the 1933 classic British novel, Lost Horizon, James Hilton’s protagonist, Hugh Conway, is marooned in the Himalayas after his plane is hijacked and crashes into the side of a mountain. After a perilous … Read more →

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London: surviving in the world’s largest economic metropolis

London’s seat at the world’s economic top table should be in no doubt. Home to more than 250 banks, it is a city with a global outlook and handles more than a third of all foreign exchange across the world … Read more →

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Sue Fletcher and Martin Neild

What is Shakespeare in the Squares? How did the idea come about?

Sue Fletcher: An open-air touring company that takes a Shakespeare play to London garden squares for one night only during June and July. My co-producer and I are … Read more →

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