Brexit uncertainty has dealt a hammer-blow to the London property market: house prices are falling and transactions are low. So is buying or moving home at this time a terrible idea? Or can a savvy buyer use Brexit to negotiate a good deal? Can we expect prices to rebound after a resolution is finally reached; or fall further? Join Nathan Brooker, the deputy editor of House & Home, for an expert panel discussion on Brexit and house prices. Drinks and nibbles will be provided.
Is now the right time to buy property in London?
BNP Paribas Real Estate
Agenda - 18th Jun
6:30pmDiscussion and Q&A
8:00pmNetworking and drinks
Henry Pryor has been an estate agent for 32 years now acting for buyers of property across the UK sourcing homes from £1m - £50m. Bidding on a house every week and buying one once a month Henry expects to complete his 1000th transaction this year. Having been one of the few people to correctly call the top of the market in the pages of the FT in January 2007 Henry once again called ‘peak property’ in the FT in March this year before ‘Brexit’ and when our biggest concern was whether we would get a hot summer! Henry is a familiar face as the BBC’s favourite property expert often explaining the market mood on Breakfast tv or the Today Program. He is a fierce negotiator helping clients with the purchase of other assets as well as property. He is also a vocal critic of political failings in the housing arena, a consumer champion using the pages of FT to shine a light into the murky world of property and a thorn in the side of the establishment - most recently over London’s unenviable reputation as the worlds money laundering capital giving evidence earlier this year to the Home Affairs Select Committee.Henry lives on a farm in Hertfordshire where he keeps rare breed pigs.
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