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– Secure front entrance
– Stylish bright living space
– Stunning south facing garden
– 3 double bedrooms maisonette
– Quiet residential road in the heart of London Fields
– Recently decorated to a high standard

Imagine living here!

Imagine living here!

For more info CLICK HERE or call our office to arrange a viewing on 020 7254 9444

Massive 5 double bedroom Victorian house available in mid March.

Property benefits from it’s close proximity to London Fields Park, Broadway Market and easy access to City.

Comprises of:
– 5 double bedrooms with polished wooden floor boards
– Seperate kitchen
– Seperate lounge area
– Large south facing private garden.
– 2 Shower rooms with w/c

Lovely back garden

Lovely back garden

Must be seen!

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The Bank of England has decided against further quantitative easing (QE), the policy designed to stimulate growth in the UK economy.

Under QE, the Bank has pumped new money into the economy by buying assets such as government bonds, as a way to boost lending by commercial banks.

Last week, it revealed it had spent all of the £200bn it created for QE.

The Bank also kept interest rates on hold at a record low 0.5% for the 11th consecutive month.

Ireland’s Business & Finance magazine has run a story on Findlay Property in their One’s to Watch column. Business & Finance is Ireland’s leading business magazine.

Read the full article here: Business & Finance

Ones to watch

Ones to watch

The FT ran an interesting story over the weekend saying that prices in land-deprived regions are likely to remain permanently inflated, which is why the world’s most expensive cities will remain that way.

This idea rings true if you think of property hot spots around the world; Manhattan, Singapore, London – where space is a finite commodity.

UK house prices posted strong gains in January after weak advances at the end of last year, with year-on-year gains approaching double-digit territory, according to a closely watched index.

The Nationwide house price index for January surged 1.2 per cent, showing a year-on-year gain of 8.6 per cent.

Read the full article here.

Manhattan

Manhattan - a classic example of land deprivation