In The Press

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Our property experts are often asked to share their extensive knowledge in the press. Below are some of our most recent mentions.

30 November 2018

Guide to Bath (Country & Town House)

The problem is securing a house - such is the demand for properties in the best addresses that many change hands offmarket. Property prices have risen steeply, according to Robin Gould of Prime Purchase. 'The burgeoning student population means cheap accommodation is not readily available and is often bought by investors,' he says. 

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22 November 2018

Iconic Street: Beauchamp Place (The London Magazine)

'One of the few true boutique streets still in Knightsbridge and it has tried to retain an exclusive air,' comments Guy Meacock of Prime Purchase - so the residential offering is all flats above shops and many are second homes. 'There is a strong contingent of Arab buyers,' he adds.

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02 November 2018

Budget 2018: The devil is in the detail (The Independent)

'On the one hand, the government claims to champion social mobility and diversity but on the other, it is saying that if you are foreign you are not welcome. There is no logic to it. If this government thinks that penalising the people at the top, particularly foreigners, will revitalise the economy and get things going, then it is very wrong,' says Charlie Wells, managing director of Prime Purchase.

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19 October 2018

Fed up of terrible trains? Three of Britain's best places to live if you want an easy commute to work (The Daily Mail)

'Thame and the surrounding villages have increased in value considerably and caught up with towns or villages such as Henley and Marlow, whose rail links are secondary in comparison,’ says James Shaw, of buying agency Prime Purchase.

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