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Downtown International is an award winning multinational real estate agency offering an extensive range of brokerage services for residential and commercial properties within downtown areas across the globe. More specifically, we specialise in the sale and marketing of off-plan residential developments and represent leading residential property developers showcasing an extensive portfolio of properties to our clients. Furthermore, we believe in providing a quality service to all our clients to ensure they receive the best professional advice and guidance. Since our inception in 2011, Downtown International continues to be a trusted and leading international real estate brokerage across the world.

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According to VisitBritain, flights from the Middle East are at 96% of 2019 levels with many more expected this year as the UK has dropped visa requirements for GCC Nationals replacing them ...

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According to VisitBritain, flights from the Middle East are at 96% of 2019 levels with many more expected this year as the UK has dropped visa requirements for GCC Nationals replacing them with an Electronic Travel Authorisation (...

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Whilst everyone agrees there will be a general decline in property prices in 2023, London seems to have shown signs of stabilising. House price index figures released by the government for ...

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Whilst everyone agrees there will be a general decline in property prices in 2023, London seems to have shown signs of stabilising. House price index figures released by the government for November 2022 show that London prices ...

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In 2017 the UK’s Conservative Government set a target of 300,000 new homes per annum. 2019-20 saw 242,700 additional homes whilst this fell to 216,490 in 2020-21 due to the pandemic, leaving ...

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In 2017 the UK’s Conservative Government set a target of 300,000 new homes per annum. 2019-20 saw 242,700 additional homes whilst this fell to 216,490 in 2020-21 due to the pandemic, leaving a cumulative shortage of approximately 140,000. ...

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With rising interest rates keeping many buyers on the side-lines, landlords will have no shortage of potential tenants for this year. According to the British Landlord Association (BLA) the number ...

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With rising interest rates keeping many buyers on the side-lines, landlords will have no shortage of potential tenants for this year. According to the British Landlord Association (BLA) the number of people looking for rentals ...

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2022 saw UK property prices rising to record levels until June when annual growth was at 12.5%, however recession fears and rising interest rates saw this growth trimmed back to 2.8% by the ...

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2022 saw UK property prices rising to record levels until June when annual growth was at 12.5%, however recession fears and rising interest rates saw this growth trimmed back to 2.8% by the end of December according to ...

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