Where to buy a home in London in 2015 and how interest rates can work in your favour

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Where to buy a home in London in 2015 and how interest rates can work in your favour
10th December 2014

Editor of the Evening Standard's Homes and Property Magazine, Janice Morley, takes a look at the property market and trends in home decoration and planning.

Where the property market is going in 2015

It’s a big year for London. New Crossrail plans have fuelled hot spots about the capital, promising hotspots for investment and exciting places to live that will soon offer a reasonable commute too.

Low interest rates mean good things for interest rates

Interest rates are expected to stay low, which could mean mortgages will become easier to obtain. With the 2015 election just around the corner, political one-upmanship will create uncertainty, so Janice’s advice for a deal is to buy while the market is  uncertain and prices are being held down. We also hear why Janice hopes the election prompts the parties to get serious about property. 


Marsala the colour of 2015

According to Pantone, the homeware and fashion market has declared marsala the colour of 2015. It’s a rich, earth ruby wine tone. 

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