Glentree in the Press

Money Observer - A labour election victory under Corbyn could spook the market

 Trevor Abrahmsohn at Glentree International estate agents – which sells some of the most expensive properties in London., says “A neo-marxist Corbyn government scares the living daylights out of the middle and upper middle classes. There will be a run on the pound and a fight of the capital leaving the UK, the like of which we have not seen for 40-50 years.

The Negotiator - London development of the year?

Eleven individually designed apartments in London, NW7 with views across Mill Hill Conservation area and its 152 acres of farm and parkland are on the market with Glentree New homes. Karen Morris, Head of Glentree’s New homes said , “Rosary Manor must represent one of Mill Hill’s best kept secrets! I doubt you will find another place quite like it in the area.”

The Negotiator - The tenant fee ban may change the way agents reference potential tenants, but the process is still critical.

 Josh Segal of Glentree Estate says, “Personally, I think moving away from professional referencing companies is very risky and by doing this you are not providing a service to your client. In addition to the credit store (something you won’t see from bank statements, payslips, or employment letter), agents are not trained to spot whether or not a bank statement is fraudulent. This is something someone in a referencing agency will see immediately.”

Financial times - House and Home

 The super-rich looking for something further out of town might consider the six-bedroom house on Canons close, a cul-se-sac off Bishops Avenue, near Hampstead Heath, listed for sale at £11.95m with Glentree Estates. The price represents a cut of more than £4m, or 26 per cent, of the homes original listing price last January. The developer, Firoka Group, knocked down the old home on the site and rebuilt the current one from scratch. “The new price cuts out the negotiation room, not the value,” says Trevor Abrahmsohn of Glentree Estates, sounding, perhaps, the desperate side of optimistic.

The Times - Market Intelligence

 Trevor Abrahmsohn of the Glentree estate agency of Northwest London says it will also help to avoid unnecessary legal fees. “It’s so important to try to bind both parties morally, if not contractually, before the formal exchange of contracts takes place,” he says. However, a similar system in the US has been abused by buyers who come up with spurious reasons to exit a contract without sacrificing the deposit.

My property, My home - The 21st - century cost of moving

 Trevor Abrahmsohn founder and MD of super-prime agency Glentree International, agrees there’s a lot of mystery associated with the conveyancing process of a property transaction: “Certain judicious conveyancing lawyers take advantage of this by charging a percentage of the value of the property to convey a transaction, rather than addressing the time taken for the process.

London property magazine - The Chancellors autumn budget 2018.

There were few tax changes in today’s budget, in respect of SDLT, for the residential property market, writes Trevor Abrahmsohn, managing director of Glentree International.

Financial times - House and home - Bargain Buys.

The Super-rich looking for something further out of town might consider the six-bedroom house on Canons Close, a cul-de-sac off Bishops Avenue near Hampstead Heath, listed for sale at £11.95m with Glentree Estates.

Spectator - The Corbyn effect.

Trevor Abrahmsohn, whose estate agency Glentree Estates has been selling property in and around Highgate in North London since the 1970s, has seen several families sell up in recent months – all people, he says, who had seemed deeply committed to Britain.

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