Glentree in the Press

What could Brexit mean for UK residential property

Trevor Abrahmsohn the self-styled "Bishops Avenue estate agent" whose company Glentree Estates sells property to the rich and famous in Hampstead, believes Brexit is a red herring.

The complicated world of subsidence claims

Trevor Abrahmsohn , MD at estate agents Glentree, predicts a steep rise in subsidence claims following this year's hot summer.

Fabric Magazine - Hampstead Garden Suburb

Trevor Abrahamson, Glentree Estate says? "With its village green and strong sense of community, Hampstead Garden Suburb is one of the most desirable areas in North West London. Properties in this charming environment range from cottages to castles. You can start life here with a modest £300,000 apartment and make your way up the ladder to a mansion for £50 million".

Ham & High - Protest at plan to sell Queen Mary's

Hampstead campaigners have hit out at plans by the royal free hospital to sell off the Queen Mary's house in Heath Street to developers to build high end luxury flats. The 100-year old former maternity hospital is being marketed with Knight Frank as "Hampstead Garden". Estate agent Trevor Abrahamson, of Glentree Estates, who has been given a private tour said: "This is a prime location with great value and prestige with panoramic views". He estimates flats would fetch £2,500 per square metre.

The JC - Where to live

You do not have to stray far away from the centre of Mill Hill to find yourself apparently in the middle of the countryside. Here, Glentree is selling the Chapel, in the ridgeway, as "shell and core" with planning permission for a 6,500 sq ft house. The price is £2.5 million. Also on the Ridgeway is Rosary Manor, with two-to four bedroom apartments priced from £1.7 million to £4 million. There is off street parking, a porter and communal gardens with a summer house. Agent is again Glentree.

The Guardian - NHS privately planning to turn London hospital building into block of luxury £10m flats

The trust has been given guided tours of the site to local property developers and estate agents. Trevor Abrahamson, the founder of Glentree International, an estate agency that specialises in selling homes in Hampstead and Highgate to rich overseas investors, said he was given a private tour 18 months ago and offered his advice on how best to maximise value from the site.

The Times - why the future is renting

Glentree Estates, a North West London agency, recently reported that one wealthy tenant was prepared to pay as much as £50,000 a week for a place to rent.

Financial times - Lowdown on highgate.

 UK property buyers appear to be less than bullish as prices in the North London market suffer substantial falls. On Hampstead Lane, next to the Heath, Glentree is marketing an eight bedroom house with an 130ft garden, garage and a cinema room for £6.5m – £1.45m less than its original asking price of £7.95m.

The Daily Telegraph - How to save on stamp duty in style

 Self-build has become big business in the gilded environs of Hampstead, North London, where Trevor Abrahmsohn, director of Glentree Estates, says building plots account for 70 per cent of his £120 million of sales in the last 6 months. “if you buy a £10million site and spend £10million on building a property, you’ll have a house worth £30million and you will have saved yourself £3million on stamp duty and £2million on VAT” says Abrahmsohn. “If you are an overseas buyer, add a further 40 per cent saving because of the currency and price falls in prime London.

The Evening Standard - Price cuts at record lows as buyers hold off

 There’s no shortage of house hunters, with the average agent having just over 300 on its books. But in London, Trevor Abrahmsohn of Glentree International blames overvaluing by agents and high moving costs and taxes that encourage vendors to aim too high when setting an asking price.

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