Direct access to the world’s leading network of luxury real estate specialists.
Our carefully selected international relationships put us at the heart of the world’s leading network of luxury real estate specialists, connecting our expertise, service ethos and UK coverage to high net worth individuals and property markets globally.
In an increasingly globalised world, reaching the right international audience is key when it comes to marketing luxury property.
Overseas buyers have a significant impact on the UK property market, helping to keep demand and prices high through turbulent economic times. London in particular is seen as a haven for international investors, with a third of buyers of prime central London residential property now coming from overseas.
These buyers are increasingly looking beyond the capital for investment and lifestyle opportunities. Appealing to a global audience is vital when it comes to marketing high-value property across all sectors.
At Strutt & Parker, we have the connections to reach the right buyers, wherever they are in the world.
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Knowledge & research
Brexit and agricultural policy
The vote to leave the European Union has created the first opportunity in over 40 years for the UK to design its own agricultural, and environmental, policies.
Why you should open your doors this spring to Strutt & Parker’s National Open House Day
The average number of prospective buyers registering with estate agent branches in the UK is up 10 per cent from December 2016, according to the National Association of Estate Agents.
How woodland managers can make woodlands more resilient to climate change
This briefing note summarises how we, as woodland managers, can make our woodland more resilient to the effects of climate change and the risks from pests and diseases.
Attracting young professionals to your property
With new figures suggesting young professionals will pay a premium to live in certain areas, we look at how you can attract this lucrative market to your property.
English Estate & Farmland Market Review | Spring 2017
The year 2017 started unusually. There was a significant carryover of land on the market – over 40% of the farms launched in 2016 were still available at the end of the year, which is a far higher proportion than we have seen before.
High-end services to make your next move smooth
Moving home is one of the most stressful of all life events. But there are ways to make it easier. In fact, by using these high-end services, moving home can be a breeze. Sit back and let the professionals take charge - you might be surprised at the range of options available to you…
Land Business update | Week commencing 17th April 2017
Welcome to our update on key land management, farming, planning and energy issues.
Scottish Farmland Market Review | Spring 2017
The Scottish farmland market was affected by a wide variety of factors in 2016, from delays in the receipt of government subsidies by farmers, continued pressure on commodity prices, tighter lending criteria, the possibility of a second independence vote and, of course, the result of the EU referendum.