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Opportunities abound in London's private residential market

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Properties in London have also become more appealing, as they grow in affordability. After UK voted to leave the EU, home prices in London eased by 6 per cent in Q4 2016 from Q2 2016, according to Knight Frank's Prime Global Cities Index.

IN May 2019, prime central London prices fell 0.3 per cent amid continued Brexit uncertainty. While the ongoing ambiguity may be daunting, the higher risks may present opportunities to obtain prime real estate in Central London, for investors with the longer investment horizon in mind.

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