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James Hyman

Partner - head of residential agency

James Hyman

One of Central London’s leading residential agents with a strong track record of delivering exceptional deals for developers and private individuals over the past 20 years. A wealth of experience covering all aspects of residential property, focusing on sales and lettings in London’s most exclusive neighbourhoods.

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T +44 (0) 20 7407 3669

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Residential estate agency

When it comes to selling or letting your home, we are driven to make it stand out from the ordinary. It's our purpose to help you make the most of its value and guide you with great consideration through every step of your property journey with us.

Selling your home

When it comes to selling your home, we are here to make it stand out from the ordinary. We always go the extra mile to get the best value from your property and to guide you smoothly, and with care, through every step of the sales journey.

Letting your home

When it comes to either letting your own home or a rental investment, we make it stand out from the ordinary. From first appraisal to tenancy end, our dedicated lettings team provides exceptional service with in-depth market knowledge, practical advice, and an externally audited lettings process that guarantees peace of mind.

International residential sales

Our network of international offices and associates offers access to on the ground local market knowledge and expertise. Whether you are looking to buy, sell, let or develop, our experienced international team will deliver expert, informed, personal advice and guide you step by step through the selling or buying process.

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Residential lettings market update Q1 2023

Rents continue to rise strongly across the UK as demand flows back into city centres where supply is tight.

UK and London sales market update Q1 2023

Average house price growth slowed sharply at the end of last year and continued to ease in January.

UK economic outlook Q1 2023

The economic outlook for the UK is challenging this year, but there is growing consensus that the downturn will not be as long as previously expected.

Forecasts and outlook Q3 2022

The recent political upheavals have exacerbated the uncertainty around the UK’s economic outlook. But behind the headlines, housing data has for some months been pointing to a slowing market after several years of record-high activity.

Wider South East Q3 2022

House price growth slowed slightly in the wider South East in Q3, but are still up 10% year on year.

London sales and rental review Q3 2022

Average house prices across London continued register growth in Q3, but at a more modest rate than other regions.

UK rental review Q3 2022

Average UK rents continue to rise strongly, with double-digit growth in most regions in Q3.

Spring statement 2022 comments

On Wednesday 23 March 2022, the Chancellor gave the Spring Statement to Parliament. Here, our residential and commercial teams highlight key points, and the potential impact on the UK property market.

London sales & rental review Q4 2021

The sales and rental markets in London both showed strong growth in Q4, but overall have not quite kept pace with the rest of the country through the pandemic period.

5 post-pandemic trends shaping the Central London sales & lettings market

The COVID-19 pandemic led to dramatic changes in how we live and work and has had a huge impact on the UK housing market.

London sales & rental review Q3 2021

The London rental market was very strong in Q3, across both the prime and mainstream sectors, as demand increased significantly due to returning office workers and the usual seasonal boost from students and graduates.

London sales & rental review Q2 2021

The mainstream London sales market has held up well through the pandemic but is lagging the very strong growth seen in other regions. Its rental market is weaker but showing signs of recovery.

What is the future of Prime Central London?

Prime Central London has had to adapt and evolve to meet the changing needs of the rich and famous for hundreds of years. It now faces new challenges – not just thanks to Brexit and the immediate impacts of the global pandemic – but also longer-term issues like changing lifestyle preferences and climate change.

Wider South East Q1 2021

The wider South East saw strong house price growth in Q1, and the average time taken to rent a property reached record lows. The pandemic may be impacting the locations people choose, perhaps leaving traditionally popular commuter towns overlooked.

Prime Central London Q1 2021

Prime Central London sales values continued to fall in Q1, but transaction numbers and stock levels were up on the same period last year which suggests increased confidence in the market. The rental market is still weak, but sentiment has improved relative to late last year.