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This complimentary book is for high net worth individuals planning to acquire a property in London in the £1m to £100m range.
The author is world renowned London property expert Jeremy McGivern. Jeremy is the the trusted advisor to some of the world’s most successful families, entrepreneurs, Private Equity & Hedge Fund managers, partners at Magic Circle law firms and celebrities.
Avoid the seven most expensive mistakes London property buyers make and discover the strategies and tactics he uses to find and acquire London’s finest homes and investment opportunities for the lowest price possible.
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About the author, Jeremy McGivern
My name is Jeremy McGivern. I founded Mercury Homesearch in 2001 because I became fed up with the advice I was receiving from the estate agents.
Over the last 20+ years, I have personally inspected over 23,000 properties, studied the details of over 153,000 apartments, houses and investment opportunities and acquired hundreds of millions of pounds worth of properties for the clients of Mercury Homesearch.
As I am a massive property bore, I have also studied over 300 years of UK property history, so the combination of being in the market every day with the academic study gives me insights into the market that no-one else has, which is why I am frequently asked to give talks for private banks, law firms and tax advisers as well as featuring on Bloomberg, CNBC, Reuters and in numerous publications including the Financial Times, Sunday Times, MoneyWeek, Forbes, Businessweek and many more.
These are insights that have given our clients a huge advantage when acquiring property in prime central London. You can discover how by visiting the case studies and testimonials page.