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Budget 2016: What is the Lifetime ISA and will it help in north London?

Under-40s will receive a £1,000 per year bonus from the government to help them buy a property or save for retirement if they open a Lifetime ISA.

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A mews flat in St John’s Wood to buy for only £185,000?

No we’re not leafing through dusty old property listings from the late ‘90s, but there is a catch to this apparent prime London bargain.

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Remember the days of cheap rent? This Belsize Park lettings agent does

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Glentree selling agent and baking enthusiast Jonathan Wein loves to keep things local and is a dab hand in the kitchen

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Hampstead Garden Suburb: Quiet, exclusive and well-planned

Once home to grazing elephants, Hampstead Garden Suburb is nowadays one of London’s most exclusive areas full of green spaces and Arts & Crafts architecture.

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Crouch Hill: Independent cafes and shops and great outdoor facilities

This friendly, laidback area is well and truly on the up, with electrification of the railway the latest improvement to hit the area

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A beguiling mixture of transport hub and quiet residential district, the area also bustles with independent businesses that keep residents loyal and fiercely protective of the local feel of their neighbourhood

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The Regent’s Park flat that’s fit for royalty

Inside the palatial north London apartment that could yours for just over £17 million

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