Why would you choose to live in The South of England? It is often thought of as more cultural and has different characteristics to other regions. A South property search conjures up images of leafy streets, large houses and big gardens, with phrases such as ‘London’s stockbroker belt’ and ‘rising house prices’.

However, this idyllic picture of perceived wealth masks an area that’s increasingly being separated into areas of great wealth and great deprivation. An estimated 26 million people live and work in this region.

Working and living in the south has its challenges, driven by the cost of owning or renting property combined with the overall cost of living. Choosing where to live has become more of a lifestyle decision with people carefully selecting and choosing where they can afford to live and then seeking employment either locally in commuting to the cities or larger towns to follow their careers or higher paid jobs.

Property Locations


Enjoy the vibrant and dynamic pace of London, with its cultural diversity and blend of tradition with modernity.

Home Counties

The Home Counties of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, Surrey, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire are the counties that surround the capital London.


The South of England, often thought of as more cultural, has different characteristics to other regions.

South West

Whether you are simply visiting this region or wishing to work and relocate to the South-West of England, there is something for everyone.

North West

People do say that the north-west of England, despite its damp and wet climate in winter, is one of the friendliest places to live in England.