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Dear London Property Friend,


London's property market appeals to UK and overseas investors alike. That’s hardly surprising given the short supply and rising demand mix that exists in the UK’s capital city. In many ways, London is a stand-alone property market – and it needs a stand-alone property service. That’s exactly what London Property Alerts provides for you.

London Property Alerts is a free property e-alert service for London property investors. We bring you the latest news of what’s happening in the London property market – prime central, buy-to-let, commercial and other property, infrastructure improvements, regeneration, what to buy, what to avoid – and a whole lot more.

Sign up now and London Property Alerts will deliver the latest lowdown straight to your e-mail box. You don’t need to provide your name or an address and we’re certainly not asking for any personal or financial information. Just sign up today with an email address and see what we deliver.

London Property Alerts is in daily contact with in-the-know experts on ‘all things London’ – long-time, successful investors, property auctioneers, brokers specialising in off-market deals, student accommodation developers and estate agents and letting agents. The hottest property news is sent to you by e-mail. Sign up with your e-mail address now and start receiving these money-making - and money-saving - e-alerts asap.

Best Wishes,

Iain Maitland
Editor, London Property Alerts

About LPA

London Property Alerts' services are provided free to registered members only. We research all of our news and commentary carefully but disclaim responsibility for any inaccuracies or omissions.

We take your privacy very seriously. We promise we will never sell or hire or trade or give away your e-mail address. If you decide at any time that London Property Alerts is not for you, just click the unsubscribe link at the bottom of your daily e-alert and you will be removed from the list immediately.

London Property Alerts is a trading name of T & I Maitland Limited. You can write to us at 34 New House, 67-68 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8JY.  You can contact the London Property Alerts editor Iain Maitland by telephone on 01394 272338 or by mobile at 07956 106 007.  

You & Your Investing   

Property is an illiquid asset and prices can and do go up and down.  Investors can and do lose money on such investments. You must do your due diligence before investing in any property opportunity. You must always take independent professional advice before investing in property. You must not rely on information given to you by developers or agents or those with vested interests.

London Property Alerts is funded by weekend  'open or delete' and other introductions. As such, these should be viewed as third party advertisements and be subject to exactly the same due diligence and independent professional advice as any other property opportunity. Introductions are not endorsements or recommendations of such opportunities. 

About Iain Maitland 

Iain Maitland is a long-term property investor who made a 25x profit on his first commercial property investment between 1985 and 1987. He now edits the free daily  e-news and monthly PDF newsletter services UK Property Alerts  at and International Property Alerts at  He also oversees the weekly e- news services at,,,, and

He is the former editor of Maple Publications’ Property Millionaires’ Club, LifeSecrets and AuctionTrader and Fleet Street Publications’ Shortcut Confidential, Personal & Finance Confidential and SuperTrader as well as Streetwise Publications' Passive Income News and The Streetwise Bulletin . His courses include Secrets Of The Property Millionaires (Maple Academy), Successful Investing (Regent Academy) and The Maverick Investor’s Home Study Course (Streetwise Publications). He has written 50+ books for worldwide publishers including Random House and Harper Collins. These have been published as far away as Russia, India, Japan, USA and Australia. He has also written for the Sunday Times, Which?, Director and the Financial Times.