RIB was first founded over 50 years ago and, during that time, has been providing high quality property advice to a diverse range of clients including private owners, institutional investors and property companies. RIB is a leading agent in both the commercial and residential markets, operating from our central London office in Margaret Street, W1.
The ethos of the business is the same today as it was when it started. The fundamental emphasis is of giving our clients a service they can rely on. A service that is as personal as their individual property needs and a service that is structured, professional and responsive. Our commitment is to our clients; to developing long-term, trusted relationships that both stand the test of time and, most importantly, give them the resources they need, both from a business standpoint and strategically, to make informed decisions across all aspects of commercial and residential property.
RIB’s Investment Team Complete on Sale of Finchley Road Property
The subject property comprises and A1 unit on the ground floor with ancillary basement space. It is located at 893 Finchley Road. The subject Finchley Road property is located on the Golders Green stretch of the road, in close proximity to Golders Green Station. It is located on West side of Finchley Road (A41), linking
Four Different Architectural Styles You Can Expect to Find in the West End
We love the range of properties in the West End and on World Architecture Day we look at some of the architectural styles which are common in the area. Art Deco: One of the most famous architectural styles, Art Deco first became popular in the early 20th Century reaching a zenith in the late 1920s
Hampstead Commercial Property for Sale by RIB’s Investment Team
We are delighted to have been instructed on the sale of a commercial property in the Frognal microlocation of Hampstead available with vacant possession. The subject Hampstead commercial property is located at Units 1 &2 Hampstead Gate, NW3 and comprises two recently refurbished interconnecting office buildings. The two buildings are capable of subdivision if a