Investment of the month – Elm Park Gardens

It is exciting to introduce a fantastic property investment in the sought after address in Chelsea for a two bedroom apartment, Elm Park Gardens.

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Remortgage rates for buy-to-let products cut by major UK buy-to-let lenders

Data released by the Bank of England shows buy-to-let mortgage rates at 75% loan-to-value are at their lowest since records began in 2012, averaging just 2.27%. This is mirrored by historically low rates for for home purchasers, with average rates of 3.73% for a two-year fixed rate product on 95% LTV.

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Investment property of the month – Q3 Residence

Finding value near Heathrow When it comes to maximising rental, buying well is essential to ensuring a good yield and every investor likes to know they have bought well for the long-term.

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Top 10 tips to get the best return on your property investment

Ever wondered how some property investors just seem to shrug at the raft of financial and legal changes affecting the buy-to-let market. If you’re asking what they know, the answer is these ten tried and tested property investment rules to help stay balanced amid times of change.

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London property in distress

With news from accountancy firm Moore Stephens that 153 high street estate agents became insolvent between April 2017 and April 2018 and an estimate that a further 7,000 UK agents show signs of ‘financial distress’, it’s becoming ever more crucial to choose your property agent wisely, and with due diligence. At the time of writing, …

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Investment property of the month – Brentford

In this month’s blog we’re showcasing London’s latest new development- IconBlu, TW8 completing in 2019. Situated in Brentford, surrounded by exclusive London postcodes including Ealing, Richmond and Kew, this scheme comprising 271 apartments each with a dedicated parking space offers high quality accommodation in a sought-after location. The Zone 4 station at Syon Lane is …

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Look again at renting in the heart of London

The capital city has so much to offer in terms of work and leisure time. Galleries, museums, theatre and events, not to mention bars and restaurants can mean residents are not short of things to do at weekends and evenings. The great rental opportunities in stunning locations are a huge draw too, often close enough …

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Top ten issues that will devalue your London rental property

With an increasing amount of choice for tenants, it is important to make your property stand out. That said, there are things that can make a property stand out for all the wrong reasons. Here’s the top ten things that can be off putting for tenants.

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Setting the standard – Rogue Landlord Checker

As part of his Mayoral campaign in 2016, Sadiq Khan  championed the notion of ‘fairer’ housing for Londoners in the private rental sector. His plans included a ‘rogue landlord checker’, a database of landlords who have had successful prosecutions against them for dereliction in their responsibilities to tenants. The database would only work however, if …

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Investment property of the month – Beaufort Park

We’re delighted to introduce an exciting new feature, a monthly blog series in which we showcase a unique property investment opportunity in the capital.

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Where to find the biggest discounts in the London property market?

While the London property market may be in a certain state of flux due to Brexit and stamp duty, there are still some things that are certain. It is the world’s capital city with amazing historical attractions, world-renowned educational institutions and thriving business opportunities. For these reasons, it is likely to always need good private …

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Let of the month – May 2018

In our regular Let of the Month feature, here’s a rental success story at the Battersea Power Station, an iconic British landmark positioned on the South bank of the Thames.

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