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Our City and East London branches continue to see strong rental demand and we have good stock to meet this demand, says Mark Wellington, Area Manager, Benham & Reeves Residential Lettings.
Rental demand in Highgate is good for most types of property, says Ivan Hrissimov, Lettings Manager, Benham & Reeves Residential Lettings, Highgate Branch. Professional sharers looking for two-bed, two-bathroom properties are dominating the market…
A new report suggests that London’s buy to let market remains buoyant, with transactions increasing in the third Quarter of 2018. The claim comes from residential letting firm Benham & Reeves, who report that Q3 was their busiest ever quarter, with over 1,000 new tenancies agreed across the capital.
Amid widespread reports that London's rental market is stagnant due to landlords exiting the buy-to-let market, weakening tenant demand and oversupply, new data covering Q3 from residential letting experts, Benham & Reeves, tells a different story.
One of London’s most respected lettings agencies says it’s recorded its best-ever quarter for business - defying claims from some that the capital’s rental market is on its uppers. There were over 1,000 new tenancies agreed across the 16 London branches of Benham & Reeves Residential Lettings, which represents a 22.1 per cent increase in transaction volumes on the same third quarter of 2017.
A London letting agent has recorded its busiest quarter in history in the third quarter (Q3) of 2018. Benham and Reeves saw a significant increase in tenant demand for rental properties in London in Q3, according to its latest lettings report.
Ann Moir has joined Benham and Reeves as the new Head of its China Desk. The appointment is part of the company’s continuing expansion in China and London, as it broadens its range of property services to Chinese investors in the UK and overseas.
Our City and East London branches are busy finding rental properties for international students with good budgets, snapping up luxury apartments priced at £700-£1,200 per week (£400-£600 per week for a one-bed and £700-£1,200 per week for a two- or three-bed if sharing), says Mark Wellington, Area Manager, Benham & Reeves Residential Lettings.