London Property News: Letting
12 September 2017
Purpose built student accommodation (PBSA) is now an asset class in its own right, and the market has seen real growth in the last three years.
The UK student property market is thought to be worth £46bn, and estate agents in London are seeing lots of interest in PBSA from overseas investors.
Student property in Bow includes accommodation in the former Olympic Village. Henry Wiltshire estate agents in Bow talk about the benefits of investing in student accommodation.
05 September 2017
The buy-to-let market is shrinking due to changes to landlord tax laws. This could lead to the reduction in available properties for renters in Canary Wharf and the rest of London.
Henry Wiltshire estate agents discuss the effects this has on landlords.
25 August 2017
Right Move’s new app “RentLondon” allows you to search by commute time, among other factors, helping tenants find the perfect property. The app also allows tenants to contact estate agents directly and streamlines the flat-hunting process. RentLondon is free and is available through the App Store.
23 August 2017
Hackney house prices have seen the greatest growth of any London borough, with interest growing in the area since 2000. See why Henry Wiltshire estate agents think Hackney is one of the best places to live in London – a cool postcode and a great location!
09 August 2017
There are many great things about raising your children in London – there’s so much diversity, so much culture, lots of different experiences to enjoy. Families buy property in London, enabling parents to work in the capital without a long commute, while children to benefit from all that London has to offer.
Urban Farms are just one of the many family things in E14 and Canary Wharf in the summer holidays. Find out more!
04 August 2017
Landlords of F and G rated properties should act now to avoid breaking the law when the new legislation is introduced next year. Find out more about the new government standards and how Henry Wiltshire can help.
Legislation comes into force next April, making it illegal for landlords to rent property with an F or G energy rating. Landlords can often improve properties for less than £5000