Renting property in London – what happens when one tenant wants to move out?

12 February 2018

When there is more than one tenant named on the tenancy agreement, problems can arise when one of the tenants chooses to move out before the end of the contract. If the tenant simply leaves, they are still responsible for their share of the rent. Fortunately, if correct notice is given, it is possible to draw up new tenancy agreements and avoid breaches of contract.

Tips for saving for a deposit when you’re buying property in London

29 January 2018

Saving for a deposit to buy a house in Hayes or anywhere else in London can seem like a daunting prospect, but by choosing a savings account with a good rate of interest, you will impress mortgage lenders and gradually build up the right amount of money.

Read on for more ideas on how to save money for a house deposit.

What are the most popular types of rental property in Bow, East London?

05 January 2018

For landlords to achieve the best return on their property investment in East London, it’s important to buy the right type of property for the area.

In Bow, one-bedroom flats make up 40% of the rental market, a statistic which gives buy-to-let investors a clear direction when choosing the type of property to buy.

Understanding your tenancy agreement – a guide for tenants in the London housing market

30 October 2017

No tenant wants to place themselves at risk of getting a negative reference or even being evicted from a London rental property, so it’s important to thoroughly check the terms of the tenancy agreement. Henry Wiltshire’s London estate agents are here to help and can talk you through any aspect of your tenancy agreement, but ultimately it is the tenant’s responsibility to ensure that the rules are kept.

Purpose built student accommodation brings billions to the London property market

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.