Marketing a concept – how Henry Wiltshire sells new developments in London

24 October 2017

Developers looking for London estate agents to market their new build know to approach those who understand what makes a development different. Whether your development helps people form a community or encourages them to put down roots, Henry Wiltshire can market property to the right buyers in the right way.

The value of trees in the London housing market

19 October 2017

Buying a property in an area with trees can deliver a good return on your investment, not just on the property but on the amount spent on maintaining the trees. Equally, trees have a positive environmental impact and increase biodiversity, and the value of the benefit to health is thought to run to thousands of pounds.

Help to Buy ISAs – how have they helped the London property market?

27 September 2017

Help to Buy ISAs were created in 2015 to support first time buyers. They’ve made buying property in London a realistic option, with over 1000 homes bought through the scheme in under two years.

See why Henry Wiltshires estate agents in London feel positive about the scheme.

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.