Bow has seen a great deal of interest from investors choosing buy-to-let property, because of the growth in this area of the London property market. There is a wide variety of housing to choose from, and the E3 area has a strong appeal for renters, whether professionals or families. Good public transport and the legacy of the Olympics continually draw new people to the area.
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 Bank of England is expected to increase its rate for the first time in a decade, and mortgage rates are already climbing in anticipation. However, there are still some low rates available, and wise investors and London house buyers are moving quickly to ensure they benefit from the remaining deals.
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.
The Brexit vote may have been a blessing in disguise, lowering property prices for overseas investors and attracting more foreign buyers to the London property market than ever before, resulting in growth of over 18%.
Asian investors continue to make up the largest group, closely followed by Germans.