A London landlord’s guide to Client Money Protection

04 May 2018

Client Money Protection enables landlords and tenants alike to reclaim their money in the event of their estate agent going out of business.
Henry Wiltshire believes firmly in following best practice, especially when it’s important for the lettings industry as a whole, and is proud to give its clients a high standard of service as well as peace of mind.

East London Landlords See Fastest Growing Rents in Hackney & London’s Commuter Belt

01 May 2018

Rents have increased by nearly 63% in some areas of East London in the past decade.

Hackney, Hammersmith & Walthamstow are two areas with the fastest growing rents on London’s commuter belts, with Tenants paying on average £1755 per month for a typical two bedroom house in Hackney.

See how Henry Wiltshire’s East London Letting Agents can help Hackney landlords let their property to tenants.

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.

Why invest in property in Royal Docks, East London?

23 January 2018

Royal Docks is a thriving area of East London, generating a great deal of interest from investors and tenants alike. Location, transport links and high quality developments make the area increasingly popular, with the result that the Royal Docks housing market has grown substantially since 2011.

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.