London Property News: Renting
16 August 2018
The Jubilee line has great connections into all parts of London city. If you work in Canary Wharf it is a big advantage to have it at your disposal.
Our lettings agents in Henry Wiltshire Canary Wharf have looked at how the prices can differ along the route in order to balance your budget on a monthly basis.
Ultimately, are you willing to pay for those extra minutes in bed? Those coffee shops at your disposal? Not everybody has that … Read more ›
18 May 2018
Landlords renting property in London must keep up to date with current fire regulations, not just to avoid being penalised but for the safety of their tenants and the rental property.
Our London estate agents explain which fire safety responsibilities lie with tenants and which with landlords.
15 May 2018
Young people are finding it very difficult to get on the property ladder and move away from renting. Increased house prices, lower earnings and tightened mortgage criteria are causing this problem.
Is there a resolution or will these young people have to rent for life? See what our estate agents at Henry Wiltshire have to say.
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.
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.
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.