Category Archives for "Crossrail Property Hotspots"

Hayes Property Investment Guide

Urban regeneration is making Greater London truly great – and Hayes is buzzing with growth potential Millions of pounds of investment As Crossrail prepares to bring fast and convenient connections between London and surrounding areas, many towns are benefiting from huge investment in urban regeneration. Hayes is one town that will undergo a massive transformation into a […]

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Brett Alegre-Wood lends a hand to a University Student with his assignment about Woolwich SE18 Investment.

Besides recording videos about property, one of the regular things, our Chairman Brett does, is provide comments to journalists, helps authors get their books out, and uni students with their assignments. Here’s his latest Q&A about Woolwich investment and the changes that he’s seen over the past 8 years of selling there.   1.Do you […]

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Hounslow Property Investment Guide

The London borough of Hounslow is one of the largest boroughs, and one of the most diverse. It stretches from the bars and restaurants of Chiswick in the east, through the multicultural buzz of central Hounslow to the western boundary of Heathrow Airport. The population of the region is currently around 255,000 and has risen […]

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Investors in Wembley property will be part of something huge

The fundamentals are in place for sustainable rental demand and price growth Urban regeneration has been proven time and again to boost property prices, and when that regeneration conspires with strong existing fundamentals the upward pressure on values is explosive. For investors in Wembley property, the future price growth (which has already outperformed similar areas) […]

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Southall Property Investment Guide

Southall – vibrant, diverse and closer to London than ever before Southall is located in the London Borough of Ealing and is situated 11 miles west of Charing Cross, and around 6 miles north-east of Heathrow. Access to the M4 and M25 is just three and seven miles away respectively. Southall has a population of […]

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Haringey Property Investment Guide

Affluent, entrepreneurial & on the up Situated in north London, Haringey borough covers an area of more than 11 square miles. It includes Crouch End, Finsbury Park, Highgate, Muswell Hill, Northumberland Park, Seven Sisters, Tottenham, Wood Green and more. Some familiar local landmarks include Alexandra Palace, Bruce Castle, Jacksons Lane Highpoint I and II and […]

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Huge investment in Woolwich is fuelling returns for property investors

Canary Wharf’s movers and shakers have made Woolwich a property hotspot Woolwich, Shooters Hill and Plumstead are all in the London SE18 postcode, but the place that has been the primary focus of extensive regeneration is Woolwich, an area that is identified in the London Plan as one the major centres in Greater London.

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Greenwich Property Investment Guide

Low property prices are set to soar with Crossrail on the horizon Greenwich occupies a central position within London and the south-east and plays an essential role in the ongoing development of the Thames Gateway. This is the largest regeneration project in Europe, which is delivering quality homes, transport links and related social infrastructure for […]

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Hillingdon Property Investment Guide

World-class connectivity and excellent prospects Hillingdon is the most western of the London boroughs. Sitting adjacent to the M25 London Orbital Motorway and yet it is located a mere 18 miles from central London. In addition to the region’s excellent road network, the borough is also home to no less than 19 rail stations. Additionally, […]

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Redbridge Property Investment Guide

One of the best living environments in London North-east London’s borough of Redbridge is known for its high performing schools, excellent transport links, thriving shopping areas and award-winning parks. Around a quarter of the borough is covered by forest & green areas which is why it’s known as the leafy suburb. According to the borough […]

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