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Dagenham Property Investment Blog

Dagenham Property Investment Guide

The driving force behind the Ford Motor Company

Dagenham has formed part of Greater London since 1965 and is predominantly residential, with some areas of industrial activity, including the Ford Motor Company. The southern part of Dagenham is adjacent to the River Thames and forms part of the London Riverside section of the Thames Gateway redevelopment area which is undergoing large-scale regeneration. Read More
Richmond Property Investment

Richmond Property Investment Guide

A desirable, in-demand & affluent area with high employment

Richmond upon Thames is a prime investment option. Located astride the River Thames in the south-west of the outer London region, it is a prosperous and affluent area close enough to central London to reap the benefits, yet surrounded by many acres of natural parkland. Read More

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 at around 19% over the last ten years. Statistics show that unemployment is currently falling throughout the borough. Bordered by the M4 Motorway to its north and the river Thames and A316 trunk road, to its south, it is a region of contrasts. Read More

Bristol Property Investment Guide

The best place to live in Britain where housing is in huge demand

The Sunday Times’ Best Places to Live in Britain accolade was awarded to Bristol in March 2015, thanks to its great shopping, great scenery and great social scene. Prior to this in October 2013, it was named the most liveable city in the UK, according to an analysis of economic and lifestyle factors. Read More
Redbridge Property Investment

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 council, Redbridge enjoys one of the best living environments in London. Read More
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