Category Archives for "London Zone 3,4,5"

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 […]

Continue reading

Clapham Property Investment Guide

A symbol of urban gentrification In the early 20th century Clapham was considered an ordinary, working-class commuter suburb. ‘The man on the Clapham omnibus’ was once a synonym for the common man on the street. By 1980 Clapham had become something of a poster child for urban gentrification and continues to see significant growth in […]

Continue reading

Colindale Property Investment Guide

London Regeneration for Zone 4 commuters Colindale is an exciting area of London for property investment. Located in Zone 4, it’s house prices are lower than in more central parts of the capital, while its still experiencing plenty of growth and investment. Billions of pounds are being poured into the area by Barnet Council as […]

Continue reading

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 […]

Continue reading

Property Investment Guide – Brent

A colourful cosmopolitan borough with iconic significance Only minutes from central London, Brent is a diverse, dynamic and surprising London borough. Whether it is temples or tandooris, haute couture or haute cuisine, football or festivals, parks or canals, Brent has a vast variety to offer all of its visitors. With the iconic illuminated arch of the […]

Continue reading

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 […]

Continue reading

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.

Continue reading

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) […]

Continue reading

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 […]

Continue reading

Fulham Property Investment Guide

The highest proportion of company directors in the UK Having been through many transformations in its history, today Fulham is a green London area within very close reach of many famous and extravagant places, such as Chelsea and Kensington. In 2007, it was included in Savills’ list of “prime” London areas. Fulham remained a working-class […]

Continue reading
1 2 3 5
>