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"At Gladfish we source up-and-coming property from hotspot areas that are just about to take off. Uttlesford has definitely already arrived.
The closeness of Stansted Airport means the area is forecast good growth. Then there’s the affluent population that has above average wages and high employment level. This means there’ll be a good quality of tenant who may be willing to pay more than in other areas that aren’t yet on their radar. Phenomenal demand because of Uttlesford’s desirable status should also minimise any vacant letting periods. So there’s a lot to consider.
If you can secure a deal with a good discount and come in well below market value it may really be worth your while. But do your cash flow thoroughly first!"
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