We research 108 data points across 324 UK areas and rank their investment potential using our unique hotspot algorithm. We then publish our Property Investment Guides which you can download to help you on your way.
Since 2004, over 200 of the top national, regional and local developers and agents use Gladfish as their first point of call for new-build and off-plan property sales.
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"Oxford has seen a rise in the amount of peopple privatley renting properties, meaning for a great investment. Here at Gladfish we have done some research on the area to help you make the right decision.
When dreams are sold they come at a premium so it’s no wonder Oxford property prices are well above the national average but don’t let that put you off. Prices are still 28% below the London average, despite an 9.45% rise last year.
With fantastic employment levels, even including the large student population, Oxford is a very prosperous city with a lot of wealth based there. There’s an above average level of high-end employment, with plenty of high-tech companies based in and around the area. And if that wasn’t enough central London is only around an hour away so there’s a large commuter population."
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Though we were initially only looking at a single purchase, we have since increased this to 3, because the team make us feel very confident in what we, and they, are doing. We would recommend them to anyone.
Living in Singapore, I was not close enough to the London property market to understand the market sentiment. The