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Five Properties that you could buy for less than £500,000

With affordability a major concern for most London homebuyers, we want to present you with 5 properties under £500,000. These gems offer a good start for those wanting to get on the housing ladder and also benefit from attractive rental yields for investors. Follow the links below for more information.


1) WALM LANE, WILLESDEN, LONDON, NW2 £274,950
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Why it is a good time to pick up a rental bargain

Recent figures released this week showed that nearly one in four households in Britain will be renting privately by the end of 2021, as climbing house prices and stagnant wages increasingly make home ownership an unrealistic dream for many.

However, it’s not all bad news for renters, the London rental property market continues to act as a brake on the UK as a whole, with rental inflati ... read full article

How to find your perfect flat and ensure the tenancy goes smoothly

1. Firm up on a realistic budget. Don’t start the search online or begin any viewings until you know what your parameters are. Think about outgoings, bills and other expense too. Starting with the wrong budget may only lead to disappointment.

2. Get first dibs on properties on your favourite streets. If you want something in a specific area or street, set an alert on Rightmov ... read full article

General Election 2017

So let us first start off by saying that both main political parties were neck and neck for most of their election campaigns.

The Conservatives obtained the most votes, in comparison to the other parties, however not enough of a majority to form a government, meaning that we are set to see a coalition once again.

The most likely Tory coalition is predicted to be with the D ... read full article

Homes cost more than seven times the average annual income

Working people typically face house prices of more than seven times their annual earnings as affordability is increasingly stretched.

The typical property cost 7.6 times average annual earnings of employees in England and Wales, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.

The aftermath of the financial crisis saw affordability levels plateau.
But now buyers face paying ... read full article

Five things you didn’t know about Willesden Green

1. Earliest records date back to 939 AD

The name derives from the Anglo-Saxon Willesdune, meaning the Hill of the Spring, in fact it dates back to 939 AD.

2. They used to make cars here

The Iris was a British car brand manufactured from 1906 by Legros & Knowles Ltd in Willesden. The Iris cars were luxury vehicles with large, water-cooled four-cylinder in-line en ... read full article