London Property – The Ultimate Investment?

Have a few thousand sitting in the bank? ISA maxed out already? With interest rates low is it better to consider an alternative investment in London property?

We have all heard it all before. “As London rents keep soaring…..“, “London property prices set to increase….“, “Tenants paying £64 more a month than they were last year“.

If you have spare cash floating about – maybe putting something away for your son or daughter for university. Perhaps retirement. With sky high rents and property values seemingly increasing faster than superhuman Usain Bolt can sprint 100 meters, is it worth looking at a buy-to-let property in London? We look at three potential London property investment opportunities.

Up and coming Acton: Once considered too far from the centre of London areas like Acton are now a stones throw away. This delightfull two bed garden apartment, perfect for a first home (or buy-to-let investment) is on the market for around £325,000. Transport options are plenty with Acton Town tube a 10 minute walk and South Acton a mere 5 minutes. Find out more…
Wonderful Wandsworth: This delightful two double bedroom apartment offers light and airy living space. Perfectly placed to take advantage of the wealth of transport links and bars, restaurants and shopping amenities in Clapham and Clapham High Street, when the rat race gets too much, stretch out on the wide open spaces of Clapham Common, which is ideal for walking or recreation. Offers over £295,000.
Wombley Wimbledon: A charming one bedroom apartment on the first floor of this attractive Victorian building on the slopes between Ridgway and Worple Road. The property benefits from a communal garden, communal basement storage area, an allocated parking space and a share of the freehold. Offers around £375,000.
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Posted by: nicolasevern Categories: Buying, Buying Property, For Sale, House Prices, Interesting Properties, Landlords Advice Tags: , , 1 Comment

One Response to London Property – The Ultimate Investment?

  1. avatar Paul says:

    I commute between UK and Japan. The London property scene now feels like Tokyo in the bubble days …