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Published: 06/04/2018   Last Updated: 06/04/2018 16:07:06   Tags: House Prices, Property News, Investment Opportunities, Landlord News

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Published: 04/04/2018   Last Updated: 04/04/2018 13:59:05   Tags: House Prices, Property News, Investment Opportunities, Landlord News

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Biggest house price rises will be in Zone 3 outwards


Published: 24/02/2017   Last Updated: 27/03/2017 14:14:59   Tags: House Prices, Property News, Investment Opportunities, Landlord News

Though we believe that prices will soften in prime central London, we still expect certain hotspots to experience price growth - though perhaps not at the level we’ve seen in previous years.

If it’s an investment you’re after, it’s crucial you buy in areas that are undergoing gentrification or experiencing infrastructure investment, that offer healthy yields so mortgage repayments aren’t a problem.

Areas in the outer Zones are likely to experience the best price growth this year. Zone 5’s East Croydon is becoming the capital’s next big property hotspot. It’s currently undergoing huge development, offers key train links and the Gatwick Express, Westfield Shopping centre will soon be arriving, plus it offers a mix of luxury and affordable living ideal for young professionals.

Crossrail winner Forest Gate is also likely to experience further gentrification when the high-speed rail link arrives this year, which will keep house prices on their upward climb. Leyton is another east London pocket tipped for house price growth, and in fact, east London as a whole will be one of the best investment areas generally this year down to improving transport links and the fact that prices here are still “affordable” compared with the rest of the capital.

If you want to invest centrally, Farringdon is a safe bet, again thanks to key infrastructure changes such as Crossrail and the fact that the nearby silicone roundabout is becoming a great area in which to live, work and play.