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One of our strategic business initiatives at Benham and Reeves has been the positioning of branches in some of the most sought-after property developments in London. Having nurtured long-standing links with major UK property developers such as Barratt London and St George, we recognise that new build apartments offer a convenient lifestyle option and being on-site enables us to provide an on-the-spot-service to both buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants.

New build apartments and houses are a far cry from the misguided urban planning efforts of yesteryear. Even smaller developments routinely feature the combination of outstanding architecture and amenities that is essential for attracting high-quality residents and healthy rental yields. Low maintenance and proximity to transport links are also major plus points for most of these new apartments.

Resale properties that are a few years old also make a good investment. These still benefit from the quality build and location and often come with a rental history making it easier for investors to know exact yields and rental which can be achieved.

Whether you are looking to buy off-plan or want to buy something 1-2 years old in a new development, contact our sales office, we will be able to introduce you to great investment properties, some of which will not even be available via portals or other agents.



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