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Millions in London are feeling the “Crossrail Effect”

Transport for London (TfL) has announced that the highly anticipated Elizabeth line, known as Crossrail, will open on 24 May, marking a historic moment for the capital.

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How serious is Japanese Knotweed for landlords?

Japanese Knotweed – two words that can strike fear into the hearts of landlords – and property owners generally.  But what is Japanese Knotweed and how serious a problem is it if you find it in the garden of your property?

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Woolwich, with excellent transport connectivity, is a prime choice for living or investing

As London habitants, we are always amused by what East London has to offer. That’s because the government and large corporations have thrown a large sum of money to transform the area into a modern “wonderland”. Perhaps the word wonderland does not best describe the area, but there are something wonderful going around in those regeneration schemes.

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Where the London property market is headed in 2022

Director Marc von Grundherr speaks to Vanessa Warwick from Property Tribes about the resilience of the London property market and gives his predictions for where the sector is headed in 2022. London has seen 5.5% annual growth and even though it continues to trail the wider UK (10.8%), we are now seeing a reversal of …

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Why Milton Keynes is one of the best places to buy a property in the UK

More than any other purpose-built conurbation, Milton Keynes enjoys the very best of both worlds. Located in the rolling countryside of historic Buckinghamshire, it’s a neat, picturesque town, separate from London’s sprawl, yet still only a 30-minute commute away from Tube Fare Zone 1 (Euston). It’s no wonder its attracting a new raft of homeowners and property investors who are buying property here.

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Living in Ealing, London’s ‘Queen of Suburbs’

Ealing is one of the largest and greenest boroughs in London, and often called ‘the queen of the suburbs’ because of its parks and leafy streets. It is 11.5 miles from central London, just 5.4 miles from Heathrow Airport, and extremely well connected both by road and rail. If you are considering living in Ealing, this article is for you!

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An exciting new era for South East London property

Any major transport upgrade will improve a city’s housing stock, whether it’s Singapore, Shanghai or London. Lombard Square in Plumstead, Tube fare zone 4, is a new property development that is only a ten-minute walk away from the infrastructural game-changer that is the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail). Investing here is to take part in one of …

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Manchester offers affordable luxury new homes

Best known as the home of the legendary Manchester United and Manchester City football clubs, Manchester is the second most-populous city in the UK after London. Thanks to its relatively low cost of living, excellent schools and good job opportunities, this former industrial city has become an ideal home for people seeking quality of life.

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Watford is ranked as London’s top commuter town

Wealth may not be as key to happiness as we generally think. Named the happiest place to live in the East of England in 2019, Watford demonstrates that non-materialistic components, such as a strong sense of local community and green space, are even more crucial elements for a happy life. Many Londoners have relocated to this happy town, seeking a home in a tranquil location.

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West Ham impresses buyers with its investment potential

The investment hotspot because of its booming population and enhanced infrastructure under a number of redevelopment plans. West Ham is no exception, attracting buyers and tenants with its natural beauty and rising investment potential.

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Property investment in sophisticated Cambridge

All levels of Singaporean society put a high value on attaining the best education possible. As investors we are particularly interested in areas that have a long history and tradition of academic excellence. Cambridge with its world-class university is one of the very best examples of this and is therefore, becoming a focus for property …

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Why the Swiss Alps are a great investment opportunity

Stability. Reliability. Return. These are words every investor wants to hear when considering investing in a new property purchase, and as a nation famous for displaying these qualities, Switzerland is definitely an enticing prospect. The Swiss Alps are, of course, uniquely famous for world-class winter sports, summer hiking and the snow-capped beauty of its mountain …

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