Top Places To Make Money in London
Yes, as the title suggests Southwark is a top target for shrewd investors who are leaving over-saturated markets for pastures new. Southwark is home to universally recognised and iconic landmarks such as the Globe and the Shard and this property finds itself tucked away within this catchment area.
To find a two double bedroom property that oozes class in the form of a new heating system and radiators, touch-screen thermostats that control the under floor heating in the bathroom as well as the kitchen and it has been completely rewired throughout too; with wooden floors, (that’s oak flooring not just the tacky beech effect some people gravitate towards like a bull does to a matador)! The lease has a whopping 115 years left, service charge is a puny £750, with just a symbolic £10 annual ground rent. Does one need more convincing?
Regeneration has already started here, with a gorgeous modern building (along with all the prestigious cars that grace it’s entrance) positioned adjacent to Aylesbury House, but of course it has; with the anticipated growth it is surely primed to capitalise on in the medium to long term. This property should rent in the region of £330-350 per week that gives a potential investor nearly 6% yield if bought for the full asking price.
On top of all this, it belongs to a borough that is recognised as the place to be right now largely due to the 21.5% growth that the area is expecting to witness as reported in the Telegraph in February 20015. We do not anticipate for this property to stay on the market for particularly long as the last one we marketed nearby sold in 2 weeks.