Let to Barnet Council – Area Guide
Barnet is situated in north London and is the second largest borough with 331,500 inhabitants calling it home.
A family-friendly area, the borough is home to nature reserves, parks and schools, and while this makes it a popular destination for families, the high price tags put property ownership out of reach for many of them. This means landlords are well positioned to rent out a larger property and enjoy a high rental yield in this popular part of North London.
Why invest in Barnet?
The average property price in Barnet is £486,004, having risen an impressive 8.3 per cent year-upon-year.
Projections for price growth going forward are positive, with some reports stating that prices will increase by as much as 20.7 per cent over the coming five years. While prices may be higher than nearby boroughs, they are still less than the overall London average. A three-bedroom property here can fetch around £1,500pcm in rent, and properties around schools are particularly popular (there are 86 primary schools and 22 secondary schools within its catchment).
From Barnet, there are excellent transport links into the city, making it a popular commuter town for those who want more living space without compromising fast access into London for work. In addition into the already-impressive facilities and infrastructure, there are plans in place to improve the area over the next 10-15 years which will no doubt have a positive impact on both the number of residents and local property prices. Cricklewood, Brent Cross, Colindale, Mill Hill East and West Hendon are all set to see substantial regeneration, and there are proposed plans for Barnet to receive a £100 million waste recycling plant that aims to recycle 70 per cent of household and commercial waste by 2020. This will potentially create several jobs, along with improving CO2 emissions. There are several plans to build thousands of new homes throughout the borough too, with the Dollis Valley in Chipping Barnet and Grahame Park among a number of areas set to benefit from new housing developments.
At Central Housing Group, we work with landlords in areas throughout Barnet, including Muswell Hill, East Finchley, North Finchley, West Finchley, Finchley Central, Whetstone, New Southgate, Arnos Grove, Friern Barnet, Brunswick Park, Hendon, Mill Hill, Colindale, West Hendon, Kingsbury, Grahame Park, Golders Green Cricklewood, Edgware, Brent Cross, New Barnet, East Barnet, High Barnet, Barnet and Cockfosters. These areas encompass the following postcodes N2, N3, N10, N11, N12, N20, NW2, NW4, NW7, NW9, NW11, EN4, EN5 & HA8.
With our help, you can let your property to the council, to one of the many families living in London, and take advantage of our Guaranteed Rent Scheme to protect your investment.
Let to Barnet Council
By working with Central Housing Group, a highly respected and award-winning letting agent, you can let your property to Barnet Council.
We can guarantee rent payments for up to five years, and our experienced property portfolio managers can assist landlords with all aspects of day-to-day management of properties as well.
To learn more about the benefits of ‘renting to a London council’ with Central Housing Group, contact us today.
When you choose to rent your property through us, your rental income is guaranteed. Our service makes your rental journey stress-free – we take care of your investment on a day-to-day basis and will even deal with your tenants, so you don’t have to. We have provided our services to hundreds of landlords since we established our business in 2000 – have a look at what some of them have to say about us and take the next step in letting your property to Barnet Council.
With just a short, online form, you can request a free rental valuation for your property so you can see what income you could be making from it. As guaranteed rent specialists, we will give you an honest valuation and have your property let to the council quickly and efficiently. As a trusted and well-established letting agent, your property and income is in safe hands.
Barnet Council | ‘Direct Let Scheme’
An alternative could be to use the Barnet Council ‘Direct Let’ Scheme (DLS), which enables landlords to let their properties directly, via the Council, to tenants who are homeless or otherwise in urgent need of accommodation.
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