Let to Brent Council – Area Guide
Perhaps best known as being the home of Wembley Stadium, let to Brent Council in a rapidly-gentrifying market with plenty to offer property investors.
Although formed in 1965, Brent is undergoing a great deal of current renovation and development that is creating new homes, new jobs and new opportunities. For landlords looking for a property that provides easy access into central London at a competitive price, Brent could very well be a submarket of interest.
Why invest in Brent?
The London borough of Brent is well served by public transport, with ample in the way of tube stops, overground services and buses available.
There are over 1,000 acres of public open space, along with primary and secondary schools to appeal to a family tenant demographic. Local property prices saw an annual price change of 8.4 per cent, bringing the overall average to £452,647 – a figure £61,450 less than the overall London average. Property prices are projected to rise by 20.8 per cent over the coming five years, thanks largely to the huge amount of development that will change the face of the borough. One particular initiative is the Wembley Area Action Plan, which lays out a strategy for growth and regeneration in Wembley for the next 15 years. In it, there are plans for over 30 development sites throughout Wembley that will create 10,000 new jobs, deliver 11,500 new homes, and generate 30,000 m² of new retail floor space. There are also plans for a Crossrail and HS2 rail hub at the site of the Old Oak Common, which are expected to positively impact Brent. This development will be able to handle 250,000 passengers per day, and is expected to create 55,000 new jobs. The town centre of Harlesden is also set to receive £4 million in investment over the next 15 years, all of which goes to show that this truly is an area on the up.
At Central Housing Group, we can help you let to Brent Council or let your property to another London council to help with the need for housing here. We work within areas throughout Brent such as Alperton, Brent Park, Brondesbury, Brondesbury Park, Church End, Cricklewood, Dollis Hill, Harlesden, Kensal Green, Kenton, Kilburn, Kingsbury, Neasden, North Wembley, Park Royal, Preston, Queen’s Park, Queensbury, Stonebridge, Sudbury, Tokyngton, Wembley, Wembley Park, Willesden and Willesden Green. These areas encompass the following postcodes HA0, HA1, HA3, HA8, HA9, NW2, NW6, NW9, NW10, W9 and W10.
Let to Brent Council
By working with Central Housing Group, a highly respected and award-winning letting agent, you can let your property to Brent Council or another London 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 the 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 to let to Brent 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.
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