Let to Broxbourne Council – Area Guide
Broxbourne is located in the suburbs north of London in Hertfordshire and is an area popular with commuters thanks to excellent connections into the city via the M25 and public transport links.
Deemed part of the Greater London Urban Area, Broxbourne is home to a pleasant mix of old and new property, with houses dating back to the 16th century lining the high street in Old Town alongside newer properties that abound elsewhere. There are also proposed plans for further residential developments along Broxbourne High Road in a bid to meet the rise in demand for accommodation here.
Why invest in Broxbourne?
Broxbourne has plenty to offer residents and so it’s easy to see why this area has become so popular with those wanting close proximity to London for work, with more living space at home.
There are shops, pubs, restaurants and amenities, along with highly rated schools that are a draw for families. There is a huge amount of local employment too; the world’s largest printing plant is located in The Borough of Broxbourne at Park Plaza Waltham Cross, and employs over 200 people. The national headquarters of Tesco are located in Broxbourne, as are offices of several other large employers such as Marks & Spencer. This hub of business means there is a strong demand for housing, and the already-strong prices in the area could be set to rise even further given that a new report has positively recommended the development of Crossrail 2, which will see Broxbourne and Surrey linked.
For investors wanting to enjoy positive returns on an investment here, there is plenty in the way of property to choose from. According to Rightmove, flats were the most sold property type of the past twelve months, selling for an average price of £195,336. Over the past year, the average house price in Broxbourne has risen 15 per cent, bringing the overall average to £379,959.
At Central Housing Group, we help landlords let their properties throughout the Borough of Broxbourne, assisting landlords in letting to the Council, we cover the Broxbourne, Cheshunt, Goffs Oak, Hoddesdon, Lea Valley Park & Waltham Cross areas. These areas encompass the following postcodes EN7, EN8, EN10 & EN11.
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 Broxbourne Council
By working with Central Housing Group, a highly respected and award-winning letting agent, you can let your property to Broxbourne Borough Council or another 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 Broxbourne 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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