Hounslow is currently considerably cheaper than central West London, which is good news for residential buyers as well and investors. With constant significant investment into the area from major developers this makes it one of Central London’s most appealing places to invest and live.
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I was recently reading a report by Rightmove that a North South Divide has started to appear in the UK property market – so I wanted to see if Hounslow was falling in line with those thoughts. In the North, there are 7.12% less properties on the market than 12 months ago, whilst in contrast, in the South, there are 14.7% more properties on the market than 12 months ago.
The number of residential property transactions in Hounslow will be 5.9 per cent lower in 2018, compared to 2017.
Whether you are a Hounslow landlord looking to liquidate your buy to let investment or a homeowner looking to sell your home, finding a buyer and selling your property can take an annoyingly long time.