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Lettings Lowdown for 2012

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With the demand for rental accommodation still on the rise as we enter the New Year the residential lettings market is set to remain strong for the foreseeable future. In popular areas such as Wimbledon, stock levels remain low resulting in rents rising, this in turn has increased investment demand in nearby areas such as Raynes Park where a number of new developments have sprung up. For example, Quinton Scott has recently been instructed to sell a high quality development of Flats and Town House in The Pavilions, Raynes Park. ?Ideally located for commuters it has created a lot of interest from buy to let investors with several flats sold off plan.


There is no doubt that private renting will continue to increase in 2012 and become an institutional product attracting pension funds and high worth individuals who have waited to enter the market for some time. ?The critea for choosing an investment property has changed as they seek brand new homes.


All Landlords are looking for a long term steady source of income to replace under performing investments. They are equally concerned with capital growth, particularly in the medium term.


We are able to help these investors seek out the best tenants in the market. Investors come to us because of our 35 years of experience in the local property market and the range of services we can offer. ?Landlords and Tenants like the fact that our property management team is always available while the contractors we use are very professional.


Clients do feel secure in the knowledge that the person they are dealing with has actually visited their property.? It sounds obvious but it is not that common and is one of the secrets of our success…!





(For further information on Lettings , please contact Jane Kenyon on 0208 971 4953

For information on The Pavilions, Raynes Park or any other of the services Quinton Scott offer please contact? our Town Office on 0208 971 3800 or Village Office 0208 971 6780.

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