Posts with tag "London Bridge"

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Lack of stock keeps the winter Lettings market and prices buoyant in E14 and SE1.

Category : About Us, Docklands Property, London Bridge, New development, Property, Residential Property, The Lettings Market

The early days of winter usually lead to a steep decline in Lettings enquiries as Christmas and New Year approach and it’s only bargain hunting tenants braving the cold weather and dark nights in search of a new home. This has resulted in many landlords and good letting agents agreeing deals and contracts which insure properties will not become available within the months of November, December and early January therefore, avoiding the chance of having to accept a below market rent or a long void period because of the seasonal low.

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Madley Property Services, Letting Agents in London Bridge, SE1 are Letting apartments NOW in Bermondsey Central, SE1.

Category : London Bridge, New development, Property, Residential Property, The Lettings Market

Madley Property are proud to announce another successful let of a two bedroom apartment in the brand new Bermondsey Central development at a massive £540 per week! If you are due to complete on an apartment within the Bermondsey Central development in SE1 or if you would like to see how Madley Property could help you let your apartment in SE1, please contact us immediately. Madley Property are a specialist letting agent and estate agent located in London Bridge SE1 and are currently dealing with the letting and management of apartments within SE1, SE16, E14, E1, SW8 and SW11.

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A big increase in rent in and around Bermondsey Street as the area just gets better and better!!

Category : London Bridge, Property, Residential Property, The Lettings Market

Madley Property’s lettings team recently reviewed the rents of a client portfolio in the SE1 and Bermondsey Street area, and many of the rents were successfully increased either by finding new corporate and private tenants or increasing with the existing tenants and some of the increases were up as much as 15%.