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Twickenham Rental Yields: A Good Investment?

 
 
 
 
  03 Oct 2017

There has been so much talked about the London property market that many people close off when the topic arises again. However, even though the prices in London are higher compared to other parts of the UK, the English capital is still a place that can be a good investment. Yes, the initial cost of buying property is more expensive but with higher rental fees, there is still a chance for investors to make a good return on their expenditure.

It is vital to do a lot of research before buying to let. This means understanding what the area has to offer and what sort of tenants are likely to apply to stay in the home. There is also a need to consider the financial aspects of buying property and then letting the home out. You should find that Twickenham has a lot to offer in all of these aspects, making this South West London destination well worth considering for an investment option.

Twickenham has a lot to offer

While located less than 10 miles from the heart of London, it would be fair to say that Twickenham is fairly self-contained. There is a strong town centre in the local area and most residents find that they can get most things that they need within easy reach. Of course though, with everything that London has to offer, it is only natural that Twickenham residents are also keen to enjoy the rest of what the English capital can offer.  The nearest London Underground stations to Twickenham may be Hounslow East, Hounslow Central and Richmond but Twickenham Railway Station is a good option, as are the nearby Whitton Railway Station and St Margaret’s Railway Station. The train journey between Twickenham Railway Station and London Waterloo Station is just over 20 minutes, so this part of London is handily located for anyone working or spending a good deal of time in the heart of the capital.

In the TW1 postcode area of London, the average price paid for property in the past 12 months stands at £776,822. The expected rental yield for a one bedroom property stands at 4.73% while the expected rental yield for a two bedroom property is 4.35%. The expected return for a three bedroom property in TW1 stands at 4.19% while there is a 4.29% expected return for a four bedroom property in TW1. The return for a five bedroom property in this area of Twickenham is slightly lower, stands at 3.91%.

Look for affordable property and an attractive rental yield if you can

Any investor looking for a more affordable option will find that the TW2 postcode area is more appealing as in the past 12 months, the average price paid for property in this part of London stands at £574,479.The expected rental yield for a one bedroom property stands at 5.15% while there is an expected rental yield of 5.31%. A three bedroom property in TW2 offers an expected yield of 4.01% while there is a 3.85% expected rental yield for a four bedroom property. If you’re looking to invest in a five bedroom property in TW2, the expected rental yield stands at 4.79%.

With the overall average price paid for property in Twickenham in the past 12 months coming in at £664,399, there is an opportunity to buy property in a prestigious part of the capital at a price lower than the London average. There is every chance that an investor will have personal or private reasons for buying property in a particular area but whether you are looking for property in a stunning area or property in an area that promises a good return, Twickenham looks to provide a good investment in London.


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