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Corporate & Relocation Letting Services

The go-to estate agency in South West London

James Anderson’s Corporate & Relocation Letting Services department is committed to providing you with an outstanding and professional service. With six offices in the areas of Barnes, East Sheen, Mortlake, Putney and Putney Hill, we are the go to Estate Agents when looking for a property in South West London.

Our expert knowledge of the area and the available properties ensures that our corporate relocation services are a success, offering relocation support to hundreds of companies, local businesses and individuals. We understand that moving home and location can be daunting and overwhelming for many, our skilled team will assist you in every step of the way.

 

Why choose James Anderson?

Our nearly 30 years of experience and knowledge of the local housing market is what sets James Anderson ahead of other estate agents.

We work with an extensive network of offices, HR professionals and affiliate companies to guarantee that you find your perfect home.

James Anderson’s Corporate & Relocation Letting Services team can provide tailored solutions for the following:

  • Relocation for rental or sales properties
  • Relocation and secondments in South West London
  • Long-term corporate lettings
  • Short-lets
  • Graduate and recruitment programmes
  • Bespoke home searches
  • Alternative accommodation for insurance claims
  • Property Valuations

 

How does it work?

Once you have registered your interest with the James Anderson Corporate & Relocation Letting Services team and laid out all your needs and requirements, you will have an assigned Account Manager who will manage every aspect of your property search allowing you and your family to concentrate on other matters.

Our team can advise you on budgets and locations, whilst coordinating suitable viewings and assisting in the negotiations to ensure the best outcome. In fact, whatever your search requirements are, we are confident we will be able to deliver the very best service.

We understand that time is precious, and that’s why we provide accompanied property viewings seven days a week, until 9pm weekdays and 5pm weekends – so no missed opportunities.

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Investing in property? Here are our top tips!

With high demand for property driving up house prices and rents across the country, now is a great time for new or established landlords to ride the wave by investing. But where should you start, and how can you improve your chances of a respectable return? Read on to find out.

Choose your location

Ideally, it’s sensible to invest in an area within a manageable radius of your current location. This will allow you to visit the property easily, complete any necessary improvements, or keep an eye on contractors. If you live nearby, you’re also more likely to know which streets and neighbourhoods are the most desirable, helping you identify golden opportunities as soon as they arise.

Once you’ve settled on a general area, spend some time researching the current market conditions, including the average local rent and sale price for the type of property you’re interested in buying.

Hint: A trusted local agent like ourselves can advise you on this.

Identify potential ways to add value

While searching for the perfect rental, consider ways you could improve a property to make it more appealing to your ideal tenant. Could you add an extra bedroom or a home office by converting the loft? Is the property worth renovating to bring it in line with more high-end lets? This is where your market research will come into its own.

Other ways to increase profit may include selling off additional land a tenant won’t need or splitting up a building into apartments. Just make sure you obtain advice from a relevant professional before you invest.

Decide on funding

Yes, opportunities are endless for cash buyers, but if you have the minimum deposit (usually 25%), a buy-to-let mortgage can help you achieve your dreams. The maximum you can borrow is linked to the rental income you expect to receive, which should be 25–30% higher than your mortgage payment. Specialist lenders may also provide a bridging loan to cover the cost of renovations while you get the property up-to-scratch.

Beyond these top tips, our property experts are always on hand to help.

Contact us to discuss potential investment opportunities or book a rental valuation.