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Where to Buy Property in London

Here at Inspired Homes we can help house buyers answer the question ‘where to buy property in London?’ We pride ourselves on choosing the best locations for each new housing development. We choose areas that are likely to see capital growth on your property as well as provide you with the lifestyle you desire. Our homes are high tech, high spec and finished to exacting standards and they feature stunning, contemporary designs that appeal to first time buyers and young professionals.

So where to buy property in London? Inspired Homes have developments in five suburbs and towns close to London and these were chosen because we felt they would appeal to first time buyers or anyone looking for an affordable home close to London. We carefully considered the needs of our potential buyers, including factors such as commute time, entertainment, shopping, business, travel links, leisure pursuits and more. Take a look below for more information on the Inspired Homes developments. We hope this will give you a few ideas as you ask yourself ‘where to buy property in London?’

Where to Buy Property in London

Where to Buy Property in London

Crawley

Average house price: £270,722

Average flat price: £186,083

Fluctuations: Up 7% on previous year, up 24% on year before that

Commute to Waterloo: 42 minutes

Epsom

Average house price: £469,984

Average flat price: £290,684

Fluctuations: Up 11% on previous year, up 29% on year before that

Commute to Waterloo: 36 minutes

Croydon

Average house price: £311,567

Average flat price: £246,600

Fluctuations: Up 12% on previous year, up 32% on year before that

Commute to Waterloo: 20 minutes

Sutton

Average house price: £374,886

Average flat price: £256,669

Fluctuations: Up 13% on previous year, up 28% on year before that

Commute to Waterloo: 30 minutes

Chertsey

Average house price: £346,237

Average flat price: £245,039

Fluctuations: Up 4% on previous year, up q9% on year before that

Commute to Waterloo: 56 minutes

As you can see from these stats, if you buy property in one of these towns you will see a return on your investment over time. And they are much more affordable too. Compared to the London average of:

Flats: £476,450
Terraced Houses: £615,721
Semi-detached properties: £602,084

So where to buy property in London? If you are looking to get on the property ladder for the first time, do your research and you can find areas that are affordable while still giving you the opportunity to have the lifestyle you want and have a manageable commute into work.

For more information on our developments in these towns, please get in touch.

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