Welcome back to another (rather humid) edition of Belvoir: Now Trending! In this post, we will take a detailed look at the top trending properties from the Belvoir website and also some interesting property news from around the web. This week’s digital tour takes us to the place where Belvoir began…Grantham! We’ll also be venturing over to sunny Swansea and heading up the country to Edinburgh.
Taking bronze this week is this cute 1-bed apartment situated to the south of the city centre in Edinburgh. The bright home is perfect for a professional couple setting up in their first home together. With £650 a month rent, Zoopla suggest this property would cost a total of £848 a month to run including rent. With a train station located just 0.6 miles away, it’s the perfect commuter’s home with links to Edinburgh city centre, Manchester and London all on the doorstep. This fantastic home has racked up over 170 page views since Monday! To view the full listing, click here.
In second place this week for the second week in a row is Belvoir Swansea having racked up 180 views online. This week they’re all about industrial-chic styling with this spacious 2-bed apartment. Close to the city centre, this brand-new warehouse apartment is a must-view with exposed brick walls and stunning wooden floors. At £895 a month, this home would suit a professional couple who have a taste for quirky styling, it’s a fantastic canvas for you to add your own personality too! Zoopla recommends a total monthly running cost of £979 including your rent. To view the full listing for this home, click here.
Our tour of the UK this week ends where it all began for Belvoir, in Grantham! This 3-bed family home has had an impressive 250 views online since Monday. With a fresh modern interior and a modern fitted bathroom, you’re certainly getting a lot of house for your £650 a month rent, and it won’t cost too much to run either with Zoopla estimating monthly running costs of £874 a month including rent. To view the full property listing please click here.
From the web: Uncertainty? Not here!
There is no doubt that there was a lot of doom and gloom surrounding the EU Referendum of last month. Property has been an area of uncertainty when it comes to Brexit, however, reports have now suggested that property has failed to falter post-referendum and that it is holding strong in the current economic climate, with some areas even seeing an uplift in asking prices.
Take a look at the full article here.