Landlords with properties in Haringey Borough Council’s boundary approach lettings agents in Haringey looking to maximise the income they receive from their rental homes.
Here at Assetgrove, our guaranteed rent scheme assures landlords of a fixed monthly rental income while we get on with the business of managing all the day-to-day tasks that running a property portfolio involves, such as inspections, lettings, viewings, maintenance and legal issues.
We are proud to offer guaranteed rent for up to five years. But there is a lot more to Assetgrove that this alone. Over the years we have developed a comprehensive range of property services carried out by a substantial in-house team with real expertise.
From upfront financing of home improvements and furniture packages to out-and-out property portfolio business managers, we provide a complete solution for all landlords and buy-to-let investors whether they own one property or 100.
Postcodes in Haringey
N2, N4, N6, N8, N10, N11, N13, N15, N17, N18, N22, N81
Opinion is divided as to whether Haringey is classed as an inner or outer London borough.
Bordered by Enfield, Waltham Forest, Hackney, Islington, Camden and Barnet, the most familiar landmarks in the north London borough of Haringey’s 11 square miles include Alexandra Palace and Highgate Cemetery.
The famous Victorian burial ground, originally opened in 1839 has many famous occupants including sculptor and painter Henry Moore and Karl Marx.
However, football fans associate Haringey as the home of Tottenham Hotspur’s White Hart Lane stadium.
A borough of stark contrasts
An estimated 193 languages are spoken in ethnically diverse Haringey, with over 35% of the borough’s 254,900 residents coming from ethinic minority backgrounds.
It is, however, a borough of stark contrasts with some parts in the west, such as Crouch End, Muswell Hill and Highgate, being among the wealthiest in the country, while on the eastern side there are areas that are among the most deprived 10% in the country.
Although 25% of Haringey is made up of green space, it is also classed as the 5th most deprived of the Greater London boroughs.
All of Haringey’s secondary schools, and most primary schools, are rated as Outstanding or Good by Ofsted.
The best-performing primary schools in the borough include Coleridge in Crouch End and Tetherdown in Muswell Hill, while Rokesly Infant and Junior School in Crouch End is also well-regarded by parents.
Highgate Wood, Fortismere, Alexandra Park School are among the best secondary schools in Haringey, although the borough did achieve record exam results at GCSE and A-level in 2015, which saw it buck a national trend of declining grades.
Transport in Haringey
Haringey is in Transport for London’s travel zone 3. There are 16 National Rail, London Overground and London Underground stations in the borough, with the main Tube routes being the Victoria, Northern and Piccadilly lines. Nearly all rail and underground stations offer interchanges with local bus services, and there are numerous cycle lanes, cycle routes and bike parking facilities available throughout the borough.
3 facts about Haringey
1. It has achieved Green Flag status for eight of its parks – the highest number that’s been awarded to any London borough.
2. There are three rivers still flowing above ground in the borough. These are the River Moselle, the New River and the River Lea.
3. A large number well-known people have lived, or are living, in the borough. These include poet, literary critic and philosopher Samuel Taylor Coleridge, author John Boynton Priestley, Vietnamese Communist revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh, violin player Yehudi Menuhin and pop stars Sting and George Michael.