Letting Agents in
London Borough of Brent

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Letting Agents in Brent Specialising in Rent Guarantee

Landlords with properties in Brent Borough Council’s boundary approach lettings agents in Brent looking to maximize 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 than this alone. Over the years we have developed a comprehensive range of property services carried out by our experienced in-house team.

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 a hundred properties.

Part of Outer London, Brent is situated in the north-west of the capital. The borough is bordered by Harrow to the north-west, Barnet to the north-east, Camden to the east, the boroughs of Ealing, Kensington & Chelsea, and Hammersmith & Fulham to the south, and Westminster to the south-east.

The following postcodes all fall into the London Borough of Brent’s boundaries: HA, NW, W.

The Area We Cover in and Around Brent

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Here’s What You Need to Know About Living In Brent

London Borough of Brent

Brent has a population of over 320,000 people, and includes the areas of Kilburn, Harlesden and Wembley. The borough is home to the Wembley Stadium and Wembley Arena.

The borough is one of the most ethnically diverse in the country, with large Indian and Asian communities.

Green space in Brent

Brent has many parks and open spaces within its boundaries, including formal Victorian parks. According to the local authority’s website, there is more than 1,000 acres of public open space, such as Fryent Country Park and Roe Green Park.

Local Schools in Brent

The local authority’s website lists 70 primary/preparatory schools and 15 secondary schools.

Many schools in the borough have been rated Outstanding by Ofsted, including the following primary schools: The Ark Academy, Byron Court Primary School, Kingsbury Green Primary School, Manor School and Mount Stewart Junior School. Many secondary schools also achieved Outstanding, including Claremont High School and Woodfield School.

Good transport links

26 Network Rail stations and London Underground stations operate in Brent, with the Jubilee, Bakerloo, Metropolitan and Piccadilly Lines running services.
London Overground trains from Euston mainline station stop at many stations within the borough, while Chiltern Railways trains from Marylebone mainline station also stop at stations in the borough.

The many London Overground, London Underground and National Rail stations in the borough include Willesden Junction (Bakerloo Line and Overground), Kilburn tube station (Jubilee Line), Kenton Station (Bakerloo Line and Overground) and Wembley Park tube station (Metropolitan and Jubilee lines).

During the day, Brent is served by 53 bus routes. There are 7 night bus routes.

How Do We Give Landlords A Complete Peace Of Mind?

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