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Selling your home in London
The capital has become a melting pot for professions, cultures and religions from all walks of life and the diverse mix of its £8 million+ residence results in the nation’s capital being one of the most appealing areas for many to live. Property in London is some of the most in demand throughout the whole of the UK and as a result it can fetch three to four times the national average.
Working in London
The capital offers a wealth of employment opportunities from the political hub of Westminster, to the financial corner stones of London City and Canary Wharf, as well as everything in between. There is also a wealth of channels for artistic expression from the better known Tate Gallery, to the smaller outlets such as Banner Repeater on platform one of the Hackney Downs train station.
Things to do in London
The city also stages a number of music festivals throughout the year with tastes to suit all, whether it’s Dance and House music at SW4 in Clapham Common or Reggae and RnB at Notting Hill Carnival. London also plays host to a wide variety sporting events throughout the year and is home to no less than six Premiership football teams, as well as two Premiership rugby teams. The homes of English rugby and football are also located in the capital, at Wembley Stadium and Twickenham Stadium respectively. There is an abundance of sites to see and places to go in London. Some of the city’s most famous landmarks include the Tower of London, the London Eye, the Palace of Westminster, Buckingham Palace, St Paul’s Cathedral and the London Museum to name but a few.
With so much to do, it’s a good thing London is serviced by an extensive public transport network. The London Underground was the first of its kind and remains one of the biggest and busiest transport networks to date. Its 11 different lines span the length and breadth of the city and provide the vital transport links needed by many to traverse the urban landscape. It is also supported by the London Overground service as well as a wide network of London buses. So top up your Oyster Card and go and see what London has to offer.
Buying and Selling property in London
The high prices of London property has seen many buyers abandon central London for the outer boroughs and even further afield, to commuter friendly areas outside the M25. If you’re looking to buy in the capital, try Leyton in the north east of London. Although it is a tad further out from the city centre, the area is serviced by the Central line and offers considerably cheaper property prices than the rest of London. If you have a property for sale in London, call Emoov on 0333 300 2526 and sell your property for the price you want, at a fraction of the cost.
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