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Here at Assetgrove, we have been rent guarantee specialists since 1975. This gives us almost 40 years of dedicated experience and acts as testament to our long-standing success and professionalism as rent guarantee specialists.

In that time we have expanded the areas our teams cover from our head office in North London to the majority of the capital’s 32 boroughs – from Croydon in the South and Hillingdon in the West to Barking & Dagenham in the East.

In every area of London’s 1,856 square miles that Assetgrove’s team of specialists covers, we have built an excellent reputation among landlords, property investors and local authorities. We have also developed a tremendous amount of knowledge and skill when it comes to managing your property.

Throughout London and within the M25 you will often see our fleet of maintenance vehicles on the road. The team plays an essential role within Assetgrove, constantly working to maintain and improve our clients’ investments.

Imagine a world with no voids, no late night telephone calls from tenants and no dealing with viewings or lettings. Working with Assetgrove gives you access to our considerable property expertise, which is virtually unmatched in this sector. Just click on the links below to find out more about our operations in your area.

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City Westminster KingstonandChelsea HammersmithandFulham Wandsworth Lambeth Southwark TowerHamlets Hackney Islington Camden Brent Ealing Hounslow Richmond KingstonuponThames Merton Sutton Croydon Bromley Lewisham Greenwich Bexley Havering BarkingandDagenham Redbridge Newham WalthamForest Haringey Enfield Barnet Harrow Hillingdon

Croydon

With more than 338,000 residents, Coydon is London’s most populated borough. It is set to grow further as an increasing number of young professionals and families are looking to set up home here.

London Borough of Croydon

Bromley

Despite being the largest London borough by area, Bromley is home to just 300,000 residents. It is the least densely populated of all London boroughs because half of it is covered by green space.

London Borough of Bromley

Enfield

The presence of three University of Middlesex campuses in the borough explains why the population of Enfield is both younger and better educated than average.

London Borough of Enfield


Harrow

Harrow is London’s 12th largest borough by area and is found on the north-western outer ring of Greater London. The borough’s thriving local economy has helped it achieve high business growth rates.

London Borough of Harrow

Hounslow

Lying west of the capital, Hounslow is one of the larger outer London boroughs with a population of over 250,000. The main towns in the borough are Hounslow, Brentford, Chiswick and Feltham.

London Borough of Hounslow

Hackney

Bordering the City of London, Hackney is one of the capital’s most rapidly developing boroughs. Massive regeneration is in evidence across the whole of the inner-city borough.

London Borough of Hackney


Barking & Dagenham

Barking & Dagenham lies at the heart of the Thames Gateway – an area designated as a national priority for urban regeneration. It has a fast-growing population that is forecast to reach 221,000 by 2020.

London Borough of Barking and Dagenham

Greenwich

Home to the Prime Meridian, defined as 00 longitude, the London Borough of Greenwich is situated on the south bank of the River Thames. It was granted Royal status in 2012.

Royal Borough of Greenwich

Sutton

Sutton is not only one of the top three safest boroughs in London, with total crime having reduced by 31% over the past eight years, its 607 hectares of open space make it one of London’s greenest boroughs.

London Borough of Sutton


Barnet

Barnet is the second largest of London’s boroughs. To the north it has areas of countryside, while to the south it is more densely populated towards Hendon, Colindale and Cricklewood.

London Borough of Barnet

Lewisham

More than 130 languages are spoken by the diverse communities that make up the London Borough of Lewisham’s population, which is forecast to grow from 250,000 to 290,000 over the next 20 years.

London Borough of Lewisham

Southwark

The inner-London borough of Southwark is an area of contrast and opportunity. Home to the Shard, Southwark is also the London borough with the largest amount of social housing under direct council control.

London Borough of Southwark


Waltham Forest

Waltham Forest has districts in the south of the borough with inner-city characteristics, and more affluent residential development in the north with open space and sections of Epping Forest.

London Borough of Waltham Forest

Redbridge

In north-east London, the borough of Redbridge is known for its award winning parks and open spaces, excellent transport links and thriving shopping areas.

London Borough of Redbridge

Lambeth

Stretching from the South Bank to Streatham Vale in the south, the borough of Lambeth has the largest geographic area of any inner London borough. Largely residential, it has a complex social and ethnic mix.

London Borough of Lambeth


Newham

In the heart of east London, Newham is one of just two boroughs in the capital to have a larger black and minority ethnic population than those identifying themselves as white.

London Borough of Newham

Haringey

The north London borough of Hackney is one of extreme contrasts. Parts of the west are prosperous, while the east of the borough offers opportunities for redevelopment.

London Borough of Haringey

Tower Hamlets

The inner London borough of Tower Hamlets covers much of the traditional East End. Among its estimated population of 220,000 is the largest number of Bangladeshis in the UK.

London Borough of Tower Hamlets


Wandsworth

The largely residential borough of Wandsworth in south-west London contains five main town centres – Balham, Clapham Junction, Putney, Tooting and Wandsworth.

London Borough of Wandsworth

Merton

Most noted for upmarket Wimbledon, the mainly residential borough of Merton in south-west London is home to about 211,000 people. Its town centres also include Mitcham and Morden.

London Borough of Merton

Bexley

In the south-east of London, Bexley has four main centres of population – Crayford, Erith, Sidcup and Welling. It is one of the greenest boroughs in London with over 200 parks and open spaces.

London Borough of Bexley


Brent

Home to Wembley Stadium and almost 250,000 residents, the Borough of Brent is an area of distinct contrasts combining features common to both inner and outer suburban London.

London Borough of Brent

Hillingdon

Hillingdon is the second largest London borough by area, located 14 miles from central London and with Heathrow Airport in its boundaries is literally the gateway to the UK.

London Borough of Hillingdon

Havering

To the east of the city, the outer London Borough of Havering’s principal town is Romford. Other main communities are Hornchurch, Upminster and Rainham.

London Borough of Havering