Landlords with properties that fall within the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames approach lettings agents in Kingston upon Thames 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 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.
Kingston upon Thames is a borough in south-west London with royal status. It is the oldest of the four royal boroughs within England. Covering 14.38 square miles, the main districts include Kingston upon Thames, Surbiton, New Malden, and Chessington.
The postcodes in Kingston upon Thames are: KT, SW, TW.
The borough is home to Chessington World of Adventures, a theme park and zoo, Richmond Park, the Rose Theatre, and Hampton Court Palace.
Who lives in Kingston upon Thames?
The borough has a population of approximately 173,500 people, and it is not as ethnically diverse as other London boroughs.
Kingston is known as an excellent shopping location, with a varied mix of independent shops and larger high street chains. It is also home to the Bentall Centre, the largest shopping centre in Kingston upon Thames.
Within the borough, there are 36 primary schools, 11 secondary schools, and a strong selection of preparatory schools, alternative schools and senior schools. Kingston College is also within the borough.
The borough has no tube stations, and is not connected to the London Underground network. However, it is served by South West Trains which run services to nine stations in the borough, providing fast links into London Waterloo. There are two main bus stations.
Richmond Park, the largest of the capital’s royal parks, is a nature reserve, conservation area, and deer park. The borough is home to many green spaces, including the Hogsmill Valley, which is 79 hectares.