Croydon is a London borough in south London, England and is part of Outer London. It is the second largest London borough by population. It is the southernmost borough of London. At its centre is the historic town of Croydon from which the borough takes its name
Croydon has seen some incredible investment into its city center housing L&G has agreed a £100m deal with HUB to forward fund a 35-storey tower in the redevelopment of Taberner House in Croydon.
The 251-flat tower was earmarked for the rental market, while the three remaining blocks of the £200m, 513 home scheme will be for the for sale and affordable markets; 40%, or 205 flats, will be affordable.
The redevelopment of the former council HQ has been a long time in the making. This has no Question helped Property auctions in Croydon and South London achieve Premiums for city Flats and Houses for sale in Croydon
Top Stuff to do in Croydon
After 5 successful years in Shoreditch, Boxpark took the leap south of the river into Croydon to premiere the first food and beverage only site, with over 200 events planned each year and capacity for over 2000 people! Boxpark Croydon holds nearly 40 food tenants, all under one roof, serving almost every kind of cuisine imaginable. There is something for everyone.
Average property Prices in Croydon
Last year most property sales in Croydon involved flats which sold for on average £297,070. Terraced properties sold for an average price of £397,007, while semi-detached properties fetched £499,122.
The priciest area within Croydon was Woodcote Green and the least expensive was Forestdale
Demand for Property in Croydon
In 2017 Croydon was the second most in demand Location to live in the Uk according to Zoopla and with the investment into Croydon and the small distance to the centre of London who could blame them
What Happens When You Agree on a Price?
From the moment that you agree on a price with an estate agent, the property is then taken off the market for a period of 28 days when you have paid across your reservation fee . This gives the buyer four weeks in which to make arrangements before completing the purchase which, assuming all goes well, will culminate in the handing over of keys.