Property Auctions Ealing

Known as the "Queen of the Suburbs" due to its greenery, the London Borough of Ealing is a stately, long-established place with a fine history which make it the best place to live.

Being a district in the West London, Ealing is identified as a major metropolitan centre with its Central and Piccadilly tube lines running from Heathrow to Paddington, making it a key transportation hub connecting to central London.

With a population of over 3, 40,000, Ealing is voted to have the nicest areas to live. Its green area parks, film studios, festivals along with its abundance of culinary flavours make it a favoured place for prospective buyers who're looking towards LetsBid’s Ealing property auctions as a viable means of investing in the area.

Average Property Price in Ealing

The average property value in Ealing is around £850,553 in which the average price for flats are £605,106 and houses £1,476,442. The cross rail has transformed the perception of Ealing to families and property speculators alike.

The average rental price in Ealing is £554 per week which is 17.3% below the London Average of £670 per week. And when the Elizabeth Line opens in December 2018, the journey time from Ealing Broadway to Bond Street will be halved by to 11 minutes which makes this place a more convenient choice for many who’re looking to rent a house.

The average property sold price in Ealing has increased 13.58% over the last 2 years. Ealing is more expensive than nearby West Ealing (£648,506), South Ealing (£607,963) and Elthorne Heights (£560,701).

Top Ealing Attractions

There are many things to do and see in Ealing, from parks and restaurants to theatrical shows. Some of the more interesting and famous things in Ealing include the Walpole Park & Pitzhanger Manor House, a magnificent building which also hosts free art exhibitions; The Questors Theatre, which is one of the largest amateur playhouses in Europe; St. Mary’s Church, with roots back to medieval times; as well as a mixture of culinary tastes spread on the Station Parade, just opposite of the Ealing Common station.

Ealing is also the birthplace of the famous Ealing Studios and Ealing Blues Club, and a thriving base for film-makers and musicians. The annual Summer Festival draws large crowds and top performers. Ealing's parks are plentiful, independent shops thrive, and residents are spoilt for choice with top quality restaurants and pubs.

With both National Rail and Underground links, Ealing is a fantastic area for commuters. Walpole Park was recently redesigned and offers total tranquillity, just a stone’s throw from the centre of Ealing Broadway.

Demand for Ealing Property

 

The London Borough of Ealing has seen the most drastic turn around in property demand with a growth of 74%. As the city continues to grow, with an ever-increasing population and developing economic importance, the demand for houses also continues to grow.

Ealing offers a mixture of both modern buildings and country side spaces, with many shopping malls and shops as well as a lot of leafy green landscapes and Victoria houses, which can be quite pricey.  If you’re thinking about Ealing Borough as your residential area for housing, you can find room to rent in Ealing with the help of Lets Bid Property.

What Happens When You Agree on a Price?

Now, as a prospective buyer, you will be happy to know that Lets Bid helps to cut through the red tape, minimising the admin time between making an offer and acquiring the keys. Through our registration process, all of the relevant checks are made, making life easier for both the buyer and our network of vetted estate agents.

Once an offer has been accepted via our Ealing house auctions, the property is then taken off the market for 28 days while the buying party makes the relevant arrangements in order to complete the purchase. Once you've made all the arrangements and are cleared with all the procedures, the keys are handed over to you.