March through until to July are traditionally the busiest months for the Richmond Lettings department; however, the General Election in May saw the market stagnate somewhat and served to delay the rush by a month or so. June and July have been notably busier for both long and short term rentals and we have been experiencing good levels of enquiries and new instructions coming to the market. More recently, we have secured several corporate lets with families looking to move in before the start of the school term in September. There has also been an increase in the number of relocation agent searches for overseas’ executives looking to base themselves in Richmond, a town which remains a perennial favourite of professional singles and families alike.
There is something about Richmond in the sunshine, it really does come alive and acts as a magnet for people looking to move to the area during the brighter months of the year. We can understand why, it’s hard to beat the combination of beautiful parks, wonderful boutiques and riverside walks available within in close proximity to the capital.
We are currently marketing a fabulous four bedroom period mansion apartment to let which overlooks Richmond Bridge. If you are looking to soak up some of Richmond’s summer atmosphere then this property has a bird’s eye view of the River Thames and is a must see.
Richmond Park also attracts many people at this time of year, everybody from picnickers to cyclists can enjoy the open parkland and the spectacle of grazing deer, whilst admiring impressive views of the city beyond. So, if you are a landlord looking to rent your property in the Borough of Richmond I would be delighted to talk to you about the service we can offer, please do get in touch.