Which Tube Line is the most attractive to landlords?

The proximity to Underground Stations is now one of the most important things people are looking for when considering a home in London. Whether buying or renting, locations close to these transport links are always in the highest demand because they are appealing to a wide audience. This means homes here have some of the best investment potential.

Although living close to Tube links is attractive demand can differ greatly depending on the lines. Have you ever considered which is the most attractive? The top three are thought to be the Central, Jubilee, and Piccadilly.

The Central Line ranks first because it connects new hotspots in the North East, particularly in Redbridge, to the west. The route goes through the City, the centre of London, and past a number of fantastic spots for workers, tourists, and leisure seekers.

The Jubilee Line is popular because it connects east to west with fast connections to the centre of the city. It serves renowned destinations such as Bond Street and Southwark. Most importantly, it serves Canary Wharf.

The Piccadilly Line starts in the north of London and runs all the way west, ending at Uxbridge and Heathrow Airport. As a result it gives people access to some of the very best transport links in the whole city.

Not all Underground Lines are as highly regarded. The routes deemed the least attractive for landlords are the District, Circle, and Bakerloo. Although less favoured, locations on these routes can still offer lots of benefits.

At Finefair we work with investors targeting areas all across the city. Redbridge is one of the most popular because of the affordable prices and abundance of areas on the Central Line.

If you are considering all of the investment opportunities you should have a look at our services. One we are renowned for is offering guaranteed rent Redbridge property owners will love. With it we provide assurances on incomes and reduce the risk involved.

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