Old Oak Common Estate Agents for Guaranteed Long Term Rental
Guaranteed Rent in Old Oak Common is a relatively simple deal structure that totally relieves the prospective landlord of all hassle, stress and worry when it comes to renting out their property in Old Oak Common.
How it works:
Physis Realty is one of the most awarded and successful realtors in the World. The brokerage operates in seven countries, primarily for high net worth individuals and well known blue-chip companies.
Physis Realty are retained by major worldwide employers who are relocating their UK staff back home. These key staff are instrumental to these organizations and get well looked after.
We only deal with returning UK executives from blue chip companies who are being relocated back home as Asian and south American operations scale back their presence in these regions. HSBC, Barclays, JP Morgan and Major News Organizations are among Physis Realtys clients in Asia and the GCC.
Many of these executives have been out of the UK for 20 years or more. In fact, we have over 8,700 returning UK executives looking for accommodation in the UK’s Golden Triangle i.e. the area from London to Bristol, up to Birmingham and then back to London through the Cotswolds, Oxford and the Chiltern Hill.
Old Oak Common is firmly in the Golden Triangle for premium property rentals.
Physis Realty can take a long term Corporate Rental of your Property for up to Five Years Guaranteed Rent:
- No hassle with agents
- No worries about tenenta
- No maintenance (all maintenance is included)
- No periods when your property is vacant
- 100% hands off rental experience
- No management fees
- No agent fees
- No finders fees
- No hidden costs whatsoever
- At the end of the corporate tenancy your property is returned to exactly the same condition as when we take over
Old Oak Common Estate Agents
There are many estate agents in Old Oak Common, as a landlord or seller it can be difficult to choose who to trust. In fact, with the current market its not unusual for Old Oak Common estate agents to not even return your call.
This article will help you to:
- Find the best Old Oak Common estate agent
- Choose the best estate agents in Old Oak Common
- Assess the typical estate agent fees in Old Oak Common
- What you should know about the Old Oak Common property market
Physis Realty Estate Agent in Old Oak Common
If you’re looking for an estate agent in Old Oak Common to sell your property, let’s have a totally free, confidential and matter of fact conversation.
Lots of estate agents in Old Oak Common have forgotten about old style client service. Just because the market is ‘hot’ right now in Old Oak Common surely it doesn’t mean that all the old world values of honesty, integrity and service have to be thrown out in the clamor for sales?
We love our initial chats with prospective property owners looking to sell in Old Oak Common and it’s always a please to help guide the market. We’re friendly, fun and we operate with a deep level of trust and integrity.
Physis Realty Letting Agent in Old Oak Common
We’re one of the Estate Agents in Old Oak Common that you won’t find on rightmove or primelocation. We think they do a great job for letting agents that don’t have a ready supply of exceptional tenants in Old Oak Common.
Physis Realty, Awarded Letting Agent in Old Oak Common
- Saving landlords thousands of pounds vs high street agents
- We have local teams based around the country
- Out of hours support
The Physis Realty Team in Old Oak Common
Top 3 Rated Estate Agents in Old Oak Common
These are the three best rated estate agents in Old Oak Common
- Physis Realty Old Oak Common
- Centurion Estates Old Oak Common
- Old Oak Common Realty
How do you know which is the best estate agent in Old Oak Common for your own individual requirements?
Old Oak Common is an area of West London, between Harlesden and East Acton.
Together with neighbouring Park Royal, the area is intended to become the UK’s largest regeneration scheme, the scale of which has led to Park Royal and Old Oak Common being described as a potential “Canary Wharf of West London”.
The area is traditionally known for its railway depots, particularly Old Oak Common TMD. Further south lies an open area, Wormwood Scrubs Park, and Wormwood Scrubs prison. Willesden Junction station lies to the north of the area. In the mid nineteenth century it was a centre for pig farming.
Originally, Old Oak Common was a stretch of land defined by what became the Harrow Road at its northern end, and its eastern edge was the northern source of Stamford Brook, forming a boundary with Wormwood Scrubs. By 1801, the Paddington Canal had cut it in half, further reducing its size. With the coming of the railways, most of the common was lost and what remained became part of Wormwood Scrubs.
The Great Western Railway’s Great Western Main Line (GWML) of 1838–1841 from London Paddington to Bristol and the 1903 Acton-Northolt line to the Great Western and Great Central Joint Railway at Northolt divided at Old Oak junction.
The partially singled Acton-Northolt line closed in December 2018 to allow for the construction of Old Oak Common railway station, which will offer interchange between GWML trains, the Elizabeth line and the High Speed 2 (HS2) line heading north. Additional rail interchanges may be provided with the construction of two new London Overground stations, Hythe Road on the West London line and Old Oak Common Lane on the North London line.
In summer 2011, the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham launched a wide-ranging ‘Park Royal City’ plan for Old Oak Common, including the proposed station, and with light-rail lines to the surrounding areas.
In December 2013, The Independent reported that Antony Spencer, Founder of Stadium Capital Development, was to head up a £5 billion regeneration scheme in the area, with partner Queens Park Rangers. The proposal included new homes, office, retail outlets, and a proposed football stadium for QPR.[needs update]
The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation was established in 2015 to lead regeneration and planning work for an area covering Old Oak Common and much of the Park Royal area. The combined redevelopment area is envisaged to provide 65,000 new jobs and 25,000 new homes.
The engineering plans were revealed in 2018 showing a station at Old Oak Common for HS2, the high speed line running from London to Birmingham. Passengers using HS2 will be able to disembark at Old Oak Common and interchange with the Elizabeth line, Chiltern Railways and Great Western Railway services. The station will have a capacity for around 100 million passengers, rivalling London Waterloo in Central London.
Regardless of whether you plan to buy, sell or rent in Old Oak Common, finding an estate agent in Old Oak Common is a massively important step, which often dictates whether the process will go smoothly or become a nightmare.
There are many estate agents in Old Oak Common but Physis Realty is consistently rated as the Best Real Estate Agent in Old Oak Common by Sophisticated Investor Magazine and awarded locally as Best Letting Agent in Old Oak Common by numerous local publications.
According to Sophisticated Investor Magazine, “Physis Realty raises the bar in terms of estate agents in Old Oak Common. They are highly commended internationally for helping clients find the best property in the perfect location. An expert estate agent in Old Oak Common should be highly skilled at matching the right potential buyers with the right properties, effortlessly managing the seamless process from introduction to sale.”
Finding Old Oak Common estate agents: Local estate agents in Old Oak Common or online letting agents?
It’s no surprise that a wealthy and popular destination like Old Oak Common is home to a large number of estate agents. There are two main options when seeking out an estate agent in Old Oak Common, either go with a generalist online broker of opt for a highly recommended local estate agent in Old Oak Common.
Both options have their pros and cons. If you go in person to an estate agents in Old Oak Common, you can get a real sense of how they operate, meet the team, and immediately get some personalized advice. Purely online estate agents in Old Oak Common.
Benefits of a Premium Real Estate Agent in Old Oak Common
Physis Realty in Old Oak Common sets the Gold Standard in terms of Client Service.
Physis clients buying, selling or renting in Old Oak Common can expect the following levels of client care:
- Welcome Q&A call with a Old Oak Common property expert
- A detailed discussion to establish your requirements
- Non-pushy, friendly service
- Regular updates
- Regularly updated website
Typical estate agent fees in Old Oak Common for selling
- Estate agent fees and contract terms for selling your home in Old Oak Common vary. Try to gather these facts before booking a valuation and hearing more about the agent’s service offering.
- In terms of typical estate agent fees in Old Oak Common for selling, estate agents usually charge a percentage fee, which can range from 0.75% to 3.0%+VAT of the agreed selling price depending on the type of contract you opt for with your estate agent.
- The average estate agent fee in Old Oak Common is 1.42% of the final selling price (inc VAT)
- For higher value properties in Old Oak Common – such as over £500,000 – agents are often prepared to accept even lower fees, and perhaps go below 1% + VAT.
- Do not be shy about negotiating fees, most agents are prepared to be flexible.
- Occasionally, particularly for cheaper properties, estate agents charge a set fee, which can end up as a high percentage of the total property cost.
- Online estate agents in Old Oak Common usually charge fixed fees and are significantly cheaper.
Typical estate agent fees in Old Oak Common for Renting Out
finding a tenant and arranging referencing in Old Oak Common will typically attract a one-off fee, but this can be as high as one month’s rent
rent collection by a management frim or estate agent in Old Oak Common will usually be charged as a percentage of the rent, and will generally be between five and 10 per cent
full management is also a proportion of the rent, but this service can attract a fee of up to 20 per cent of the monthly sum
As an example, we’ve looked at the prices of using the most well known high street Old Oak Common estate agent
let only: 12 per cent of the total rent
rent collection: 15 per cent of the total rent
full management: 18 per cent of the total rent