If you are a landlord looking to let your property, or you’re keen to rent a property in the up-and-coming town of Dagenham, haart letting agents are here to help.
haart lettings Dagenham is part of the UK’s largest independent estate and lettings agents. Every year we help thousands of people to achieve their aims, whether they’re letting out a property, or keen to rent one.
Popular with investors for its value for money property, Dagenham is also a hit for those looking to rent. The town has superb transport links, great schools (including several rated ‘outstanding’) and a range of property types, including various new build apartment complexes.
The London Underground operates from Becontree, Dagenham East and Dagenham Heathway and there are train services from Dagenham Dock and Chadwell Heath. The A13 runs through the area, connecting Dagenham to the City, as well as out to the M25 and beyond.
The area has plenty to offer. You can explore Hainault Forest with its park, play areas and zoo, or take a tour of Danson Park, a grand 18th century mansion. Dagenham itself also has cinemas, good shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants.
So whether you’re an investor looking to let your property, or you’re keen to rent a home in Dagenham, the haart lettings team is here to help.
We use rightmove.co.uk, onthemarket.com and our own haart website to market properties. We also advertise in local newspapers and across social media.
The haart lettings Dagenham office is open at 1-3a Reede Road, Monday to Saturday.
Dagenham Village near Old Dagenham Park marks the town's ancient origins. There's a 12th century church, war memorial and an 18th century pub, the Cross Keys. It's now a conservation zone.
Dagenham – part of the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham and home to the Ford Motor Company – is actually part of Essex.
The two districts have around 200,000 people and boast the fastest growing population in London with an increasingly diverse community.
Travel to London via train takes just 32 minutes and there are numerous primary and secondary schools. The borough has many shopping outlets and is within easy reach of shopping centres at Romford, Thurrock and Barking.
As the New Political term starts – is Housing Policy on the agenda?. The long summer has ended, MP’s have returned to Parliament and we’re in the midst of Conference Season. Naturally Brexit will dominate each party conference, however there are other equally important policies that should also form part of the agenda - particularly Housing.
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