In Congestion Zone:No – 7.0 miles outside.
Parking and Traffic:Permits & Meters.  Uxbridge Road and the Broadway gets congested.
Ethnicity Bias:Asian
Investor ProfilePension, Business, Cash&Equity,
Per 1000 population221108
Yield Range:5.6% - 9.0%
Price Ranges  Low £Hi       £Low £pwHi £pwLowHi
Studio flat100,000130,0001352257.0%9.0%
1 bed flat140,000210,0001702606.3%6.4%
2 bed flat160,000300,0001953756.3%6.5%
2 bed house195,000295,0002103255.6%5.7%
3 bed house200,000450,0002805005.8%7.3%
Valuations above the London average by:-2.1% (£236,834)
 ActualLondon Average
 Capital growth last 12 months:28.6%19%
 Capital growth last 48 months:111.0%89%
 Tube:Ealing Broadway District and Central Lines (Zone 3) – 27 minutes to Victoria and 25 minutes to Oxford Circus
 Demand For Letting:Good
 Average void period:6 days

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Capital Growth

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Out of 10:633
 Summary:Potential to find a tenant for life as people rarely move out of the area.
Sought After Streets:Byron Rd, Felix Rd and Drayton Green Rd.


A fully self contained area.  You need not enter Central London for anything but if you wish to it’s a 25 minute bus ride to the central border.  This I like and so do more and more of the younger generations.  The young professional wishing to leave home but wishing to be near their family and friends they grew up with find their home town Ealing perfect.

Ealing is quite a middle class area which is good and is quite suburban – heralded as the queen of the suburbs.  The west part of Ealing is considered the cheaper end and this is where you should be looking.  This area will eventually rise up as it will be seen as an upmarket alternative to areas such as Southall.

Every shop is here and there are more to come!  Ealing is an easy place to get to and I think the retailers know this.  It is part of the Hanger Lane Gyratory which links the A406 with the A40.  This area is potentially commuterable to Oxford via the A40 or by the excellent rail links offered by Hanwell Train Station.  This further attracts tenants wishing to live near London.

 Estate Agents:NameAddressTelWeb
 Adams Property Services22 Northfields Avenue, Ealing, London, W13 9RT020 8566
 Sinton Andrews8 Springbridge Road, Ealing, London, W5 2AA020 8566
 Colin Bibra & Co34 The Mall, Ealing, London, W5 3TJ020 8567
 Robertson Smith & Kempson15 The Mall, Ealing, London, W5 2PJ020 8840
 Russell Collins & Co102 South Ealing Road, Ealing, London, W5 4QJ020 8567 7080 
 Northfields Estates130 Northfields Avenue, Ealing, London, W13 9RT020 8840
 Tighe Estates10 Longfield Road, Ealing, London, W5 2DH020 8579 8601 
 Brendons Estate AgentsRoyal Chambers, 104 Pitshanger Lane, Ealing, London, W5 1QX020 8998
 John Martin Estates82 Pitshanger Lane, Ealing, London, W5 1QX020 8998 3333 
 Winkworth5-6 Station Buildings, Ealing Common, Ealing, London, W5 3NU020 8896
 Grimshaw & Co5 Station Parade, Ealing Common, London, W5 3LD020 8992
 Letting Agents:NameAddressTelWeb
 BrendonsRoyal Chambers, 104 Pitshanger Lane, Ealing, London, W5 1QX020 8998
 Sinton Andrews8 Springbridge Road, Ealing Broadway, London, W5 2AA020 8579
 Townends41 The Broadway, Ealing, London, W5 2NP020 8579
 Barnard Marcus 020 8579
 Knight Young & Co2 Royal Parade, Hanger Lane, London, W5 1ET020 8991
 Ealing Properties30 Central Chambers, The Broadway, Ealing, London, W5 2NR020 8840 6898 
 MBH Property ServicesSuite 34, Central Chambers, The Broadway, London, W5 2NR020 8840 8155