Date Published 12 June 2015
Taylor Wimpey Oxfordshire has joined forces with James Gesner Letting Agents to promote the fantastic benefits of investing in a high-quality property at the leading housebuilder's Atrium at Great Western Park development in Didcot.
This prestigious collection of two, three and four-bedroom properties boasts an exceptional location on the edge of Oxfordshire's beautiful countryside, with all the amenities of the town centre within easy reach. As well as proving popular with first-time buyers and existing homeowners keen to make Atrium at Great Western Park their home, the development is also attracting buy-to-let landlords looking to get a great return on their investment.
And to make the process even easier for potential investors, Taylor Wimpey is now working with respected local agency, James Gesner Letting Agents, which is based near to the development in Didcot.
Nikki Gibson, Associate Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey Oxfordshire, says: 'We're delighted to have teamed up with such a well-regarded local agency like James Gesner to make it even easier for people to invest in a buy-to-let property at Atrium at Great Western Park.
'Thanks to their extensive experience and knowledge of the local market, as well as our commitment to building the very best new homes – and the outstanding customer service that we both strive to deliver – we're certain that this is going to be a highly successful partnership.'
With interest rates still at an all-time low, landlords with a buy-to-let property can benefit from the widening gap between rising rents and low-interest mortgage payments.
Buy-to-let landlords are earning returns of almost 1,400% since 1996, The Guardian has revealed. On average, £1,000 invested in a buy-to-let asset in the final quarter of 1996 was worth £14,987 by the end of last year, according to analysis by economists at the Wriglesworth Consultancy for lender Landbay*.
James Gesner, Director of James Gesner Letting Agents, says: 'We're an independent company with 20 years of experience in property management. Our team can offer in-depth knowledge of the property market and landlords can work alongside a local team, allowing us to make the process easier.
'We aim to build relationships with our landlords – we won't make false promises over rental prices and we'll ensure we provide the most respectful tenants possible, so there are fewer concerns over properties getting damaged.' There's a superb selection of new homes currently available at Atrium at Great Western Park including two-bedroom houses from £250,000, three-bedroom designs from £285,000 and four-bedroom properties from £350,000. Atrium at Great Western Park lies on the western fringes of the vibrant town of Didcot, which has a good selection of shops, restaurants and pubs all within walking distance.
Parents will appreciate that there are a number of primary schools and secondary schools located close by. Commuters will enjoy easy access to the A34 which runs east of the development, offering good links to the M4 and M40, and nearby Didcot Parkway railway station has regular services to London Paddington with a journey time of around 40 minutes.
To find out more about investing in a property at Atrium at Great Western Park, potential investors can visit the Sales Information Centre, located off Wantage Road, Didcot, and open daily from 10am to 5pm (1pm until 5pm on Mondays). Alternatively, the Sales Executive can be contacted on 01235 420762.
Taylor Wimpey UK, part of Taylor Wimpey plc, is one of the largest residential developers in the UK, developing new homes and communities across the country.
Taylor Wimpey operates from 24 regional offices across England, Scotland and Wales and builds over 12,000 homes each year. Taylor Wimpey is a responsible homebuilder that is committed to health and safety, environmental sustainability, providing excellent customer service and engaging with local communities.
For further information please visit www.taylorwimpey.co.uk.