Living In London – Neighborhoods – South London

South London is one of the more affordable areas to look at when you’re moving to London. There will always be the great debate about the north vs. the south and many expats choose to live north of the river because the tube transport is better, but South London is an area that is rapidly becoming the choice of the upwardly mobile.

South London – Clapham

Clapham is only just south of the very center of London and is a neighborhood that is a popular choice for young city professionals. Clapham is an extremely trendy area and is filled with classy bars, clubs and restaurants. You can expect to pay about £800 per week for a studio London apartment up to about £3000 for a rather fancy luxury family home. Clapham is considered one of the better places to buy property if you you’re considering staying in London for a few years.

Living in London – City Area Guide Part II

If you are contemplating relocating to London for work, then now is the time to start looking at the different suburbs and area in London that you might want to live in. Finding a home in London is not as easy as it seems, and you might be wise to consult with one of the excellent relocation agents who will help you find the perfect apartment or house in a suburb that suits you. Each suburb in London has its own pros and cons, and each one has its own personality. You just need to take a look at what you require in a suburb and you can then start looking for possible rental homes for the duration of your stay. Of course, you will only be able to properly assess each area once you are on the ground. Take a walk through the suburb and see if it lives up to your expectations before renting a home.