Living in London means that you will have the opportunity to attend some of the greatest sporting events in the world that are held at some of the most famous sporting venues. Moving to London can be a sports lover’s dream and you will have the chance to learn about different sports as well as indulge in a bit of history and tradition while you are at it. Just in case you think all of these articles are written by chicks (well they might be indeed) who have poor understanding and less interest in sports, be aware that many women in London have a keen interest in sports and are avid sports fans.
If you are considering moving to London, then your first search is going to be to find a place to live. You will want your cosy little London rental to be in an area that is central and close to the major transport hub as having a car in London is neither practical nor necessary. Expats tend to congregate into certain areas depending on where they originate and while it may be comforting to be able to walk down the street and hear a familiar accent, you might decide to cast off into areas that are not traditionally associated with the large expat community in London.
In previous articles this week, we have discussed moving to London and the basic types of London rental apartments that you can find on the market. There are a number of details that you need to know about renting property in London, and how to go about it so you can be settled into your new home as soon as possible.
Moving to London means you’ll be looking for a London rental apartment as soon as possible. If your employer is going to find you an apartment for a short while, then you’ll have the chance to look around at the different areas and types of properties that will suit you and your family. This series of articles gives an in depth review of the London rental business, and how to go about renting an apartment or house if you are a foreigner who is moving to the city of London.
If you know you are going to be moving to London, and living in London for a few years, you may want to consider buying a property instead of renting a London apartment, which will not give you any return on investment. The property market in England and London in particular is complicated, so you might want to get to grips with the way things work before buying a London home. It is true though that property is an excellent investment and if you manage to buy in an area in London that is set for future development, then you could end up making a lot of money.