We are experts in residential property management, covering all of Luton and the surrounding areas. We specialise in managing private leasehold apartments and flats.
At Redbrick we understand that property management is a people-focused industry. We offer a personal and flexible service and pride ourselves on our communication and listening skills; placing our focus firmly on you.
Our dedicated team of highly skilled property managers are committed to providing you with the best possible service. They are supported by a board of directors who collectively bring more than 40 years of residential property management experience to the company.
Contact our team on 01438 303333 or email@example.com for more information on our residential property management services.
Luton is one of the most populous towns in the UK without city status, but despite the urban size, you aren’t far away from a rural walk — Luton is surrounded by countryside from the Dunstable Downs to the Chiltern Hills.
Luton is also one of the UK’s property investor hotspots. This is largely due to the greater affordability and brighter forecasts for price growth when compared to London. The average price of a home in Luton is just £253,998 (London is about £500,000). By choosing Luton over London, residents and investors can take advantage of the cheaper property prices and spacious living, but the attractions of the capital city are just a quick train ride away.
The transport links also make Luton a premium location for commuting. Not only is Luton famous for having an international airport and the M1 on its doorstep, but the town is a mere 23 minutes away from King’s Cross by train. Luton took the lead as London’s top commuter location, and remains ‘number one’.
Transformation projects are currently underway or in the pipeline in Luton, creating more local jobs and improving residents’ quality of life.
The town centre is in the midst of a £1.5 billion regeneration, including the construction of new build apartments — taking style inspiration from Dubai — which make the future property market look exciting. Luton also boasts an array of sought-after industrial buildings, perfect for converting into stylish apartments with enviable high ceilings and large windows.
House prices in Luton have risen over the last five years and this is likely to accelerate now that the regeneration has begun. According to Rightmove, house prices in Luton have risen for the last few years, with the majority of sales being semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £277,944. Terraced properties sold for an average of £227,512, with flats fetching £163,291. The majority of housing in Luton tends to date from the 1920-30s, with desirable period features and spacious rooms.
However, with the investment that is pouring into new homes, including a £48 million project to build 183 flats with communal roof gardens, there will be opportunities for more modern homes in the not too distant future.
Redbrick Management’s dedicated team have a combined 40 years of experience and a wealth of local knowledge. Together, we oversee the maintenance of developments across Luton and the surrounding areas.
We also provide the following services for freeholders, putting effective communication at the forefront of everything we do: 1.
Ground rent invoicing and collection
Advice on planning permission, deeds of variation and lease compliance
Freehold and lease extension negotiation
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