Popular Barnet offers leafy, suburban living with thriving cultural communities providing plenty of diversity. Rentify can help you make the most of your letting with our handy borough guide.
At Rentify we have property specialists dedicated to Barnet, armed with local expertise and unmatched valuation knowledge to find you the right tenants.
Barnet is the 2nd largest London borough, and home to a hugely diverse population.
The landscape of the borough is also wide-ranging, reaching from urban Finchley in the south to leafy High Barnet in the north.
Families in particular enjoy the quiet and village-like feel of the borough’s northern districts, as well as excellent schools throughout the area.
Southern districts such as Finchley and Golders Green benefit from a thriving Jewish community offering a number of Kosher supermarkets, bakeries and eateries.
The ever-popular Brent Cross shopping centre brings high street names to the borough, while access to several Northern line tube stations gives locals fast and frequent links to central London.
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Flats make up almost 60% of Barnet’s housing stock, with around 20% comprising semi-detached houses suitable for families looking for a more spacious home.
Rentify letting insight“The diversity of Barnet means that it attracts a wide range of tenants. However tenants drawn to the borough tend to prefer a more stable living situation, so Barnet usually offers landlords higher tenant security than other London boroughs.”
Barnet's many districts each have their own character, catering to a variety of residents. Here's our top picks for new landlords in the area.This borough covers the EN4, EN5, HA8, N10, N11, N12, N14, N2, N20, N3, NW11, NW2, NW3, NW4, NW7 and NW9 postcodes. Rentify uses proprietary methodology for data collection and processing. Borough data is collected from Rentify's property database and external public sources.
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