Houses in Bromsgrove can vary in price depending on area and size of the property, not to mention the interior and strength of the market, so it is good to get some expert advice whether you are looking to let out your apartment or rent one. Applicants who come through us will be shown what level of rent they can afford to look up to and what sort of properties they can get for their money based on their needs.
Types of houses
Bromsgrove and Catshill do offer apartments, but what they have most is a variety of houses, usually with 2-4 bedrooms, off road parking for at least one car and a shop within walking distance. There are a couple of areas where tenants can expect to find the larger, terraced ex-council properties, often coveted by larger families, such as Sidemoor and Charford. But there are also some very charming older streets in Bromsgrove, with characterful properties near the train station or within walking distance to the local Asda, often popular with young couples or professional individuals who prefer a quiet haven to themselves.
Houses in Bromsgrove are often sought after by applicants with a cat or a dog, but pet owners will need to check with us that the landlord is happy to accept their cuddly family member, even if that spacious garden looks just perfect for them! Generally, it is wise to expect a slightly higher deposit, and for the landlord to want the floors deep cleaned upon their departure in case the following tenant is allergic to animal hair.
We find that the properties we advertise in Bromsgrove and Catshill area quickly get a lot of attention in any market because of the popularity of the town for its schools, parks and refurbished pedestrianised high street. Many of our tenants commute into Birmingham, making good use of the town’s links to the M5 and M42, and local train station (which is currently undergoing expansion). In general, most individuals who work in the area find Bromsgrove to be a pleasant mixture of playground and parks, affordable eateries, convenient amenities and friendly faces, so they choose a property in Bromsgrove to make their home. We cannot help but feel a little biased, as many of our staff members have done the same!