Bow Felicity J Lord

At Felicity J Lord estate agents in Bow we pride ourselves on the customer service we provide and strive to ensure that whether you buy or sell a home, we help you to move onto the next step.  Knowing our local community so well gives us the expert knowledge of why people love to live in and around Bow.  

Throngs of students now inhabit the area due to Queen Mary, University of London being nearby, but it's also home to families and a few born-and-bred Cockneys, some of whom might even remember the Blitz and the first V-1 flying bomb to drop on London, which ravaged the area during World War II. Deep in the East End, many visitors choose not to visit this rough-and-ready part of town, preferring the City sheen of attractions and hotels further west, but that's to miss out on a few gems.

Properties north of Bow Road tend to be most popular with a diverse mix of period and modern properties. One bedroom properties prove to be highest demand amongst buy-to-let investors and first time buyers, while period houses and conversions are a big hit with families looking for something a bit more long term.

Our Bow office covers Bow, Bethnal Green and Stratford which includes the postcodes of E1, E2, E3 and northern E14.

We can also help with mortgages, conveyancing and surveys. You can call us seven days a week between 8am and 10pm.

Felicity J Lord introduce to Just Mortgages which is a trading name of Just Mortgages Direct Limited which is an appointed representative of Openwork Ltd who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. 

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Bow Felicity J Lord snags award at the 2017 Spicerhaart Annual Conference. Bow Felicity J Lord is in fine spirits after taking home an award at the 2017 Spicerhaart Annual Conference.

As rents steadily rise, Felicity J Lord helps tenants access rental homes. Figures revealed by the HomeLet Rental Index earlier this month show that average rents across the UK were up 1.2% in February, when compared to the same month last year.