Brent House
High Road, Wembleynew home
London living rent
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Wembley Stadium Train Station  0.4MILEStonebridge Park Train Station   0.4MILEWembley Central Train Station   0.7MILE Close to Wembley Stadium. With all the amenities of Wembl...

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from £160.615 (week) / £696 (month)
Overview

Zinnia Apartments at Brent House are being offered as part of the Notting Hill Genesis London Living Rent scheme. 

We are offering one, two and three bedroom properties situated on 8 floors

The layouts are all light and bright, with open-plan kitchen/dining and living area and all have access to an open balcony. 

The kitchen has fully integrated appliances including dishwashers and fridge freezers

There is no resident parking on the development

No pets are allowed. 

Rent

All rents are inclusive of service charge. 

1 bed £696

2 bed £773

3 bed £850

As part of the tenancy conditions, you will be expected to save an agreed amount each month. This will be monitored throughout the tenancy.  

Successful applicants will be offered a 3 year tenancy.

Notting Hill Genesis will prioritise all 2 and 3-bed properties for households with children.

Property allocation as follows 

Keyworkers living or working in Brent 

Ministry of Defence employees 

Those living or working in Brent 

Those currently living in social housing (that would be vacated upon a move to these properties)

Any other applicant 

London Living Rent Scheme at Notting Hill Genesis

London Living Rent should not be considered cheap rent, the scheme allows you to save money towards a deposit for the purchase of a home.

As an illustration of savings,

If you were to purchase a 25% share of a 2bed property, your monthly costs might be 

Rent £500 Service Charge £200  Mortgage £500

Total monthly cost £1200

If you were to pay a monthly London Living Rent of £700 ideally, you should save £500 a month towards a deposit. Total monthly cost £1200

To be eligible for a London Living Rent home, you must:

be renting a social or private property in London have a maximum household income of £60,000 be unable to currently buy a home (including through shared ownership) in your local area.

NHG suitability means applicants should be earning £35000 or above (without going over maximum household income as above) and have no CCJ's (current or settled),  bankruptcy orders, rent arrears or defaulted payments.

As part of the application process, you will be asked to provide supporting documentation, references from your employer and landlord as well as undergo a financial assessment. 

Register your interest for further information about the application process or available properties

FAQs
Shared ownership is a government-backed scheme, designed to make stepping onto the property ladder more affordable. You buy a portion of a home normally with a mortgage and a deposit, and pay a low-cost rent on the rest.
Read more on the Shared Ownership FAQ
Help to Buy is an equity loan scheme to help you buy a new home. If you have a 5% deposit and can cover 75% of the value of the home with a mortgage (or 55% in London), the Government will lend you up to the remaining 20% (40% in London) in the form of an equity loan.
You can read more on the Help to Buy FAQ
The rules for shared ownership are different to a private purchase. In short, as long as you don’t currently own, or won’t own another property when you move in to a new home, you’re likely to qualify.
Read more about eligibility in the FAQ
Some properties require you to live or work in the local area in order to be eligible to buy them. By knowing the areas in which you live and work, we can make sure you see everything available to you
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