WolverhamptonNamed after Lady Wulfrun, who founded the town in 985 A.D, Wolverhampton has grown from a market town specialising in the wool trade, through major industrialisation and expansion in the nineteenth century, into the vibrant multicultural city of today.

We offer a wide range of properties across Wolverhampton to suit most people, including houses, bedsits, flats, studios and apartments (both converted, and purpose built) in many locations across the city. We are often able to offer a choice of furnished and unfurnished accommodation and with a selection of both established properties and new build estates and apartment complexes, we are normally able to source a property to suit most requirements.

Depending on size and location, accommodation to let can range anything from £250pcm to £2500pcm. Click the button below to view our properties to let, current availability and details.

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Wolverhampton is one of the major retail centres in the West Midlands region, with an annual turnover of £384 million. A good example of recent investment in the region is the new Jaguar I54 development, alongside the M54 to the north of the city, which has positively affected property prices in the surrounding suburbs of Pendeford, Fordhouses, and Oxley, and brought many jobs into the city.

Transport links are excellent, with the motorway network being accessible via the M6, M5 & M54, and there is a mainline rail station, and a direct tram link to Birmingham city centre, and boasts many local attractions and sport facilities including the famous Wolverhampton Wanderers Molineux football ground.

University_of_WolverhamptonWolverhampton is the second largest city in the West Midlands, and outside of London with a population of just under 250,000 is the twelfth largest in England. Generally speaking, Wolverhampton property to let offers significantly better value than its larger neighbour Birmingham, and offers excellent link roads and public transport to all neighbouring towns and cities.

Wolverhampton has its own university which is situated right in the city centre. This is a major attraction not just for students,  but also for property investors and landlords alike. Additionally, there are major employers in the city which helps provide a ready source of tenants, and we have listed some of these below.

The largest single employer within the city is Wolverhampton City Council. which has over 12,000 staff. Other large employers within the city include:

Marstons

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The foundations of the company were laid in 1890 when 3 midland breweries came together to form Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries including Banks & Co who had been brewing at Park Brewery Wolverhampton since 1847. Running pubs and brewing beer for over 180 years, Marstons employ 13,000 people across their company, and with Marstons Head Office in its recently refurbished and modernised headquarters in Wolverhampton’s, it is one of the city’s most established and biggest employers

Jaguar Land Rover

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In 2014 Jaguar Land Rover opened a £500 million Engine Assembly Plant at the i54 business park, Wolverhampton. Unveiled by Her Majesty, the plant produces 2.0-litre 4-cylinder Ingenium diesel and petrol engines. Having already been expanded once before, in 2015 it was announced that the factory would be doubling in size to 200,000 sq m (2,152,782 sq ft), costing $450 million. This expansion would see the workforce double from 700 to 1,400.


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