Harlow is a new town and local government district in Essex, England. It is located in the west of the county and on the border with Hertfordshire, on the Stort Valley.
Harlow benefits from superb transport communications. It is 10 miles from the busy London Stansted Airport and London Liverpool Street is less 30 Mins by train.
Harlow contains six secondary schools, most of which now have specialist status including; Mark Hall Specialist Sports College, St Mark's Catholic School, Burnt Mill School and Stewards Academy. Memorial University of Newfoundland also has a small international campus located in Old Harlow.
In our view the property investment yield available compares favourably with any comparable location. Add in the possibility of exceptional relative capital growth and Harlow and it's surrounding areas might be considered to offer amongst the most attactive property investment opportunities in the UK.
Research by Experian, commissioned by the BBC, has shown that Harlow had the biggest business growth rates between July 2010 and February 2012 and it is still continuing due to its infrastructure.
Surrounding areas of Hoddesdon, Broxbourne, Roydon, Epping, Ongar and Sawbridgeworth provide opportunity to benefit from a combination of rural surroundings, local community and excellent transport links.