This is a sponsored article on behalf of L&Q.
Want to get onto the property ladder, but can't afford to just yet? London Living Rent (LLR) may have the answer.
Designed for people currently renting — who want to get onto the property ladder — LLR allows you to rent a home at a discounted rate, often up to 50% less than you'd expect to pay for a similar property on the open market.
That means saving towards purchasing a home is far more achievable. What's more, by renting an L&Q home through LLR, you can go on to purchase the property you already call home.
What kind of homes can I afford?
L&Q offers an enviable collection of LLR homes across the capital: in Nine Elms (an area which just got its own Northern line station) you'll find Lexington Buildings' brand-new one, two, and three-bedroom apartments.
Chobham Manor is situated near Stratford's Olympic Park, offering live sporting events, restaurants and retail — along with tranquil waterways for a lazy Sunday stroll.
Maybe you'd prefer to live at the exciting new Thames-side development in east London, Barking Riverside — where the Overground will extend to from autumn 2022.
Or you could live in one of the brand new one and two bedroom apartments at Wheatstone House, in historic Chiswick.
From Hayes to Croydon, the list goes on, and is ever-expanding too. Visit the L&Q website to discover a selection of LLR homes in London.
Please note: while you can express an interest in multiple developments, you may only apply for one scheme at a time.