North West Property has been where we’ve focussed a lot of our investment recently. High income has been proven, strong capital growth is forecast
The UK Property Market has consistently seen growth, great for some, but it requires constant innovation to keep everyone on the ladder in some way.
This guide will help you to decide which towns around the Greater Manchester area are worth looking at for your property investment venture.
Are you looking for your first, or next, property investment? Investing in property in a different area to where you are based can have its benefits. We explore the reasons why.
Newcastle offers fantastic buy-to-let property investment opportunities. Other than high rental yields and good rental demand, this northern city is a very popular place to live.
Before investing in buy-to-let property, there are several things to consider, from insurance and checking finances, through to choosing your location and landlord responsibilities.
This article gives a brief insight into potential areas for property investment in the North West of the UK. Here we look at Bolton, Crosby and Aintree.
We look at three different areas around Manchester for you to consider for property investment: Middleton, Salford and Trafford. Where will you choose?
With high rental returns, low interest rates and the opportunity for capital growth in the UK right now, property investment is an increasingly popular place to put your money.
UK tax and stamp duty changes have resulted in some private landlords finding other ways to invest. But the private rental market remains strong and there are opportunities to be had.
As Liverpool continues to grow economically, property values are expected to increase. If you choose your HMO property carefully and maintain it well, returns should be favourable.
Manchester has everything to offer when it comes to student property investment. This vibrant city attracts students and young professionals, bringing with them rental demand.
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