Real Estate Investing
In the heart of the
Secure an apartment in Liverpool from just £25,800
Guaranteed returns between 6-8% for the 1st 2 years
Liverpool occupying 3 of the top 10 UK buy-to-let hotspots (Totally Money)
In the 2nd largest regional economy in the UK
Home to over 250,000 business & 70,000 students worldwide
£8 billion UK government backed investment into the Liverpool city centre
23% capital growth projected over the next 5 years (JLL)
Real Estate Investing
Property For Sale In Liverpool
- Secure an apartment in Liverpool from just £25,800
- Fully managed buy-to-let apartments from £66,450
- Guaranteed returns between 6-8% for the 1st 2 years
- 3 of the top 10 UK buy-to-let hotspots (Totally Money)
- In the 2nd largest regional economy in the UK
- Home to over 250,000 business & 70,000 students
- £8 billion UK government backed investment into the city
- 23% capital growth projected over the next 5 years (JLL)
Liverpool City Centre expansion creates new
Peel’s Liverpool Waters Project – 2.3km waterfront transformation
Proposed plans for new Everton Football Stadium
Pall Mall regeneration – 400,000sq ft of office, retail and leisure space.
Proposed Isle of Man Ferry terminal
Liverpool2 Shipping Container Terminal
Proposed Cruise Liner Terminal
Economic Growth In Liverpool
Liverpool has seen hundreds of millions of pounds poured into the city in recent years. The mixture of national government, local authority and private investment has revamped the city centre with areas such as the docklands unrecognisable today. There are many reasons why Liverpool is proving to be an extremely popular destination for property investment with buy to let investors showing great interest.
The Liverpool economy is now worth more than 2.3 times its value back in 1998 with an average annual growth rate of 4.8% for the 18 year period between 1998 and 2016. Liverpool is now a vibrant mix of old and new businesses and one of the leading regions for start-ups in the UK. Unemployment is now at record lows, economic growth is currently outshining the so-called “Northern powerhouses” of Manchester, Birmingham and Newcastle with prospects very different to those of 20 years ago.
House Price Growth & Increasing Demand For Rental Property
Hundreds of millions of pounds of investment has poured into new developments and regeneration of previously rundown areas of the city. The business community is booming, demand for private rental properties is at an all-time high and many experts believe this trend will continue for years to come.
In the 12 months to February 2018 the average house price in Liverpool increased by 7.8% to reach £115,700. In the corresponding three month period growth came in at 2.4% which is extremely encouraging when compared to the UK property market as a whole. As the Liverpool economy continues to grow, regeneration and investment continues to flow towards the city centre and the docklands.
Liverpool – European Capital of
Liverpool was the 1st English city to be awarded the European Capital of Culture in 2008. This award is given every calendar year to a city to recognise its historical and cultural importance across Europe. Media coverage of Liverpool’s cultural attractions doubled during this time and generated £753.8m for the economy.
Liverpool has the largest collection of Grade II-listed buildings outside London. The city has 2,500 listed buildings and 250 public monuments and more museums and galleries than anywhere outside London
Liverpool’s waterfront is a designated World Heritage Site. That put’s it on par with the Taj Mahal and the Great Wall of China! The accolade was granted by UNESCO in July 2004. This has helped the city become the 5th most popular destination for international visitors in the UK with 1.5 million tourists visiting the waterfront in 2016.