Monthly Archives: March 2019

Economic and population growth is boosting returns in Manchester

Manchester is a dynamic city with bags of investment potential Our clients already knew what Manchester City Council recently confirmed: Manchester is one of Europe’s fastest-growing city economies. As we’ve been saying for a couple of years now, the city’s economic growth is the power behind the strong growth in jobs and increase in population […]

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For property investment, Manchester is hard to beat

Six reasons you will want to invest in Manchester Manchester is a highly desirable place to work, live and play. It is being developed at a faster pace than most cities in the UK and is attracting high numbers of businesses and young professionals. For those considering property investment, Manchester should be high on your […]

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5 Ways for making money from property in the UK

Profitable property investment strategies for all investors Making money from property is one of the most satisfying ways of investing. And there are many strategies that you could use to do so. In this article, we describe five of the most popular. 1.    Long-term buy-to-let property investment When you purchase buy-to-let property, you are investing […]

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Why property investment in the UK is so attractive

Where else could you achieve these huge benefits? Property investment in the UK is still attractive, despite the headwinds of higher stamp duties on investment properties, a tougher borrowing environment, and changes to the tax relief on buy-to-let mortgages and wear and tear costs. Here are a few of the major reasons to invest in […]

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Should You Invest In Other ‘Developing’ Countries

It ones down to this one rule… Unfortunately, most people break it because they apply the same outdated model as they use in their home country. Look, I love travelling but even I don’t buy is markets I don’t know.. and by know I mean know in detail as if I was a local. Video […]

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