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Channel 4 invests in Leeds: should investors do the same?

Another confidence booster for property investors in the Northern Powerhouse

Channel 4 has chosen Leeds as the location for its national headquarters, beating strong competition from as many as 30 other UK cities. The move promises to bring more than 300 new jobs to Leeds and support up to 3,000 production jobs in the region.

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Why savvy property investors are buying in Leeds

A booming economy, high population growth and much more spells huge potential

Leeds is attracting the money of clued-up property investors, and for good reasons. Leeds is the UK’s second-largest employment centre outside London, with another 25,000 new jobs forecast to be added to the local market over the next 10 years. This will build further on the 6.1% growth in private sector jobs between 2007 and 2017 (Leeds.gov.uk), with the highest jobs growth expected in:

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Could this overlooked UK city produce turbo-charged profits?

It’s time to ignore the experts who got it so wrong and invest in London

Hey, I want to let you into a secret. There’s a city in the UK that looks ripe for property investors to plunder. Yet it has been largely overlooked, and average house prices there have stagnated over the last 12 months. What makes me confident about the potential to profit from long-term property investment in this ‘forgotten’ city? Here are just a few of the reasons:

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Should You Buy Property In Suburbs Or Cities

Should you buy property in Suburbs or Cities?


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Clapham Property Investment Blog

Clapham Property Investment Guide

A symbol of urban gentrification

In the early 20th century Clapham was considered an ordinary, working-class commuter suburb. ‘The man on the Clapham omnibus’ was once a synonym for the common man on the street. By 1980 Clapham had become something of a poster child for urban gentrification and continues to see significant growth in its upper classes as its reputation as a more affordable alternative to central London has grown. Many buyers in recent years have been from prime central London locations such as Kensington and Chelsea looking for better value per sq ft on property.

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