HSBC’s annual survey found that Manchester was Britain’s buy-to-let hotspot (This is Money 3.06.15) with average buy-to-let yields of 7.98%.
Rental properties make up more than a quarter of Manchester’s housing stock and the largest proportion in Britain. Annual rents have risen 7% in the 12 months up to July 2016 in Salford according to Rightmove. Read More
Enviably situated in a vibrantly rejuvenated area of Salford dubbed The Crescent, Local Crescent is just a short walk from Manchester city centre. Its superb location offers tenants unrivalled views across the River Irwell and the acres of surrounding parkland.
Recent years have seen an impressive number of residential, commercial and office developments spring up within the vicinity of The Crescent has been carefully calibrated to complement the local area's aesthetic heritage.
Salford has undergone a dramatic rebirth in recent years. With its 20,000-strong student population, Salford University continues to go from strength-to-strength, while the 200-acre MediaCityUK development - now home, of course, to the BBC - has proved to be a real game-changer, boosting both the local economy and Salford's profile, nationally and internationally.