Category Archives for "North West Investment"

Salford Property Investment

Salford Property Investment Guide

A city of economic growth and investment opportunity 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 […]

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Runcorn Property Investment

Runcorn Property Investment Guide

A major distribution hub in the north-west, with a growing population Runcorn is an industrial town and cargo port on the southern bank of the River Mersey where the estuary narrows to form Runcorn Gap. During the first half of the 20th century the industry of the town continued to be dominated by the historical […]

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Salford Property Investment

Salford – A City of economic growth and investment opportunity

  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.

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Trafford Property Investment

Property Investment Guide Trafford

Property Investment Guide – Trafford has above national average incomes The Metropolitan Borough of Trafford is a prosperous area. It is the only borough in Greater Manchester (apart from Manchester itself) to be above the national average for weekly income, and is on average the highest in the county. Trafford’s economy is excellent, it has a […]

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Cheshire West and Chester Property Investment

Cheshire West and Chester Property Investment Guide

Solid buy-to-let returns in affluent Chester, the jewel of Cheshire Cheshire West and Chester is located adjacent to north Wales and the Rivers Dee and Mersey. It is home to the largest canal boat collection in the world, and of course the Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet, which is the largest outlet village in the UK. […]

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Manchester Property Investment

Manchester Property Investment Guide

Huge Government investment in one of the UK’s highest yield cities The Government has big plans for Manchester and the North of England. In 2014 the Government committed £476.7 million to boost economic growth in Manchester and now they’re adding £56.6 million more. That gives a total pot of £533.3 million funding to boost growth, develop […]

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Liverpool Property Investment Guide

One of the strongest economies in the UK Liverpool, Merseyside, is one of the strongest local economies in the UK, worth an estimated £156.8bn.  In December 2016, statistics from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed the Merseyside economy grew by 3.1% in 2015, faster than any other major city in the area, and outperforming both […]

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Bolton Property Investment Guide

An affluent and industrious town with great investment potential There’s a wealth of investment taking place in the Greater Manchester region right now and Bolton is growing as a result. Nearby Manchester Airport handles around 22 million passengers each year and is one of the largest employers in the north-west. With some 19,000 people directly […]

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Tameside Property Investment

Property Investment Guide – Tameside

A Manchester commuter zone with top business links Being part of the economic powerhouse that is Manchester, Tameside’s excellent location together with its superb transport connections makes it an ideal base for all businesses. Almost half of the top 500 businesses in the north-west are based in the Greater Manchester region, along with many FTSE […]

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Manchester Property Investment

Property investors see investments grow in booming Manchester

Manchester, the second capital of the UK ­Manchester is referred to as the UK’s second capital thanks to its booming economy, and the city is an attractive alternative for young professionals priced out of London. In fact, Manchester has become so attractive, 54,000 people moved here since 2009, and it’s estimated another 96,000 will live in Manchester by 2024.

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