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Property Investment

London’s next Hotspot 2020… Why I think Southall will be the place to invest

Video Transcription: I just want to tell you a story about what I think is the next hotspot. And the hotspot I think, in London in particular, is called Southall and the reason I think of that area is because as we’ve been tracking trends and we’re tracking things through the London marketplace, I think one […]

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Manchester Property Investment

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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Birmingham Property Investment

Birmingham – where big businesses and SMEs are driving property investment opportunity

Economic energy is energising property investment opportunity in Birmingham When investing in property, one factor that is fundamental to success is its local economy. Professional property investors know that the strength, depth and breadth of an area’s economy is a powerful determinant to the strength of its property market. More jobs attract more people into […]

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Property: Birmingham is the UK’s number 1 hotspot

Why global experts believe Birmingham is the UK’s top property hotspot The Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2017 report, produced by the Urban Land Institute and PwC, names Birmingham among Europe’s top hotspots for property investment, and number one in the UK. With so many great places to invest in the UK, this is a […]

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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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