We research 108 data points across 324 UK areas and rank their investment potential using our unique hotspot algorithm. We then publish our Property Investment Guides which you can download to help you on your way.
Since 2004, over 200 of the top national, regional and local developers and agents use Gladfish as their first point of call for new-build and off-plan property sales.
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"Canterbury offers property in a World Heritage Site for half of London prices. This city is hot on our radar at Gladfish and we want to tell you why.
Whichever way you look at it you’ve got to admit that Canterbury’s an attractive prospect. That’s why there’s such a big tourist economy here. £459 million a year is spent on hotels, bars, restaurants and local attractions and the closeness of France via improved Eurostar connections has only increased footfall.
Then there’s the student population. The three different universities here means a big demand for rental accommodation. With the students taking up the lower end of the market there’s a definite need to supply midrange ‘everyperson’ properties to professional workers."
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