Build to Rent (BtR), or the Private Rental Sector (PRS) as it is also known, is the latest buzzword in property investment.
As the name suggests, BtR properties are purpose-built for renting. Typically they feature a si[...]
Boasting the highest rental yields in the country for 2018 and the largest business centre in the East Midlands, Nottingham buy to let represents a prime property investment opportunity for smart investors.
From its hilltop position in the heart of the UK, Nottingham has always been an important city [...]
Which UK cities delivered the highest property price growth in 2018? Where can the best rental yields be found? How did the average property price of the Northern Powerhouse cities compare to London and the rest of the UK? To answer these questions and more, we’ve gathered reliable statistics from around the web to create the infographic below.
2018 has been a strong year for UK property investment, particularly in towns and cities situated the Northern Powerhouse. As we look ahead to 2019, our forecasts indicate that there is plenty of potential within property investment across the UK, driven by significant infrastructure investments. Despite concerns over Brexit, private investors, both locally and internationally, continue to display a healthy appetite.
Top European Investment Location In a survey conducted by Knight Frank last month, the UK came[...]
Powerful by name and powerful by nature, the Northern Powerhouse is a major economic growth project focusing on the North of England. Encompassing the core cities of Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Sheffield, Birmingham, Hull and Newcastle, this initiative unites cities, towns and rural communities under one key objective – to become a powerhouse for the UK economy and fully realise the potential of the northern regions.
The initiative was launched in 2015 by George Osbourne, the UK’s then Chancellor of the Exchequ[...]
Boasting a rich industrial heritage, billions in investment and a central UK location in West Yorkshire, Leeds is one of the most attractive cities in the UK for buy-to-let property investment.
It was the textiles industry - woollen cloth in particular - that propelled Leeds onto the wor[...]
Birmingham is a city in transformation. It is the largest in the UK after London, and it was named as the most improved city in the country due to strong job growth and raft of regeneration.
In the 1960s, average wages in Birmingham were higher than in London. It was at the heart of UK[...]
Since being awarded the title of European Capital of Culture in 2008, Liverpool has thrived as a consistently desirable location with great opportunities for savvy property investors.
For generations, Liverpool was one of the world's greatest port cities. In its prime, 40% of al[...]
Idyllically situated on the edge of the Peak District in South Yorkshire, Sheffield has evolved from a powerhouse of the steel industry in the 19th century to a leading manufacturing and engineering hub in the 21st.
Sheffield earned its nickname ‘Steel City’ as one of the world’s foremost steel manufacturers, [...]
Manchester is the UK’s capital of the North: a modern, vibrant city with a hugely diverse population and culture.
The city has gone from a powerhouse of the industrial revolution through its cotton industry in[...]