The UK is one of the world's leading destinations for property investors from around the globe, offering exciting opportunities to earn high returns across the residential buy-to-let, commercial, and student sectors.
House prices in the UK are forecast to rise by a cumulative 15% over the next five years, whilst rental values are predicted to see compound growth of 15.4% by 2023 according to Savills, with the North-South divide expected to widen as the regional markets continue to outperform the southern regions.
As a result, now is an excellent time to consider starting or expanding your portfolio with one of our excellent investment opportunities located in some of the UK's leading cities with thriving property markets.
The capital of England, London is the country's economic heart and one of its top property hotspots offering a vast array of city centre investment opportunities. In addition, London's thriving commuter belt features exciting destinations where property demand is rapidly growing.
As the crown jewel of the North of England, Manchester is an investment powerhouse. A global leader in technologies across a range of industries, Manchester is home to multiple world-renowned universities, and its transport infrastructure is benefitting from significant Government funding.
A world-renowned city, Liverpool is one of Europe's leading centres for culture. Offering some of the highest returns in the country, an affordable property market, and a growing population of students, Liverpool has been the prime target for investors and landlords for a long time.
At the centre of the Midlands Engine initiative, Birmingham has risen to become the economic and transport hub for the region. Its high proportion of young working professionals and a competitive housing market has made the UK's second city a popular focus for property investments.
From its prestige as the UK's Digital City to its maritime and automotive industrial heritage, Sunderland is rapidly becoming a hotspot for buy-to-let investments. The city has low residential property prices and a growing population, resulting in a thriving market driven by high demand.
Picked to be a key transport hub for the northern part of the HS2, Bradford is in a prime position to benefit from the Northern Powerhouse Rail project. Its economy - the 9th largest in England - is robust, with over 17,000 firms across a number of industries employing nearly 200,000 people.