Southern England, often nicknamed 'The South', refers to the southern counties of England and is an economically prosperous region. The South is home to many internationally recognised cities such as London, Brighton, and Oxford.
Apartments in the South are sought-after by investors from all over the world. This is evident in our recent projects in London commuters’ belt and investment opportunities in Reading and Basingstoke proved to be extremely popular and sold out within several days after the release.
The 3 regions that make up The South are: London, the South East and the South West. Combined, they have a total area of 62,042 square kilometres (23,955 sq mi), and a population of 28 million.
While we currently don’t have any developments in the South, you can find similar popular properties in other sought-after areas like Manchester or Sunderland. We also suggest all investors should register with us to receive the UK Invest Alerts to be the first to find about any new developments.
The South West had an overall average house price of £255,207 in 2017 which compared to the South West average of £324,530 and London with an average £188,978.
Average rent prices per calendar month, the South West was at £818 in 2017 whereas the average rental price in the South East was at £1,043 and again, London had the highest rental price at £1,640 a month.