A PROPERTY INVESTMENT FOR LONG-TERM PORTFOLIO GROWTH
HS2 Terminal within short walk from development
Part of a £5 billion regeneration project with the construction of over 50,000 new homes
£750 million to be spent on infrastructure and amenities
New Metro Line being built on the door step of the development
5 Minutes walk from The Bull Ring Shopping Centre and New Street Train Station
City population forecasted to grow by over 15% in the next 5 years
Over the last decade the developer has successfully completed, furnished and tenanted 20 apartment complexes, thousands of apartments, and are currently building many more. They are also a preferred developer for Birmingham city Council.
They guarantee discounted property prices and along with their unique payment plans requiring less than £5,000 for a deposit this makes for a very affordable and profitable investment.
They offer a first class mortgage advice service if required and a rental assurance program taking away the stress from managing a property portfolio and assuring high monthly yields.
All of this teamed with an outstanding client aftercare program is why, so far, 57% of their clients reinvest within two years.
"Birmingham’s B16 area saw the fastest house price growth over the last year, with a rise of 17 per cent. New data from Barclay’s Mortgages new Postcode Property Index revealed that the B16 area saw property prices rise to an average of £171,121 over the past 12 months. In contrast, London saw prices decline by 2 per cent."
"Population projections from the ONS suggest Birmingham will see organic population growth of 3.6% between 2015 and 2020, equating to 40,000 new residents over the next 5 years. Birmingham is forecast to see a growth in households of 18,500."
"Birmingham is the most rapidly improving city in the country in which to live and work, according to a report, as Britain’s second city benefits from falling unemployment and a wave of regeneration projects."
"As the UK’s second city, Birmingham has much to offer Wider Birmingham is the 8th most populous area in Europe, and as a city is only second behind London in the number of jobs it provides. This puts it above other UK cities such as Leeds, Glasgow and Manchester as a major centre of employment. Over the last 20 years there has been significant investment into redevelopment and regeneration in Birmingham city centre and as such, it is now an increasingly vibrant place to live as well as work, with a strong employment industry and retail opportunities."