Why Buy in the UK

Manchester is the most liveable city in the UK

Source: Altrincham Today

As one of the largest metropolitan areas in the country, Greater Manchester is expected to remain one of the best locations for property investment in the UK and Europe in the years to come.

With the London market experiencing a prolonged slowdown, international investors are looking to take advantage of the competitive property market and invest in property in Greater Manchester. The region comprises 10 boroughs, including the popular cities of Manchester and Salford which remain firm favourites amongst investors and tenants.

The UK, and Manchester in particular, remains a great option whether you are interested in buying a property for your own personal use or for investment purposes. The country has built a reputation to be a highly dynamic and vibrant country. Real estate investment in Manchester and the UK continues to thrive, in addition to its global reputation in education remaining strong. The country has an increasing number of young professionals choosing to remain in the country, plus the UK is among the best performing countries worldwide.

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  • Amongst all European countries, the UK enjoys the second highest amount of investment in real estate.
  • According to Price Water Coopers (PwC), the forecast for the UK property market, totals to €64 billion, between Q4 of 2016 and Q3 of 2017.
(Source: PwC)
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  • High occupancy rate throughout the lettings market in the UK and high rental returns of up to 5% for Landlords
(Source: urbanbubble lettings & management)
  • In the past 12 months, UK property prices have had a steady growth i.e. Manchester experience a 7.7% growth
(Source: Home Track)
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  • The UK has a strong global reputation in education with globally recognised universities. Both local and international Graduates are proven to be among the most desirable, with many continuing to live in the UK for work.
  • Many young professionals in the UK are beginning to move outside of London.
  • The UK property investment market in large cities such as Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, are continually on the rise with large student populations.
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  • The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) measured well-being amongst developed countries. The 25 varying factors accounted for include housing, income, jobs, community, education, environment, civic engagement and health.
  • UK excelled among developed countries – high environmental quality, social engagement, personal security, and a chance for engagement with civic society.
  • Work life and wealth: The UK is in the top 20% of performers.
  • Overall UK was among the best performing countries, joined by the Nordic European countries, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. Countries including The United States, Ireland, Germany, France and Japan were overall ranked lower.
(Source: OECD)