Manchester

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Capital Growth

Savills’ forecasts that, by 2024, property in North West England will have enjoyed among the highest levels of price growth in the UK with an expected growth of 27.3%. London has one of the slowest rates of property growth in the UK. Naturally, global investors looking for high yields and returns from their UK investment are turning to Manchester, instead.

Construction

55,000 New properties needed by 2027. It’s a city with one of the most in-demand – and undersupplied – property markets in the UK. Manchester city center needs 2,500 new residential homes each year just to meet current demand. Over the last 10 years, just 1,150 new properties have been delivered each year.

Connectivity

Manchester is the UK’s third busiest airport, carrying close to 30 million passengers per year, with 54 airlines flying direct to over 200 destinations worldwide.

Education

Thriving student population 99,000 students across 4 major universities, with a 69% graduation retention rate, the highest for any university in the country.

Population Growth

The city’s population is rising at 15 times the rate new homes are currently being built at. In just 19 years the population of the city center has grown by 57,000 (2001-2020). Over 100,000 people will be living in the city in 5 years’ time.

Economy

Manchester’s economy grows at a faster rate than the UK as a whole — And is larger than the economies of both Wales and Northern Ireland. 16,300 new jobs to be created by 2021, the fastest growth in the UK.

Why You Should Invest in Manchester Property

Naturally, global investors looking for high yields and returns from their UK investment are turning to Manchester.

Savills’ forecasts that, by 2024, property in North West England will have enjoyed among the highest levels of price growth in the UK, with an expected growth of 27.3% along with rents estimated to increase consistently by 3.5% per annum.

This significant growth wouldn’t be possible without the influx of professionals seeking convenient rental accommodation in Manchester city centre. In fact, Generation Y (those born in the 80s and 90s) makes up 89% of the city’s population growth, which constitutes the exceedingly high demand.

Manchester’s population is rising at 15 times the rate new homes are currently being built at creating a huge demand for quality, city centre accommodation.

The result is one of the UK’s most undersupplied property markets – creating a significant opportunity for investors like you.