Manchester: Defining the next 20 years of UK property investment

Britain's rental market is on the brink of change ─ and it’s the north-west city that holds the greatest opportunity for property investors. There’s one city currently on the lips of UK property investors more than any other. Manchester is already firmly established as the most popular investment location in Britain right now. It’s home to the highest average yields and a population that’s grown by three times the national average over the last 10 years. But the level of investment that’s already been made barely scratches the surface of what Manchester needs. The city has one of the lowest levels of housing supply anywhere in the country, despite the huge growth in the number of people that now call Manchester home. One demographic in particular has felt the pinch more than any other. Manchester’s population already has a high density of young people, and it’s estimated that 89% of...
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Head to Manchester for the UK's new £50bn property asset?

  Britain's rental market is on the brink of change ─ and it’s the north-west city that holds the greatest opportunity for property investors. There’s one city currently on the lips of UK property investors more than any other. Manchester is already firmly established as the most popular investment location in Britain right now. It’s home to the highest average yields and a population that’s grown by three times the national average over the last 10 years. But the level of investment that’s already been made barely scratches the surface of what Manchester needs. The city has one of the lowest levels of housing supply anywhere in the country, despite the huge growth in the number of people that now call Manchester home. One demographic in particular has felt the pinch more than any other. Manchester’s population already has a high density of young people, and it’s estimated that 89% of...
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Are More UK Investors Going to Buy Property Abroad?

  There are currently a number of reasons to suspect that the UK's property investors may be about to increase their interest in overseas markets. Not least of these is the continuous roll-out, over the next few years, of tax changes designed to target investors in the UK market. The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) expects that by 2017, the number of UK homes purchased as buy-to-let investments will be down by more than 20% compared to 2015. However, most of the investors who are no longer buying UK properties will likely be looking for alternatives rather than giving up on new investments altogether. Continuing to invest in buy-to-let but doing so in overseas markets that are sheltered from the UK's current anti-lettings climate could prove an attractive solution. In particular, many markets in Europe are just at the start of recovery from recession. For investors, this means the chance to...
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Tory peer slates his party's attack on buy to let investors

[caption id="attachment_14268" align="alignleft" width="190"] Lord Flight Lord Flight, the Tory peer has urged his party to re-think their 'sudden attack' on buy to let investors. He warned it could trigger a sharp drop in house prices and destabilise the market, which could potentially lead to a crash. Lord Flight, a former Conservative Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury is the first prominent politician to openly criticise the government's surprise attack on private investors. Many private landlords have pledged to fight the tax changes through a judicial review. Unfortunately, George Osborne has gained Royal Assent for a new tax on landlords and property investors from 2017. You can read the full article in The Telegraph here.  If you haven't already, you can still sign the petition against these tax changes. As of today, there are 50,094 signatures. We need to get it to 100,000, then it will be considered for debate. The link...
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6 UK Property Hotspots For 2016

To be successful in the property market it always helps to be ahead of the curve whenever possible. Buying property in the right place at the right time can be the difference between success and failure as a property investor, so knowing where’s hot and where’s not can increase your returns significantly. So, with this in mind, what can we expect from 2016? Where is the smart money going to go as we move into the second half of the decade? We take a look at some of the places that we think will lead the way in the New Year: Glasgow While many will still be concentrating on London and the southeast, those who look a little further afield may find a few hidden gems during their search. Glasgow is already performing well, with 3 of the top 10 postcodes for rental yields in the UK. However, despite being...
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Unpaid policy puppets?

Stephen Moss is founder of Pring.co.uk, the UK’s biggest investment property portal. Here he talks about Government plans to introduce penalties of up to five years in prison for landlords that let properties to illegal immigrants … The residential property sector makes a valuable contribution to the nations economic life. We absorb the knocks of fluctuating interest rates, new-build shortfalls, banking collapses, economic downturns and population shifts with barely a murmur. We pay our taxes, keep our heads down, work hard and hopefully make a fair return for our efforts at the end of the day. At no point in the broad description, did anyone make any reference to being an unpaid police force or a defined and unrewarded arm of the civil service, existing for the purpose of implementing government policy. Suddenly, panic stricken by the swelling migrant crisis and stranded by the conflicting forces of public opinion and...
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Emergency Budget Losers

LANDLORDS were given a nasty shock in Chancellor George Osbornes emergency budget earlier this month. In his first budget given as a Conservative rather than coalition chancellor, Osborne surprised property investors by scrapping mortgage interest tax relief at the higher levels. Buy-to-let owners were told they are to be stripped of the right to claim the tax relief at the 45 and 40 per cent tax bands. Kicking in from 2020, the change could have a significant impact on owners of multiple properties or those relying on rental income to pay outgoings. The surprise move caught landlords off guard in a budget aimed at encouraging home ownership rather than renting. Bank of England Base Rate With the Bank of England base rate still at its historic low of 0.5 per cent, the impact is likely to be minimal in the immediate future as returns on other financial investments are also...
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The Most Desirable Business Property Locations in London Today

As a global powerhouse for business there are constantly fantastic opportunities to invest in London property. As the market is forever changing and trends come and go, the best times to invest in certain areas can soon pass by. An office in London’s central business district in the City will forever be the goal for most companies aiming for the top. Purchasing or renting property in this area requires a massive initial cost though, and there are other just as desirable London areas for business property. Shoreditch The hip end of London, Shoreditch has seen a boom in an eclectic mix of businesses. From environmental, independent start-ups to serious tech companies, a lot of the area’s success is down to the latter. Known as Tech City or Silicon Roundabout, the area stretches from around Old Street as far out as Stratford. The centre-point is in Shoreditch and has seen investment...
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Buy-to-let investment yields rise 4.7% in 12 months

Rental yields generated by new UK property investments have increased by 4.7% over the past 12 months. Although the rates are impressive, these new figures revealed much regional variation. The source report also highlighted the importance on investing in a property that has a good record of being popular in the letting market; due to this the proportion of properties purchased with an existing tenant reach its highest in a decade. A well known Research Analyst explained this is creating a growing secondary market in which landlords and property investors are buying and selling assets to each other. This research shows the value of making a student property investment rather than a traditional buy-to-let purchase. Purpose-built student accommodation has higher average occupancy rates than the standard private rented sector, as the market is dangerously under-supplied.   For a no obligation chat about mortgages click here
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New Manchester Development Seeks Buy-to-Let Investment

In the busy urban market of Manchester, demand for rented properties is high and this has made it a popular destination for domestic and international buy-to-let investors. Now Grove House, a new development of modern apartments in a prime residential area, is seeking property investors and aims to soak up some of the citys excess demand. Grove House is an existing building, but with a commercial rather than residential past. Nonetheless, it is located on an excellent site in a popular residential area – Old Trafford – making it a prime choice for residential use. Now, with the help of funds from buy-to-let investors pre-purchasing apartments, it is set to undergo a conversion, and be transformed from the commercial complex that currently stands to a modern, high-quality apartment complex. The finished development will contain a mixture of one- and two-bedroom properties aimed at young professionals and small families. Investors are...
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The "Next BiG Thing" (property investors take note!)

I was on the phone earlier this week with Daniel Wagner (we met through one of the big London property conference’s a year ago) Im so excited by what hes told me: Daniels been teaching a group of VIPs at the UK’s biggest property training company how to build a deposit (as in £15k - £20k’s worth of cash) by posting product listings on Amazon for small, everyday items that make £10 - £20 profit PER SALE... I know that sounds STUPIDLY simple but he’s got no problem backing up the claim with proof. Daniel forwarded me this iPhone screenshot message from just one of the property investors he’s recently taught: Isn’t that crazy?? Quick, regular lumps of cash by posting listings on Amazon. It’s working so well because the marketplace on Amazon is VAST and no-one else in the UK knows how this works - No, nothing to do...
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4 Ways Storage Can Help Property Investors in 2015

  Having money tied up in property for too long can lead to cash flow problems and missed opportunities when new properties come on the market. Buying below market value often means the property needs some work, but savvy investors know this needn’t also mean lots more expense. Having an eye for what needs doing in order to make a tired property attractive again is what sets the professional investor apart from the enthusiastic amateur. Think ‘Storage’ Before ‘Extension’ If the renovation budget is small, there’s no point buying a property that needs a new roof and an extension. A new kitchen, however, with improved storage and modern appliances, will easily pay for itself and more when the property is sold. Storage to think about in a kitchen can include space saving cupboard fittings and current design trends such as open shelving. Kitchen design is a speciality in its own right,...
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Whats the BEST way to learn...?

Naturally, the best way to learn anything is by your own experience. Reading books, being taught in a classroom, in fact theory of any kind can only teach us so much. It is not until you get involved in something that you can figure out whether you know enough about it, are good at it, or even enjoy it! This applies to any subject, however in this context, I am talking about property, of course!

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Why Invest in Central Europe?

For many UK based property investors, buying abroad means two things rather than one. The location of the property is half of the reason many of us choose to invest overseas. The second, of course, is the expected return for the investment. In many cases, the decision to invest is made when the two elements combine. Put another way, many British investors opt for a second home in the sun which provides a bolt-hole and a growth opportunity
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Buying property in Turkey

Some investors want to start off with buying properties close to home and some like to buy internationally. This all depends on the investor’s strategy and personal requirements. They may have a personal interest in having a holiday home abroad and of course making money at the same time is a good bonus.
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The Dos and Donts of Applying for an Extension

Many property investors purchase properties with the expressed intention of doing them up to sell on. A big part of the ‘fixer-upper’ process is determining whether or not it’s possible – and affordable – to increase the size of the home. This can be achieved in one of two ways; by adding an extension, or by converting existing space such as a loft.
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Multiple Streams of Property Income Event

Click here for full information  The Event at A Glance by Rob Moore I want You to be one of the inner circle of savvy UK Property Investors to receive the benefit of a training event that myself, my business partner Mark Homer, and our 30+ strong team have been building up towards for the last five years! It’s the ONLY event of its kind in the UK where multiple streams of property income are revealed in a full-on 3 day networking & training intensive. When you join us you’ll experience: The 6 Property Income Streams taught in detail (DP, LOIC, SHMO, PBI, PTI, SL) How to Make Many of the Income Streams, Both Passive & Hands-off How to Create both Long-Term Sustainable Wealth & Super-Fast Income (in 1 Month or Less) Easy Systems & Models for Leveraging & Outsourcing Most of the Work yet Earn Virtually all of the...
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Simon Zutshis Property Mastermind Programme

You can achieve more in just one year than most property investors achieve in a decade, with the Property Mastermind Programme! Click here for more information First launched in April 2007 the Property Mastermind Programme has become the UK’s leading community of ethical property investors, making money through property, whilst helping people to solve their property related problems. It is a comprehensive 12-month programme, designed to help you become a professional property investor with the initial goal of you accumulating an extra £1,000,000 of property and gaining a £50,000 income. This is not to be confused with some get rich quick scheme. You will need to invest some time and effort to achieve this goal and following our tried, tested and proven step by step strategies, it is very possible for you to achieve, and even smash this goal as many investors just like you have already done. Why learn...
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Dont disregard the dull and boring

    There are many opportunities available to property investors and it is often the "dull and boring" deals that offer strong and reliable returns.     The video below explores properties that Platinum Portfolio Builder (PPB) encourages investors to consider; those which offer heavy discounts and double-digit yields.  It is not glamorous properties in hot sunny climes that PPB recommends but those much closer to home in the UK residential market.    The main points discussed in this video are:     The opportunities which offer the strongest returns   The importance of yields and discounts   Dull and boring versus glamorous and exciting   Problems that can arise from overseas property   Unique opportunities PPB have available             If you would like expert advice on property investment and further information on how it could be your route to financial security, then contact PPB via...
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Webinar - How to make £5K per month part time from property!

If you are serious about generating some good cash in the next few months then make this a priority and join Simon on this NO COST webinar on Monday 3rd February at 9pm
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