Liverpool Property Investment Opportunities

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Sovereign Point

From £169,000 | Liverpool
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Bastion Point

From £189,950 | Liverpool
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Why Invest in Liverpool?

Liverpool is one of the most affordable city locations in the UK and is within the North West region of England which has the strongest price growth forecast of any region over the next 5 years. 

Liverpool is currently undergoing a city-wide regeneration. Vast government and private investment are not only boosting the local economy but creating ample opportunities for domestic and foreign property investors.

Liverpool is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, with more museums and galleries than anywhere outside of London. 

The city’s rich artistic history, marine port and its two premier league football teams are the first affiliations people often make with the city, unaware of the major evolution and transformation the city has experienced over the last 100 years to become the economic, cultural and educational hub it is today.

Economy and education

Large companies such as The Very Group which includes online retailers very.co.uk and Littlewoods, have their head office in Liverpool, and the port remains to be incredibly important to shipping in the UK.

The talent pool in Liverpool is enticing to new employers moving to the area.

Due to the increasing numbers attracted to the city and those choosing to make it home once they’ve finished their studies locally, over 40% of Liverpool’s population is under 30 years old.

There are 6 universities within Liverpool and a total of around 70,000 students are in attendance each year.

A total of 12 universities are within the catchment of the Liverpool metropolitan region.

Infrastructure and regeneration

Not only is Liverpool ideally located for transport connections, but it is also of significance due to having one of the largest ports in the country.

Many companies strategically position a base of operations in the city to take advantage of the logistical infrastructure.

Both Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester Airport are within a 45-minute drive of the city centre.

Liverpool is incredibly well connected by all modes of transport; rail, road, air or sea.

Liverpool is currently undergoing large-scale regeneration.

The 5.5bn 60-hectare regeneration project, Liverpool Waters will include a new cruise ship terminal and there is a proposal for a waterfront stadium for Everton Football Club. Furthermore, this project is set to create around 17,000 new jobs.

Residential property in Liverpool

In terms of affordability, Liverpool is amongst the lowest price investment hotspots in the UK. This low entry point makes it an appealing addition to a diverse portfolio.

Many investors are considering a Liverpool property investment, the low entry price points, regeneration and development across the city together with strong rental yields and impressive forecasts for both capital appreciation and rental growth are very appealing to investors.

With low prices and a buoyant rental market, Liverpool presents the perfect investment landscape.

Rental yields are predicted to increase by as much as 17% across the UK by 2025 and property prices in the North West region of the UK are predicted to rise by as much as 28.8% over the next 5 years.