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    Prices: £316,725

    Yield: 5.8%

    Completion Date: Completed

    Lease Length: 250 Years

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      Attracting more people moving from London than any other city, Birmingham is also at the centre of one of the largest Business, Professional & Financial Services clusters in Europe. Home to HSBC’s new UK banking HQ, Birmingham also boasts large regional offices for such high profile names as Deutsche Bank, Wesleyan, Lloyds, Gowlings and PwC.

      Key Investment Points

      • Historical price growth – One of the best performing cities in the UK with 8.2% price growth between Dec 17 – Dec 19 compared with London at 1.4% and 31% growth over the 5 year period from 2013-2018, outperforming the nationwide UK market
      • Prices grew by 5.5% between Jan-Sep 2019, outperforming the UK average of 3.5%
      • Capital growth potential – Property prices in Birmingham are amongst the fastest growing in the country with new build apartments especially in demand, further growth of 18% is predicted by 2024
      • New build units are 60% cheaper than in London
      • Rental growth – Rents are forecast to increase by 19.7% within the next 3 years driven by demand from young professionals and a growing population


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