An investment of £100,000 into an average regional property in early 2000 was worth over £270,000 twenty years later according to Nationwide Building Society. At the same time, it would have provided a valuable rental income.
Property may or may not provide similar returns in the future, but it remains one of the most reliable ways for a personal investor to generate additional income and capital gains and to provide a stable base for an investment portfolio or a retirement plan.
≡ 1 and 2 bedroom
≡ From £218,500
≡ Studios, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
≡ From £137,586
≡ Studios, 1 and 2 bedroom
≡ From £118,495
≡ 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
≡ From £294,000
≡ From £210,000
≡ Studios and 1 bedroom
≡ From £140,000
We help clients to choose from a carefully compiled selection of properties. Our overriding objective is to help to meet their investment goals, ambitions and personal preferences.
We offer oversight over the full process, ensuring that every stage is completed in a timely and effective manner, keeping our clients informed each step of the way.
All transactions take place directly between our client and the developer, through both parties' solicitors, and result in an entry in the UK Land Registry in our client's name.
Property prices fell back again in January according to figures published today by Nationwide. That is now five months in a row, a rarity in the UK property market.
According to a newly published report by Hamptons Research the gain made by property owners surged to a new record level when they sell.
Like the Jewellery Quarter and Digbeth before it, this previously forgotten corner of Birmingham city centre is suddenly where developers want to be.