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Birmingham has been recently be confirmed as the UK’s Buy to Let property Hotspot outside London after a surge in activity. The city has leapt to second spot for Buy to Let purchases according to Council of Mortgage Lenders data.
The high speed rail network and the £750 million redevelopment of Birmingham New Street Station is driving demand to Britain’s second largest city. There are more than 65,000 students across 5 universities, making Birmingham an exciting student property market.
This new development that has recently been granted dual usage, enabling both students and non-students to take residence.
• Located in Birmingham
• 8% Net Rental Income
• Assured for 5 years
• Dual Use Studios
• Minutes to Birmingham University
• Onsite Management Office
• Prices from £74,900
Outstanding features distinguishing Grand Square from other student properties are:
• Queen Size Beds
• Heated Indoor Pool
• Gym and Games Room
• Library and Media Centre
Students have become discerning buyers and aside from the high speed internet and large high quality studios these additional features have successfully added to the appeal.
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