Early-bird Nottingham off-plan most popular development to date

by Jason Howard - Property Investor Partnership

15:11 PM, 19th February 2019
About 3 months ago

Early-bird Nottingham off-plan most popular development to date

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Early-bird Nottingham off-plan most popular development to date

We are delighted to bring Property118 readers this early-bird, off plan investment opportunity, ideally positioned close to the city centre of Nottingham.This article was recently published and over the weekend became our most popular development to date for Property118 readers. If you might be interested please contact us soon and we will be happy to help.

The Sherwood Square development is made up of luxury one and two-bed apartments and we have managed to secure our clients the best units for the fantastic price of £104,995, with yields of up to 6.6%. The price even includes a parking space.

According to figures from the Land Registry, property prices have increased in Nottingham by more than 10% in the last year. The biggest annual rise in a decade!

Nottingham hits the top slot as UK’s best buy-to-let investment city! Well, it is joint first but it is still good news for investors. It joins its rival Liverpool at the top of the list of best performing investment locations, with an average 6.2% yield, once mortgage cost are taken into account.

The build is currently anticipated to complete approximately Quarter 1 2021, however this could be subject to change as the build progresses.

Adam Kingswood, the director at lettings firm Kingswood Residential in Nottingham, said: “Because of the shortage of property and more tenants moving to the area – those being drawn to our two excellent universities, hospitals and big employers like Boots, E.ON and Experian – rents are being driven up. There are not enough houses compared to tenants.”

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