For Investment Purposes Only; No Help to Buy Scheme Available
No.1 Hatton Garden is a former office building that is soon to be transformed into luxury city centre residential apartments.
Perfect for young professionals and couples, each apartment will radiate a homely feel without compromising on space or style.
The apartments will comprise of studio, one and two bedrooms and come with the opportunity to purchase on-site car parking spaces.
The apartments are designed to a high standard complete with fully fitted kitchens, hydro massage baths, halogen lighting throughout.
• Liverpool L3 Postcode • Construction has Already Started • 10% Below Market Value • Air BnB Permitted • Up to 10% Projected Net Rental Returns • Hands off Investment
Fastest Growing Asset Class in Europe's Hospitality Industry
Serviced accommodation is one of the fastest growing sectors within the hospitality industry. Demand is driven by the desire for a home from home experience in a more spacious environment, similar to the successful Airbnb model.
The investment potential for savvy investors in this sector is undeniable. The returns generated from a serviced apartment let on a short-term basis far outweigh those of a traditional buy-to-let purchase in the same location. Earnings average between 15%-20%, based on 60% occupancy levels and investors are expected to double their returns in comparison to a standard traditional long term let.
Liverpool’s economy is one of the fastest growing economies in the UK with an annual growth rate of 15%. This is due to several factors one of which is a booming property market in both the residential al and leisure sectors along with a thriving tourism economy.
University cities place strongly on the league table of buy-to-let hot spots. Students are reliable tenants and can give landlords the kind of stable rental income needed to realise a healthy return on their investment. The key element throughout most of the top postcodes is that property prices remain relatively affordable for the UK, but demand to live there is reasonably high - something which a strong student population strengthens.
With a student population of 70,000, Liverpool's popularity as a destination for those in higher education is matched by the opportunities it offers buy-to-let investors. Liverpool postcodes dominate the yield table once again, taking the top three spots.
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