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In Manchester

Manchester is the fastest-growing city in the UK in terms of population and jobs, with the city on track to meet its ambition to be in the top flight of world-class cities by 2025.

— 37.9% growth in Manchester house prices 2015 – 2020 (House Price Index)

— 2.9% year-on-year rental price growth in the city (Hometrack Q4 2019 report)

— £62.8bn Gross Added Value (GVA) in the region (ONS 2016)

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The current average asking rents in Manchester are £1,170 per calendar month

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Property Investment In Manchester

From the birthplace of the industrial revolution to most successful city for attracting foreign direct investment outside of London and winner of ‘Best UK City for Business 2019’ (Management Today), Manchester is an important economic engine driving the UK’s growth and prosperity, with a gross added value (GVA) of circa £62.8 billion putting it at the heart of the Northern Powerhouse.

The regeneration that has taken place in Manchester over the years has led to it becoming a thriving city. It has proven its attributes to be seen as leading the way for the Northern Powerhouse. There are numerous developments and ongoing regeneration within the city, which has attracted jobs and increased rental demand. 

One major redevelopment project exemplifying this is MediaCityUK; a hotspot for businesses, housing and investment which is home to big names such as ITV, BBC and Kellogg’s.

As an experienced property investment company, Manchester has become one of our top choices in recent years with the city delivering a fantastic return for our clients.

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      Why invest here?

      Manchester is a world-class city offering a great place to live, work, and study. It is a great hub for business and has excellent transport and infrastructure. When we factor in the city’s affordable property prices & strong rental demand, it becomes a top spot for property investment. 

      Manchester has had excellent capital growth over recent years and displays the fundamentals for that to continue, with plenty of regeneration projects in the pipeline.

      Not to mention, the second phase of the HS2 is due to open circa 2035, which will cut the travel time to London from 127 minutes to 67 minutes. This will be a catalyst for the region’s growth, delivering new jobs, new homes and new opportunities. 

      All of these factors together means Manchester is top of the leaderboard as a superb buy-to-let location in the UK.

      Types of Property Investment in Manchester

      Popular Areas

      If you are unfamiliar with Manchester and you’re looking to purchase an apartment or house in the city, it is worth getting an idea of the different areas. We have highlighted the three main locations we consider the best for property investment in Manchester.


      Future Growth

      • 17.1% sales price growth forecast (next 5 years) – JLL 2020 report
      • 619,400 predicted population by 2036 –
      • 16.5% rental growth forecast (next 5 years) – JLL 2020 report

      Frequently Asked Questions

      Below you can find a range of common questions from previous investors. If you require specific details and advice please do not hesitate to contact us today on +44(0)203 627 3987 or via [email protected] 

      If you are looking for quicker capital growth in the short term then Manchester tops our list. JLL predicts a 17.1% increase in the next five years.

      According to Zoopla (June 2020), the average price paid for a property in Manchester is £199,433, which is still a reasonable price for such an in demand investment hotspot.

      According to House Price Index, they have increased 37.9% between 2015 – 2020.

      Depending on where you invest, even with the rising prices and demand, you can still get good yields Manchester. The M1 postcode can provide a yield of 5% and when you factor in capital growth alongside this, your potential return on investment starts to look very impressive indeed.

      The HS2 will be hitting Manchester and it will nearly half the current travel time to London, meaning it will take just 67 minutes to get to the capital. Plus, the redevelopment of Manchester Piccadilly Train Station and the surrounding area is expected to create 40,000 new jobs and 13,000 new homes, which represents one the largest development opportunities in the UK.

      Properties To Buy In Manchester