Find the right property for you in Birmingham
Birmingham is a busy, world-class city that provides a mature, established investment prospect with the potential for excellent returns. It is a city that attracts interest from around the globe, both as a tourist destination and as a place to invest. Hosting the 2022 Commonwealth Games will further boost the city’s glowing reputation. In the past two decades, Birmingham has undergone significant regeneration work, creating a unique, striking city centre that pushes the boundaries of modern architecture. With a booming population and one of the most important business environments in the UK, Birmingham is an exciting prospect for buy to let property UK investors. See our snapshot infographic for the city’s key highlights.
Birmingham Outlook for 2020
No. 76 is a prime Birmingham residential development, offering 34 spacious, luxurious apartments in an outstanding B1 city centre location.
- Located on Birmingham’s Millionaire Row
- 300 meters from The Mailbox
- Turn key management program
- Low Deposit Requirement
No. 425 Hagley Road
No. 425 Hagley Road is an ideal opportunity for Professionals & Investors that want city-centre living with the countless benefits that Harborne provide.
- Construction Underway
- Just 15% Deposit
- 10% Below Market Comparable Values
- Voted The Coolest Place To Live In The UK 2019
Then & Now
An in-depth guide into the past, the present and the future of England’s most liveable city.
Market Report 2019
Ranked by the Globalization as a beta world city, making it the highest ranked British city outside of London.
Recent regeneration work has transformed huge swathes of Birmingham city centre, creating a world-class contemporary urban environment. Key developments include the modern Bull Ring shopping centre (2003), the Rotunda (2008), the 23-storey, mixed use Cube building (2010) and the £193 million Library of Birmingham (2013). In terms of areas, Digbeth and Birmingham Smithfield are undergoing extensive change.
A huge part of Birmingham’s regeneration work has focused on improvements to its transportation infrastructure. Birmingham Coach Station, New Street Station and Birmingham Airport have all been expanded and improved, while the arrival of HS2 in 2026 is driving a wave of regeneration activity and transport projects.
For those living, working and investing in Birmingham, it’s all about Digbeth. The city’s creative quarter, Digbeth is packed with entrepreneurs and creative types, who flock to its superb cafes and restaurants, as well as enjoying an extensive range of cultural pursuits. Property investment companies are also excited about Birmingham Smithfield right now, with the 10-year, 17-hecatre redevelopment offering a “once in a generation opportunity.”
A number of factors drive the potential for healthy yields in Birmingham. The rapidly expanding city centre population, growing private rented sector and lack of homes are three of the main drivers. Meanwhile, Birmingham’s thriving business sector and 65,000-strong body of students both serve to fuel demand for homes, impacting property investment company business across the city. Property investment UK opportunities don’t get much better when it comes to yields.
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