2017 Manchester Property Report from Residential Estates

manchester guide 2017


Why is Manchester attracting the attention of UK and overseas investors? Where are the best locations to invest in Manchester and Greater Manchester? Find out in the latest guide to buy to let in Manchester from Residential Estates.

New residential developments are continuing to spring up around Manchester city centre as developer interest grows in a city that has been totally transformed in the past two decades.

This guide will show the best locations to invest in the city centre as well as Greater Manchester and advice on getting the best return on investment.
Manchester Property Prices

Can we expect property prices to continue rising in Manchester? Can we expect Manchester to continue seeing rents rise?

Competition for property in the city centre is growing in Manchester as developers continue to move in, yet time on the market for properties in the city is still among the lowest in the UK.

This suggests that supply and demand dynamics remain healthy and these are helping to underpin further growth in property prices in 2017.

This guide is aimed at anyone interested in finding out what the future prospects are for Manchester’s property market as well as some of the factors which could weigh heavy – including the UK’s exit from the EU and its impact on the local economy.

The Manchester property guide will provide a wealth of data to help guide investors on where to invest in property and the types of returns offered in particular districts within the city.

Michael Holliday, Investment Manager of Residential Estates comments, “This guide was produced with the investor in mind. It highlights the best areas to buy property in Manchester as well as areas that are probably best avoided.

There is currently a lot of hype surrounding Manchester, but it is still important to understand where investors can get the best value for money in the city centre and surrounding areas.

Property prices continue to rise in the city and this can hit yields. We recommend that anyone thinking of investing in the city should research the city first to make sure their investment stacks up.”

For more information, interviews or comments on the UK property investment market, please contact Brett Tudor press@residential-estates.co.uk visit www.re-investments.co.uk or call 01244 343355. The guide can be downloaded free here.