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Norwich: a goldmine for property investors

Did you know that Norwich came really close to becoming the UK’s capital city? For many centuries, Norwich was the largest and wealthiest city in the country. Although it currently doesn’t compare to London, its quality of life and cheap properties make it a goldmine for anyone seeking to invest. Norwich is found in the […]

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Portsmouth: the golden port city for UK property investors

Portsmouth is an interesting and unique city. It’s the only city in the UK that is technically considered an island city and is famous for being the home base of the Royal Navy as well as having some of the biggest ports in the UK. It is no surprise that the sea plays a major […]

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Why you should probably invest in Sheffield in 2020.

Introduction Sheffield is a historic city in South Yorkshire, part of the Core Cities Group. 61% of the city’s surface area is nature, as it is surrounded by mountains and rivers. A third of the entire city is situated in the Peak District National Park! Sheffield is also considered a historic and cultural city as […]

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Why you should keep an eye on Glasgow’s property market

One could argue that Glasgow is the second capital city of Scotland. While Edinburgh is seen as the cultural and historic capital, Glasgow is its newer, bigger and above all, cheaper counterpart. Glasgow is bigger in terms of economy and population and therefore has a large, diverse property market. This article will offer some insights […]

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Still possible to get strong buy to let rental yields – and here’s where…

New research has produced a series of league tables to identify where in Britain the best rental yields can be found. The study, by peer-to-peer funder Sourced Capital, has revealed that buy to let rental yields on average have remained largely flat, up just 0.1 per cent year on year. But this masks significant regional variations. […]