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Why Buy to Let Property in Manchester?

Are you looking for property investments in Manchester? The city's prominence dates back to its status as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution in the early 19th century. Then, many factors came together to propel Manchester to become the pre-eminent city of its time. Here in the early 21st century, there are many parallels that can be made in the city’s transition during the industrial revolution to the world’s leading industrial metropolis and now to a leading 21st century economy.

Manchester is a city with many impressive statistics to its name. It was the world’s first industrialised city, home to the first public library and birthplace of the world’s first computer. It has the world’s oldest railway station and the oldest professional football league. It is also where scientists first split the atom and has been home to more than 25 Nobel Prize winners. We offer some of the very best property investments in Manchester.

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Why Buy to Let Property in Liverpool?

Liverpool found its fame in the early 18th century when the world’s first commercial wet dock was constructed. Not only is Liverpool famed for its huge contribution to the abolitionist movement, it’s predominantly known for maritime trade across the globe. By the late 19th century, Albert Dock was one of the most advanced docks anywhere in the world and as a result, Liverpool’s waterfront is now a designated World Heritage Site.

19th century engineering in Liverpool had a significant impact on the expansion of the city’s population, thanks to the introduction of the world’s first passenger and overhead railways. Now, with a consistently increasing population of over 893,000, Liverpool continues to show signs of exponential growth and promise. Liverpool has many impressive statistics to its name, and boasts more museums, Grade II listed buildings and galleries than anywhere outside London.

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Why Leeds?

Leeds was developed as a simple market town in the Middle Ages as part of the local agricultural economy. Before the Industrial Revolution, it became a coordination centre for the manufacture of woollen cloth, however afterwards, it was transformed into a major city of industry which was commonly known as ‘the city that made everything’. Now, with a growing population of over 780,000, Leeds continues to make a positive contribution to the economy through industry, education and innovation.

Leeds is highly regarded as a forward-thinking city, and with the introduction of the country’s first urban motorway and the first ever commercial railway, in addition to ground-breaking scientific developments in DNA structure in the 20th century, it’s no secret as to why. Leeds continue to grow and develop for economic and environmental prosperity thanks to its 3.5 million square feet of retail floor space and its proud ranking of sixth place in the list of Britain’s ‘greenest’ cities.

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Why Buy to Let Property in Birmingham?

Birmingham is the most populous city in the UK after London and its continuing development is nothing short of predominant when considering the progressive impact it has on the economy. Highly regarded as state education pioneers in the late 19th century, the city has focused on making a positive contribution to society through its people. Now, in the 21st century with a growing population of over 1,000,000, Birmingham has rapidly become a central hub of industry, education and economic prosperity.

Birmingham is a well-known city around the globe for a multitude of reasons; including being the home to Cadburys since the early 19th century and boasting Europe’s largest motorway junction. Firsts for the city include introducing the world’s first exhibition hall in 1850 and Europe’s largest public library, alongside housing the production of the world’s first Mini Cooper and the invention of cotton wool, pneumatic tyres and the inaugural Spinning Jenney.

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