LOW INTEREST RATES
The Bank of England base rate currently sits at 0.75%.
Property has seen a continuing rise in value over the last 5-10 years.
Utilise debt to finance the acquisition of an asset.
Increase the returns from multiple property investments.
A tangible asset is proven to be a strong, secure investment.
Ample opportunities to increase value of your investment property.
WHY INVEST IN
With UK interest rates as low as 0.75%, there are more competitive buy-to-let lenders in the market than ever before. Property in itself has definitely seen a significant rise over the last 10 years, with Northern cities – such as Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle and Liverpool – experiencing the largest property price increases across the last decade.
With the option to gear your portfolio to invest in multiple properties, and by utilising debt to finance the acquisition of an asset, there has never been a better time to invest in property in the UK. Not only does investing in UK property ensure that your investment takes the form of a tangible asset (as opposed to investing in stocks and shares the likes) but with the option to add value to your asset, opting to invest in a UK property can generate significant rental yields and returns and ultimately, give you security in the form of additional income and equity.
PROPERTY INVESTMENTS WITH GREAT PROSPECTS
The Bank of England base rate currently sits at 0.75%, there are more competitive buy-to-let lenders in the market than ever and at a time when investors are being forced to look at ways to achieve a higher rate of return than the rate of inflation – presently the 2% mark – so that their funds are not depleting in value daily.
Having a physical asset that is proven to be a strong investment when compared to stocks and shares, energy investments and the many other forms of investment available.
With property there is the ability to refurbish it, re-design the layout, potentially add an extension or other feature that can increase it’s value, it’s returns or it’s appeal if you want to sell and exit. This is not something you can do with many other asset classes.
Property has definitely seen a rise in value over the last 5-10 years which these Northern Cities making big headlines with the following percentage increases since 2013: Birmingham (36.8%), Manchester (33.6%), Newcastle (27.7%) & Liverpool (23.5%).
Leverage enables property investors who are investing less money or who are looking at their first purchase to generate a greater return on investment (ROI) than via other investment options.
The ability to ‘gear’ your portfolio and segment your investment into multiple properties using buy-to-let mortgages would, in turn, increase your number of assets and over time, generate a much larger return of equity.