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As one of the largest metropolitan areas in the country, Greater Manchester is expected to remain one of the best locations for property investment in Europe for years to come. The region comprises 10 boroughs, including the popular cities of Manchester and Salford which remain firm favourites amongst investors and tenants.
Manchester is amongst the best performing cities in Europe and is without doubt rising up the ranks in terms of economic growth and employment prospects. There is substantial progression across a range of industries which include the media and creative sector and financial and business services.
Greater Manchester’s incredibly rich culture attracts tenants and investors, as it has been named the best UK city to live in the Economist’s Global Liveability Index 2018. Read our Greater Manchester Property Guide to find out how to embrace the buy-to-let market, understand a little bit more about the city’s culture, which hotspot areas to invest in and what opportunities lies ahead.
Manchester property prices are predicted to grow 22.8% over the next five years (JLL, 2018)
Greater Manchester has more 25-29 year olds living in the region than anywhere else in the UK (Office for National Statistics, 2017)
The average house price in Manchester is £167,800, compared to £483,500 in London (Hometrack, 2018)
Greater Manchester consists of 10 boroughs, and is a prime investment destination
The region boasts excellent levels of economic growth, employment and infrastructure
Manchester has been crowned the best UK city to live in the Economist’s Global Liveability Index 2018
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