Last week we hosted a UK Property investment seminar at our headquarters on Oxford Road, Manchester. The seminar focused on specific areas in the UK where investors can make the best possible returns on their property investments.
Focusing on Manchester, the UK’s number one buy-to-let hotspot, we demonstrated how an investment in Manchester can generate 46% ROI in just one year. For those who were unable to make it to our investment seminar, we recorded the seminar live, visit our Vimeo page to watch.
The key speakers at the seminar were Beech Holdings owner and award-winning UK property Investor Stephen Beech, as well as UK market expert and Beech Holdings’ Sales Director Elliot Vure.
Previously featured on the BBC, Property entrepreneur Stephen Beech was keen to share his extensive knowledge of the UK property market and help investors make sense of the ever-evolving property sector in the UK.
During the seminar, we showcased our much-anticipated residential development Ancoats Gardens. Ancoats Gardens is a High Yield Property Investment situated in Manchester’s most thriving neighbourhood, Ancoats. Currently undergoing rapid development, the Ancoats regeneration scheme is extending Manchester city centre’s northern frontier.
Home to independent bars, cafes and shops, Ancoats was recently awarded the accolade of 13th Coolest Neighbourhood in the World by Time Out Magazine. Ancoats is also home to Manchester’s only Michelin Star restaurant, Mana. Unsurprisingly, Ancoats is in exceptionally high demand from both tenants and buyers, who want to reside in Manchester’s most thriving area.
The £800m NOMA project, the largest development of its kind in the North West, is located just 4 minutes’ walk from Ancoats. The NOMA scheme occupies over 20 acres of space and when completed will be home to four million square feet of office space, housing, shopping and leisure facilities. NOMA has already created thousands of jobs, delivered hundreds of millions of pounds in wages and GVA annually, generating £380m towards the local economy.
Ancoats also benefits from its close proximity to Manchester Piccadilly Train Station, easily connecting residents to the rest of the UK, as well as facilitating transport to London in 2 hours.
Our Ancoats Gardens development is open for investment, if you would like to find out more about Ancoats Gardens, or if you have any questions about our seminar, get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.