On the market for £80,000 is a perfect investment opportunity for somebody searching for a low maintenance investment. Located in the modernised ‘Victoria Mill’ this one bedroom apartment requires very little work before coming to the market. Victoria Mill is a very popular development and you could expect to let the apartment swiftly for between £495pcm and £525pcm, after the service charge & ground rent has been paid you would receive a yield of between 7.05% and 6.6%.
Marketed by Edward Mellor for a guide price of £95,000 is this three bed semi on Fovant Crescent, the property is to be sold at auction on the 13th March 2018. Given the price & lack of internal photo’s i would imagine the property is need of some renovation works. The property is situated on a really popular road within Reddish and comes with a large rear garden. Once renovated properties similar to this one let between £675pcm – £725pcm depending on the final finish. I suspect this property will receive interest from both investors & people searching for a family home.
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How to claim your discount card?
If you have been a client of ours within the last 6 months (whether you have bought, sold, rented or let a property through us) then that makes you entitled to claim your free discount card which entitles you to offers from local businesses. If you are a current client of ours you are also eligible to claim a key from our Reddish branch – just pop in to pick one up.
A hands on and creative session to create and decorate your very own clay animal sculpture.
Arc will guide you through creating your pottery pet which you will decorate with coloured slip (liquid clay) and then carefully dry, fire and glaze your creations ready to be collected after approximately 4 weeks.
Limited early bird offers available on selected workshops.
With savers continuing to receive poor returns from banks and building societies, thousands of people unsurprisingly continue to turn to residential property as a means of supplementing their income, supported by record-low mortgage borrowing rates, solid demand from tenants and stable yields, as buy-to-let consolidates itself as the investment of choice.
Property types are a handy measure of the shape of the market in a local area. For example, areas with lots of flats tend to be urban in character because there is huge pressure on land. A large number of detached homes means that the area is suburban and not very densely populated.
We’ve included this chart to show the relative number of flats and houses selling in the last 11 months in our area. Due to the profile of the housing stock in the area, there’s nothing too surprising here, but it’s interesting to see how the different types of properties contribute to total sales levels.
We know we live in a great area, and because most people agree, demand has driven up house prices. But how do prices in our area stack up in terms of property types? This chart looks at the comparison over the last eight years.