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One Baltic Square Liverpool Property

One Baltic Square

Five Landmark Apartment Buildings
  • Prices from £121,950
  • 7% NET Rental Return for 1 Year
  • 4% Interest on Deposited Funds
Parliament Square Liverpool Property Investment

Parliament Square

Market-Leading Accommodation
  • Prices from £94,950
  • 7% NET Rental Return for 1 Year
  • £190M Baltic Triangle Regeneration Area
City Point Liverpool Property Investment

City Point

Luxury Student Accommodation
  • Prices from £59,995
  • 8% NET Rental Return for 2 Years
  • £150 Million Project Jenifer
Sky Gardens Liverpool Property Investment

Sky Gardens

Luxurious City Retreat
  • Prices from £55,995
  • 7% Net Rental Return
  • 18 Minutes to Liverpool City Centre



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Property Investments in Liverpool

Liverpool is a world-class city full of history and culture, with more museums and galleries than anywhere outside of London. The city has now become one of the nation’s leading property investment markets. Buy to let properties in Liverpool are proving more and more popular with investors due to the winning combination of low property prices and consistently high rental yields.


In 2017, both Private Finance and ranked Liverpool number one in the UK for buy-to-let yields. In Totallymoney’s Top 25 Buy-to-Let Property Hotspots’ 2017 table, Liverpool’s postcodes dominated the top two spots, with L7 at number one – the proximity of this postcode to two of Liverpool’s four universities makes it ideal for student lets.

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In addition, Liverpool postcodes dominated beyond the top two spots, with 2008’s European Capital of Culture making up five of the top 25 postcodes. The three worst yielding postcodes were in London, proving why now more than ever investors are setting their sights up north and away from the traditionally profitable capital.


With a student population of 70,000, Liverpool’s popularity as a destination for those in higher education is matched by the opportunities it offers buy to let investors. University cities place strongly on the league table of buy to let hotspots. Students are reliable tenants and can give landlords the kind of stable rental income needed to realise a healthy return on their investment.


The population of young professionals and students is growing as the city attracts people from all over the world. In 2012 there were 57 million visitors to Liverpool, supporting over 50,000 jobs. Liverpool is now seen as a great place to stay and is ranked 5th for overseas visitors. Proportionally, the city has the highest number of overseas students.

Buy To Let Properties For Sale in Liverpool

Read on and explore our site to discover our very latest residential and student property investment opportunities. We have a range of luxury Liverpool property investments for sale. You can also browse our Manchester property investments for sale, along with our Liverpool buy to let investment properties.


Alternatively, contact RW Invest directly and we’ll be more than happy to provide you with full details.

Why Invest in Liverpool Property?

So, why invest in Liverpool property? With an ambitious range of urban regeneration initiatives providing a catalyst for change, Liverpool is playing a leading role in the Northern Powerhouse. Much loved as the birthplace of The Beatles, the city is a beacon of art and culture, with an eclectic range of theatres, an iconic waterfront and famous cathedrals attracting thousands of visitors each year.


In 2014, ‘Rough Guides’ voted Liverpool as the world’s third best city to visit. The city is also among the UK’s leading retail destinations and is home to the nation’s largest open air shopping centre, Liverpool ONE. Combine this with the indie culture coursing through Bold Street, the Baltic Triangle and the up and coming Fabric Quarter and you can see why Liverpool has become so popular with young professionals.

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Now, developments such as the £5.6 billion Liverpool Waters and the £400 million Liverpool2 port expansion are providing a huge boost to the local economy and are consequently creating a magnet for national and overseas investment. Figures published by the Office for National Statistics showed that Merseyside experienced an economic growth rate of 3.1% in 2016, faster than any similar major city region in the country.


Leading multinationals such as Deutsche Bank, Jaguar Land Rover and Unilever continue to invest in the wider Liverpool City Region, while the growth of new businesses is reported to be at an all-time high. Moreover, the city has already secured a significant number of regeneration projects including the £150 million Project Jennifer, £260 million Anfield Stadium Regeneration and the £1 billion Liverpool ONE Shopping Centre.

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This regeneration is set to grow even further over the next 10 to 20 years. At the heart of these plans is the £1 billion that has been invested into Knowledge Quarter Liverpool, an academic hub already home to some of the world’s most influential players in science, health, technology, culture and education, including the University of Liverpool, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and the new £335 million Royal Hospital.


The Knowledge Quarter continues to ensure Liverpool’s stock as a university city is rising all the time. The city’s purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) market is already delivering high returns for investors. The graduate population is additionally contributing to a fast expanding cluster of digital startups and creating an exciting new dynamic to the city’s economy.


With low entry prices and high yields, the buy to let Liverpool market is no exception to the phenomenal growth the city is experiencing. Liverpool has featured prominently in recent private rental sector (PRS) analysis, with Liverpool enjoying a resurgent 2017.

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We are one of the leading property investment companies in Liverpool. Please feel free to get in touch and discuss your investment plans. Whether you’re interested in residential investment property in Liverpool or student apartments in Liverpool, our experts will be more than happy to provide insight into the best buy to let areas in Liverpool as well as offer floor plans and detailed breakdowns for all our new builds in Liverpool.

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With an estimated investment value of £5.6 billion, Liverpool Waters represents a city centre and waterfront redevelopment on a scale not witnessed since the formation of the original docks over 200 years ago. This landmark mixed-use scheme along the banks of the river Mersey will comprise leisure, retail, residential and business facilities, and offer a diverse range of investment prospects.


In the heart of Liverpool city centre, Liverpool ONE is the city’s flagship retail, residential, and commercial complex. One of the North West’s major attractions, Liverpool ONE features stunning architecture spread across 42 acres of retail and entertainment space. The development opened in 2008 – the year Liverpool was crowned European Capital of Culture – and is the largest open-air shopping centre in the UK.


Liverpool 2 is a £400m deep-water shipping terminal that is transforming the Port of Liverpool into a global transport and logistics hub. Phase one of the expansion opened in November 2016, while Phase 2 is now underway. When Phase 2 is complete the port will have the capacity to simultaneously unload two 380-metre vessels, making it one of Europe’s most advanced container terminals.


The Knowledge Quarter Liverpool is the city’s academic hub and home to much of the UK’s leading R&D activity. The University of Liverpool, Royal Liverpool Hospital, Liverpool John Moores University, and the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine are among those thriving in an environment of collaboration.


Not simply a great place to live, but a great place to work, this is the promise of Paddington Village. With 1.8 million sq ft of science, technology, education and health space earmarked for the eastern gateway of the city, Paddington Village will become the heart of the Knowledge Quarter Liverpool.


In 1800 Liverpool surveyor John Foster Snr laid out plans for a new area of housing east of Rodney Street. Over the next 100 years, elegant rows of houses were built, mainly in the Georgian style, and populated by Liverpool’s wealthy elite. The streets were laid out in a distinctive grid structure and offer one of the finest examples of Georgian urban design anywhere in the UK.

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Bustling with art, music, and culture, Ropewalks is the pulse of Liverpool’s bohemian scene. At the heart of the action is Bold Street, where independent bars and restaurants serve up food and drink from all corners of the globe, while an array of vintage clothes stores set the trends.

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Centred on Old Hall Street, around 0.5km north west of the city centre, Liverpool’s Commercial District is where the business heavyweights are clustered, Maersk Line, and BT among them. Accessed via Moorfields train station the commercial district is minutes from Liverpool’s UNESCO-listed waterfront and the Albert Dock.


Liverpool’s northern suburbs offer a serene contrast to the frenetic pace of the city. With long stretches of coastline and world-class golf courses nearby, Crosby and Formby are popular with celebrities and sports personalities.


Liverpool city centre is served by four major train stations: Liverpool Lime Street is where national connections are made; Liverpool Central, with an entrance on Bold Street and Ranelagh Street is the departure point for the city centre; Moorfields serves the commercial district; James Street is best for Liverpool ONE. Manchester can be reached from Liverpool Lime Street in 49 minutes, while London is a little over two hours away.


Seven miles south-east of Liverpool city centre, Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) connects the region to over 60 destinations across the UK and Europe, including Berlin, Paris, and Madrid. The airport was established in 1993 and has been part of the Peel Group since 1997. It currently handles over 4.8 million passengers and is the 12th busiest airport in the UK.

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