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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

The Liverpool buy to let market has received a lot of attention over recent years. A dynamic city full of rich culture and history, Liverpool has one of the most thriving UK economies. Back in 2017, Liverpool topped the score tables as the number one property hot spot. With a winning combination of low property prices and high rental yields, it’s easy to see why. Today, the city continues to outrank many other UK areas, and Liverpool postcodes boast some of the best rental yields in the country.


Investors from across the globe are making use of Liverpool rental returns. From 2017 to 2018, there was a 160% year on year increase in Chinese buyer enquiries into Liverpool property. Liverpool’s economy has grown faster than other similar sized British cities. Between 1998 and 2016, the economy increased by a factor of 2.1. Thanks to events like the 2008 European Capital of Culture and the Liverpool Giants, Liverpool has come a long way since the difficulty of the 1990s. Liverpool is now a major UK tourist spot, with an excellent restaurant scene, great shopping and nightlife, and endless cultural attractions. With such affordable Liverpool property prices, many people now recognise the appeal of living in the city. The average house price in Liverpool is just £130,677, while more expensive areas like London have an average of £484,173.


Whether you’re seeking education or want to work in Liverpool, this city has everything you need. With four major universities, the student scene in Liverpool is booming. Both the affordability of the city and the buzzing start-up scene mean Liverpool is the perfect place for budding entrepreneurs. From regeneration plans to opportunities for business and investment, this city is equally perfect for people looking for property to let in Liverpool or those who want to invest in property in Liverpool.

What are the best buy to let areas in Liverpool?


The best buy to let areas in Liverpool are L7, L6, L1, L8, L3 and L5. The success of these postcodes is down to the high average rental yields, growing demand, and capital growth potential. L7 has an average rental yield of 11.79%, while L6 boasts average yields of 11.52% and L1 follows behind at 9.36%. The postcode L8, home to the up and coming Baltic Triangle, has average rental yields of 5.8% and welcomes demand from young professional tenants. The L3 postcode has average rental yields of 7.3% and the L5 postcode offers average yields of 9.2%, providing plenty of great options for Liverpool buy to let investments.

There are lots to do and see in the best buy to let areas Liverpool offers. The L8 and L1 postcodes span throughout the Baltic Triangle area of the city. With a range of great restaurants and bars, the Baltic Triangle was named one of the coolest UK neighbourhoods back in 2017. With the Baltic being just a short walk from the main attractions of the city centre, Liverpool’s young tenants will enjoy living in this creative and trendy hotspot. As one of the leading property investment companies Liverpool has to offer, we pride ourselves on bringing you great new developments in the best buy to let postcodes in Liverpool. Our One Baltic Square property, based in the heart of the Baltic Triangle, is available to buy from £121,950 with guaranteed net rental returns of 7% for one year.

Liverpool’s L3 postcode is another one to watch for 2019 and beyond. This postcode houses the Fabric District, a Liverpool area undergoing some major renovations through the Knowledge Quarter’s regeneration project. Known for its history as the centre of Liverpool’s rag trade, the Fabric District is quickly becoming one of the city’s hippest new areas. Plans exist to revitalise the neighbourhood, making it more welcoming to the city’s residents, new businesses, and investors.

Another of the best buy to let postcodes in Liverpool, L5 boasts average yields of around 9.2%. This area will see regeneration under the £150 million scheme, Project Jennifer. Project Jennifer is set to update the area significantly. This will bring a new supermarket, homes, public spaces and shops to Great Homer Street.


Why is Liverpool becoming the buy to let property hotspot in 2019?


Liverpool is becoming the buy to let hotspot for 2019 thanks to the fact that the city boasts impressive rental yields, a strong level of demand, affordable property prices and potential for capital growth. Research from Hometrack in 2018 revealed that Liverpool is the fastest growing city in the UK, with annual price growth of 7.5%. So how much are house prices rising in Liverpool? The average Liverpool house price has risen by almost 21,000 in five years. In 2019 and beyond, Liverpool property prices are predicted to grow even further. This vibrant city already boasts the fastest growing city centre population. The number of people living in Liverpool city centre has doubled in the last decade. Throughout 2019, demand for rental properties in Liverpool is expected to rise, with the city’s thriving knowledge and business sectors attracting a growing number of talented young people.

Liverpool is one of the UK’s youngest cities. Around 42% of the Liverpool population is below the age of 30. Just one look at the range of cultural, educational, business and leisure offerings in Liverpool, and it isn’t hard to see why so many young professionals are choosing to live and work in this city. Liverpool is home to some big business names like Unilever, Jaguar Land Rover, Shop Direct and many more. The independent business and start-up scene is also thriving in Liverpool, providing a career option for everyone. Liverpool property market 2019 predictions suggest that Liverpool’s rental demand will remain high while the city thrives.


Liverpool property market forecast predictions suggest a focus on the northern city throughout 2019. Property experts Hometrack predicted growth of up to 5% in Liverpool. In comparison, cities in the south of England such as Bristol, Bournemouth, and London will face a declining market. Investors entering the Liverpool property scene in 2019 are joining at an exciting time. In 2019, investors can take advantage of affordable Liverpool property prices, high Liverpool rental returns, and the strong potential for added value.

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Why should I Invest in the Liverpool buy to let market?

Property investors should invest in the Liverpool buy to let market to take advantage of high rental yields, increasing demand, and strong capital growth potential. In recent years, more and more investors are choosing to invest in Liverpool property thanks to the opportunities on offer. Rental yields for the city reach around 5.05% on average, while Liverpool house prices have grown rapidly and are expected to continue rising. Predicted growth of 21.6% in the north-west region is expected over the next five years.


Liverpool property investment is an attractive venture for those hoping to appeal to a range of different tenants. Students and young professionals make up a large portion of people seeking quality rental properties in Liverpool. With a student population of over 70,000, students in Liverpool provide a reliable stream of demand for property. Liverpool’s buzzing business scene, lively nightlife and endless attractions have also made the city popular with young professionals.


Liverpool’s city centre population is quickly growing, meaning higher numbers of young people. Research at the end of 2017 found that three-quarters of the people living in the city centre were aged between 17 to 29.

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The amount of property to let Liverpool offers is causing an imbalance between the levels of supply and demand. High demand for rental properties has allowed the cost of rental properties to go up. This, in turn, has led to rental price growth of 2.65%. In other cities like London, rental costs have decreased by 1.12%. Paired with high property prices, the decreasing rental costs and low demand in London are causing the capital’s low yields of 3.05% on average.


With properties in Liverpool being more affordable than in other UK cities, Liverpool property investment is a no-brainer for those keen to utilise smaller budgets. Our Liverpool properties at RW Invest offer competitive prices that you would struggle to find elsewhere. Better yet, all of which come with impressive rental yields as high as 7 and 8%. Those investing in Liverpool buy to let properties could buy multiple properties for the same price as they would purchase just one property in London, but with a higher return on investment.

Most of the best buy to let postcodes in Liverpool city centre and nearby are sure to benefit from the many regeneration projects planned. Regeneration plans include Liverpool Waters, the new city centre neighbourhood that will transform the Liverpool waterfront. Other projects include the regeneration of Liverpool Lime Street station, and plans to renovate Anfield and its surrounding areas. The Office For National Statistics revealed that Merseyside saw a 3.1% economic growth rate in 2016 — faster than any other major city region in the country. Regeneration plans will only drive this economic growth further and improve the city’s reputation as a magnet for both national and overseas investment.


Which Liverpool property investment type is right for me?


There are lots of options when selecting the best Liverpool property type to invest in. With students and young professionals driving the highest level of tenant demand, both these property types are a popular choice for Liverpool investments. The type of property that’s right for you could depend on your budget. The opportunities for student property investment Liverpool offers are often low priced compared to residential, while still offering great rental yields. Student property investments make a good option for first-time investors who are beginning to build their property portfolio. Whereas, investors who want to expand their portfolio are likely to benefit from residential property investments in Liverpool. The majority of our investment opportunities here at RW Invest are residential, all with competitive prices and high yields.

More and more young people are starting to move up north from London in recent years, with cities like Liverpool offering great business prospects and affordability. Young people are struggling to buy homes of their own, meaning there’s a high demand for rental properties. Those interested in residential Liverpool property investment will find that properties based in city centre locations will receive the highest level of interest. Young professionals like to be close to their workplace and the city’s main attractions. To cater to this, all of our apartments are located in the best buy to let postcodes in Liverpool.


Students in Liverpool are also more keen to rent accommodation in a good location, close to their university campus. The student scene in Liverpool has a lot to offer, with lively nightlife and regular student events. When choosing a buy to let student property in Liverpool, consider how close the property is to universities, bars, nightclubs and restaurants. Another thing to consider when buying Liverpool student accommodation is the quality of the property itself. Today’s students are now a lot more focused on renting high-quality accommodation with a luxury edge. Our student buy to let properties for sale Liverpool have stylish, modern designs and features like high-speed internet.

Liverpool Student Accommodation - RW Property Investment Opportunities Liverpool City Centre Close To Universities

Aside from deciding between student or residential, when buying property in Liverpool you should also consider whether the buy to let property is an off-plan, a new build or an older property. The majority of the investment properties at RW Invest are off-plan, meaning that they’re still in the development stages. Off-plan properties come with a lot of benefits, such as having the potential for better capital growth. By the time your property has been completed and ready for tenancy, it could have increased in value. With Liverpool based off-plan properties, especially those at RW Invest, the potential for capital growth is already high, making this city the perfect place for your off-plan investment. Since off-plan properties are also new builds, they’re the desired property type for a lot of tenants. New builds also benefit from higher energy efficiency than period builds. Young professionals, in particular, are attracted to new build properties in Liverpool city centre that are modern, well-designed and don’t require any maintenance or repairs prior to moving in.


At RW Invest, we’re one of the best property investment companies Liverpool has to offer in terms of our selection, affordability and rental yields. With our dedicated team of property professionals, we offer the best service to those looking to invest in property in Liverpool. Contact us today to enquire about our Liverpool buy to let properties and find the perfect opportunity for you.

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Liverpool Waterfront Aerial View - Property Investment Liverpool Waters


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.

Liverpool One Roof Terrace Restaurants - Liverpool One Property Investment Liverpool


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 Container Terminal


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 Property Investment Opportunities


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.

Paddington Village Liverpool


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.

The Georgian Quarter Liverpool Property Investment


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.

The Baltic Triangle, Liverpool


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 Lime Street


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.

Liverpool John Lennon Airport


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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