105 Broad Street, Birmingham
Birmingham’s Hottest Property
Ready Made Investment Opportunity
- Prime Birmingham city centre location
- Achieving up to 5.1% rental yields
- Residents services available & state of the art gym
- 24-Hour Concierge
- Unrivalled, premium location
Should You Still Invest in Apartments in Birmingham?
After nearly four years of leading the way for UK property, investment opportunities in Birmingham continue to be one of the top alternatives for investors that want affordability and high rental yields.
Despite lockdown impacting future forecasts, apartments in Birmingham are expected to see price rises of 24% by 2025, driven by redevelopment across key sectors and unprecedented demand against a low supply of properties.
The appeal of the second city also continues to attract new and bigger businesses – Goldman Sachs are set to join HSBC, Deutsche Bank and PwC in Q3 2021 – ready to take advantage of the incredible economic growth predicted for the future.
Finally, the Commonwealth Games in 2022 will be huge for Birmingham city centre property. With new amenities being pushed to coincide with the Games, plus the inward investment that inevitably follows, both current and future residents of Birmingham will benefit from the second city’s time in the spotlight.
Our Development Past Performance
Fabrick Square, Birmingham
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The Kettleworks, Birmingham City Centre
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St George’s Urban Village, Jewellery Quarter
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Should You Invest in 1-Bed or 2-Bed Apartments in Birmingham?
It’s a common question – should you invest in a 1-bed apartment or 2-bed apartment? They both have their own pros and cons but the simple answer is that it’s down to your personal preference.
Depending on your own financial goals, investment objectives and investment strategy, both of these assets can deliver exceptional returns. If you’re buying new apartments for sale in Birmingham, both of these investment types are available and popular within the local market.
1-bed apartments tend to be favoured by those targeting a young professional demographic in city-centres and can be incredible assets for those targeting consistent rental yields. Because of their affordability and (typically) good location, 1-bed apartments are generally always in demand.
2-bed apartments on the other hand are excellent for attracting professional couples or those looking for more space. As lockdown has accelerated the popularity of remote working, many people are looking for extra space for a home office, something a 2-bed apartment can offer. These assets tend to be the most flexible and typically offer the best rental yields of all property types.