Where to Buy Guide

The UK's property market is changing all the time, keep up-to-date with the regions you should be considering when buying.

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Regional Guides


Manchester’s property market is the fifth fastest growing property market in the UK and the most robust. It is attracting huge investment from both domestic and overseas investors.

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London is projected to generate an additional £16 billion in output by 2025, equivalent to a rise of a third of its current size.

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Birmingham is set to become the property hotspot for 2019 with many key factors contributing to this rising popularity. The UK’s second largest city has shown significant interest globally.

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Leeds is the UK’s fastest growing city and is the main driver of a city region with a £64.6 billion economy, a combined population of 3 million and a workforce of 1.37 million.

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Sheffield has evolved from its industrial heritage into a location focused on innovation and technology. The city has transformed and is now one of the UK’s major city economies.

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Edinburgh is the UK’s largest financial centre outside of London and a major European hub for asset management and servicing, with over £500 bn of funds under management in the city.

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The picturesque town forms part of Cheshire’s ‘Golden Triangle’, which is noted for its desirable mixture of aspirational properties and pleasant countryside.

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Belfast’s key sectors include finance and business services, creative and digital industries, ICT and software development, advanced engineering, tourism and hospitality.

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Cardiff is in every sense a capital city. Young, fast growing and transformational, the capital of Wales has an enviable reputation for its connected businesses community.

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