Booming Belfast - House prices rise as fast as London
Second only to London, the capital of Northern Ireland is ranked as the UK"s second most attractive city for foreign direct investment. However, Belfast should be considered the most attractive city for today"s savvy property investor.
The latest figures from Nationwide report that house prices in Belfast have risen a staggering 21% in the last year, the same rate of growth as seen in London. In addition RICS has named Northern Ireland"s housing market as leading the sector when it comes to price gains.
With considerable foreign direct investment flooding into the city and the long awaited Belfast Metropolitan Area Plan which will see the creation of 63,000 new homes and a new rapid transport system now approved, the outlook for Belfast is certainly bright.
The Sandford is strategically situated right in the heart of the Titanic Quarter, one of the world"s largest urban-waterfront regeneration projects. This collection of luxury 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, priced below market value from £108,100, offers exceptional value and everything that a young professional tenant could wish for. In addition, the development offers an attractive 8% forecast yield for the investor.
With only 10 units available through Property Frontiers at this special offer price and a 10% prise rise due imminently, get in touch today to find out more.