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Report identifies new property markets for 2015

Published on 06/18/2015

Global report identifies new property markets for 2015: experts recommend property investors focus on smaller towns and cities

New property markets for 2015

Data recently released by a global property consultancy has revealed that the market’s overall strength of competition is creating a movement away from capital cities and towards smaller markets. Indeed, the rising capital values are showing that the best opportunities in 2015 will be found in the surrounding locations rather than the more traditional, big-city hubs.

Analysis of buy to let opportunities in smaller cities

The report has shown that the trend towards the outlying regions is strongly linked towards their ability to “develop and grow clusters of businesses” as well as existing educational links and fully integrated infrastructure and transportation availability. There are 37 towns and cities which have been identified as having profitable investment opportunities over the next five years, with Birmingham, Manchester and London being seen as less attractive to the buy to let investor.

Forecast growth leaders in economic performance

Most of those areas under consideration already offer well-established “business clusters” and include Reading, Solihull and Brighton, all of which have seen over 25 per-cent increases in capital values since 2012, and all of which are expected to demonstrate above-average economic performances in the period up to 2020. In short, industry experts are recommending that investors focus on areas where they can “reposition their assets to benefit from any price growth.”

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