UK Residential Investments
Experience Invest is pleased to present new UK buy-to-let apartments in The Skyline; a new residential development situated in Barnsley’s town centre.
Located in a highly desirable area for families, commuters and young professionals, The Skyline will provide investors will a low entry level opportunity to enter the UK’s profitable residential buy-to-let market.
Finished to an exceptionally high standard, the development comprises 65 one bedroom and 22 two bedroom apartments.
Due to the close proximity to Barnsley’s vibrant town centre, The Skyline provides investors with the perfect opportunity to capitalise on the surge in demand for rentals in the area.
Available 23% below current market valuations, these highly desirable buy-to-let apartments offer strong capital appreciation prospects in the mid-to long-term.
For a completely hands-off investment, The Skyline will be fully managed by Superior Living Ltd.
The company specialises in the management of properties in the north of England. Based in Liverpool and with contacts stretched across the region, Superior Living is fully equipped to manage and maintain your investment on your behalf.
Barnsley is a large town in South Yorkshire. The metropolitan borough had a population of 231,900 at the 2011 UK Census; Barnsley urban area had a population of 71,599 (2001 Census).
The town experienced positive growth in employment in the borough with the Office of National Statistics stating that full-time employment had risen by 6.2% (June 2012 – June 2013).
To support growth, Barnsley’s Economic Strategy 2012-2033 is accompanied by a five year investment plan, which aims by 2016/17 to create 5,537 new jobs, train 2711 residents to access existing jobs, and start 821 new businesses. The plan anticipates the Council investing £27 million in the programme, which includes the flagship town centre regeneration project ‘Marketplace Barnsley’.
The town centre will also undergo a £41 million regeneration which will begin in early 2015 and will take around 3 years. The project will include a redesign and redevelopment of the metropolitan centre, indoor market, central library, public square and retail units.