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Capital Growth

The property market in Liverpool offers strong capital growth. The UK property market housing market forecast from Savills shows a percentage change of 27.3% growth expected for the North West region by 2024. Average house prices in Liverpool have risen by 15.1% since last year, making it the UK’s top property hotspot in 2020. Property prices in Liverpool shot up nearly £20,000 – from £130,224 to £149,938 – in the year to October, according to analysis of Land Registry data by property portal Movewise. Only two other major UK towns have seen double-digit house price growth this year


Liverpool is undergoing a £14bn regeneration led renaissance. Be it the redevelopment of the iconic waterfront, a new creative district or a world-leading knowledge sector Liverpool is leading the way in reimagining the urban landscape. In the next five years Liverpool will deliver of 10,000 new homes, Everton FC’s new stadium, a new cruise terminal, a new TV and Film hub, £250m of road infrastructure and 2 million sq ft of commercial office space.


The pull of the UK's cities on young professionals seeking economic opportunities has put pressure on housing stock. At the same time, homebuilding in Liverpool is below the level required in order to meet demand. The Home Builders Federation puts that number at 3,000 homes per year, but only 1,700 new homes were started in Merseyside in 2014/15, down 27.7% from the year before. The situation worsened in 2016, with new housebuilding falling by 32.4% in the year to September. As we move into 2021 and 2022 the demand for residential property in Liverpool is huge.


Liverpool has no fewer than three universities and it is also home to the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, which is one of the UK’s most prestigious performing arts schools. As such, there is always a strong demand for student rental accommodation. Liverpool also has a healthy population of young adult professionals, who also tend to be natural renters.


According to recent reports, the Liverpool population has experienced an immense rise in the past decade, specifically in the city centre. When crunching down on numbers in the Liverpool population, 2017’s figure of 29,060 was double that of the previous 15,271 people living in the centre of Liverpool in 2006, meaning Liverpool has the fastest-growing city centre of recent years.

The L1 Postcode

Liverpool has six postcodes listed in the 25 best areas for buy-to-let investment in the UK, including L1 in the top spot with a 10% yield. With the top postcode for rental yields and the city, Liverpool continues to be a prime buy-to-let hotspot. Affordable property prices and a thriving rental market make it an attractive city for property investors.