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In the latest edition of this ongoing series (read our previous guides to HU7 and HU10), we explore HU5, an area just to the west of the city centre. An expansive residential post code with a wide range of different housing and demographics, it’s one of the most popular areas with the city’s renters.
At the end of September, new buy-to-let lending rules are set to be introduced in an effort to reduce irresponsible lending in the sector. This could have a big impact on portfolio landlords with more than four properties, making it more complex, and potentially more difficult to borrow money.
From the moment the first firework was launched to kick off the City of Culture year, 2017 has been a non-stop celebration in Hull. The city has been transformed and residents have embraced the year, challenging perceptions about the area, and getting involved with events in record numbers.
It’s been fantastic to see and we believe it’s just the start of a bright future for Hull. As we enter the 3rd and final season of the celebrations, here are 7 of our favourite highlights from the year so far…
Hull is on the up, and the city is quickly becoming a property investment hotspot. It’s easy to see why – low purchase prices, good yields and a buoyant rental market make it ideal for investors.
This month, as part of our ongoing series (If you haven’t done so already, check out our Property Investor’s Guide to HU7), we’re looking at HU10, to the west of the city. An aspirational post code that’s popular with young professionals and families, it provides excellent opportunities for investment.
It’s the UK City of Culture for 2017 – and Hull is on the up. The city is enjoying a real renaissance, with regeneration projects, new industry, significant investment and new infrastructure already transforming the area.
As a large, diverse city, there are plenty of options for property investors – but where are the best places to invest in Hull in 2017?