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central point encore
liverpool

Your chance to secure newly launched apartments in Liverpool.

Top performing and in-demand property hotspot.

Prices from only £140,000 with 30% deposit!

Expected completion end of 2024.

Great capital appreciation potential!

15% anticipated yield for short-term lets.

7.5% anticipated yield for long-term lets. 

Secure your apartments now and benefit from just launch prices!

Who is looking at this opportunity?

Central Point Encore new luxury apartments in Liverpool.

 

The Opportunity:

  • Your chance to secure newly launched apartments in Liverpool - one of the UK's top performing and in-demand property hotspots.

  • Only 30% to exchange - pay from only £42,000 deposit.

  • Expected completion end of 2024 - Great capital appreciation potential.

  • 15% anticipated yield for short-term lets.

  • 7.5% anticipated yield for long-term lets. 

  • Secure your apartments now and benefit from just launched prices!

About Central Point Encore apartments:

  • Prices from only £140,000.

  • 52 residential apartments over 7 floors. 

  • A selection of spacious studio, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments.

  • Prime location in Liverpool City Centre. 

  • Furniture packs available.

 

Central Point Encore is a brand-new residential development in Liverpool City Centre, and stands as the final phase in the popular Bastion and Central Point collection of buildings. The development offers a mixture of studio, one and two-bedroom apartments, located near Liverpool City Centre, Liverpool One and the heritage site of The Royal Albert Dock. With the development sitting across from the River Mersey, residents are treated to relaxing riverside living, combined with the convenience of city centre amenities.

Central Point Encore is designed to cater for both long-term lettings investors, where rents are expected to yield an anticipated 7.5%, and short-term lettings investors, yielding upwards of 15% per annum.

Apartment prices at Central Point Encore start from just £140,000, with options for studios, 1 and 2-bed apartments available.

Specification:

  • High specification bathroom and en suite fixtures and fittings.

  • Integrated wardrobe storage in select apartments.

  • High-specification flooring throughout.

  • Fully equipped kitchen with high quality worktops.

  • High specification light fittings.

Location:

  • Prime location in Naylor Street in the heart of Liverpool. 

  • 4 minutes to Liverpool Lime Street Train Station. 

  • 4 minutes to the Cavern Club. 

  • 5 minutes to University of Liverpool.

  • 5 minutes to Royal Albert Dock.

  • 6 minutes to Liverpool John Moores University. 

  • 8 minutes to Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. 

  • 25 minutes to Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

 

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Why Invest in Liverpool?

Liverpool has been recognised as a major player in the northern economy, with its keen drive towards commercial innovation, combined with a well-balanced plan to improve key regeneration areas. From the ongoing redevelopment of Liverpool Waters, which will redefine large stretches of the city’s waterfront, to the fast-paced construction of Everton Football Club’s new stadium, the city is forging a new modern path for those looking for comfortable city centre living.

To sustain these projects, the local authority has a plan which will see a large overhaul of the city’s transport infrastructure, along with the introduction of the HS2 high-speed rail connection which will bring the countries capital to within a commutable distance.

Liverpool boasts its own international airport (Liverpool John Lennon Airport), whilst also benefitting from the closely located travel hub of Manchester Airport, enabling even wider international travel. This collective network for global travel has made Liverpool a strong contender for large businesses, with the likes of IBM, Amazon and Bosch all making large commitments to establishing a base in the region.

The Liverpool Property Market:

The Liverpool rental market has already seen impressive growth of 5% in 2022, forecast to further increase to 8% by the end of Q4 2022. When compared to other major cities such as London, which delivered a 3% increase by May 2022, Liverpool is illustrating a very strong rental economy with great future potential.

However, this is not the only notable aspect of Liverpool’s property market. The city region also holds several postcodes which are listed within the top ten locations for capital appreciation across the UK.

Not only does the city compare well to the country’s capital, but also preforms favourably to its regional counterpart, Manchester. In recent times, many investors have committed to property in Manchester, with prices growing exponentially over the previous 10 years. Today however, entry levels sit at a higher than average rate, squeezing the returns investors might hope to achieve. As such, Liverpool, with its lower entry levels and growing rental market now stands as a strong contender for those looking for both strong rental income, and a broad capital appreciation.

The North West is expected to grow in population by 24% over the next five years, and given the challenges that developers face to keep up with an ever-growing population, it’s clear that now is the best time to invest in a key city forming the basis of the Northern Powerhouse.

Location and Transport Stations:

Liverpool has long been a major hub for commerce, with the docks forming the basis for trade across the north of the country. The Manchester ship canal, which connects to the sea via the south of Liverpool, was instrumental in enabling the growth of the industrial revolution in the early 1900’s.

Liverpool City Council is keen to continue in a similar vein, with the city outlining ambitious plans that would connect the city to hotspots throughout the UK. Their long-term rail strategy focuses on shifting from lorry to rail, with an additional daily rail freight service from Liverpool City Region to the South East via the future HS2 line.

The plans would deliver an additional £158 million a year to the national economy, whilst benefitting the local community by providing up to 20,000 new jobs, through use of its new freight and logistics hub. With train stations such as James Street and Liverpool Lime Street in close proximity to the centre, the city is well-placed to have the correct infrastructure required to support a fast-growing local community.

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