HIGH DEMAND – Since 2018, bridge tolls at both Severn bridges have been scrapped – Wales has become more accessible. Those who moved out for more expensive areas such as Bristol and South Gloucestershire are flocking back across the water, which can only help to see rental demand rise for landlords over the coming few years.
LOW INVESTMENT HIGH YIELD – Properties for sale in Wales is cheaper than in other major areas of the UK. According to a governmental report, the average house price in Wales at the moment sits at more or less at £144,000. This is far lower than the UK average of around £217,000, meaning that investors in Wales are getting more for their money. There are great opportunities to continue to build on what are already some impressive yields.
WALES IS FULL OF TALENT – Wales has 160,000 students in full-time education across 8 universities. The Welsh capital, Cardiff has plenty to tempt investors, buoyant demand from tenants and strong rental yields can make investing in HMOs financially rewarding in this area.
Did you know?… Trip Advisor named Rhossili Bay in Gower, Wales, as the best beach in Britain and the ninth-best beach in the world!
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2 Bedroom House in Bridgend – A 2 bedroom end of terrace property situated within close proximity to local transport links, schools and shops. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, lounge/ diner and kitchen to the first floor. To the first floor, there is a family bathroom and 2 bedrooms. The outside has front and rear gardens. Find out more>>