Only 5 more chances to invest in Trinity Court, Bolton!
82 homes. 77 already sold. Just 5 remaining. Invest in Trinity Court now, before it’s too late.
“I think we always expected Trinity Court to have huge investor appeal,” explains Forshaw Land & Property Group founder Lyndon Forshaw, “because there aren’t many investment opportunities that offer the sort of rewards and flexibility that this development does. It’s the combination of the two that has made Trinity Court so popular.”
As with so much of Forshaw Land & Property Group’s work, the Trinity Court development takes a beautiful but unloved piece of history and transforms it into modern living spaces that retain the best of the old building’s character and power.
The result is a sought-after block of 42 studio flats complemented by an additional two-storey block of apartments. Together the 82 dwellings create the ideal living space for young professionals working in Bolton or Manchester and a prime location for student living.
“It’s the dual role of Trinity Court that makes it such an attractive investment,” continues Lyndon. “Let it as a student accommodation. Let it to professionals working in Bolton or Manchester. Sell it as student accommodation, or sell as traditional buy to let. It means that whether your goal is a generous annual yield well ahead of UK averages or strong capital growth, you maximise opportunities to achieve both.”
A 9% NET yield is assured for the first 2 years, and prices start from just £53,590. You can find out more about the development here, and invest in one of the final 5 properties by contacting us.
Queens Brewery, Manchester – assured returns in a buy-to-let hotspot.
The HSBC has named Manchester as one of its ‘UK buy-to-let hotspots’. A new Forshaw Residential redevelopment of a former brewery is helping investors capitalise on Manchester’s popularity.
Manchester is one of the UK’s fastest growing cities and a thriving hub for young professionals. That makes it a prime buy-to-let investment location – especially when the properties in question offer something unique to a market eager for distinctive, prestige living.
When Hydes left the Queens Brewery for pastures new in 2012, they left an iconic part of the Manchester landscape behind them. Forshaw Residential is converting the Grade II listed building into 60 beautifully appointed 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments just minutes from the thriving heart of the city centre.
As with all Forshaw Residential developments, the building will retain its most striking, idiosyncratic features. “We’re keeping the best of the old – such as the exterior, romantic clock tower and hand-bed hopper – because we know that personality and character create demand,” says Forshaw Land & Property Group founder Lyndon Forshaw. “And that creates a better investment opportunity.”
Investors are assured yields of 6.5% NET for the first year and projected capital growth that creates a rewarding investment whether investors buy or sell. And with a recent National Housing Federation survey predicting a 36% increase in UK rental rates by 2018, buy-to-let is looking a better investment than ever.
Queen’s Brewery launches in 2015. You can find more details and explore investment opportunities here.