UK property investment has long been seen as a lucrative one, with many investors choosing to put their money in bricks and mortar rather than traditional, riskier investments. At Avora Capital we focus on long-lease properties that already deliver high rental income offering consistent pay and a strong chance of capital growth.
With this type of property investing, you have no estate agents’ fees, no maintenance fees, no stamp duty, no tenant disputes, and no endless piles of paperwork - just a simple turnkey investment that pays your returns every quarter completely hassle-free.
The UK has a severe social housing shortage, with housing providers under huge pressure to tackle the problem and provide good quality homes for families across the country.
In a bid to tackle this problem, councils and housing associations are turning to the private sector to help with the housing shortfall, acquiring properties on long 25 or 30 year leases from major landlords to let to social tenants via a little known government-backed scheme.
For social housing providers, doing this allows them to increase their range of housing stock without investing huge amounts of cash upfront - and acquiring assets much quicker than may otherwise be possible. For investors, it offers a lucrative opportunity to generate ongoing returns while also helping play a role in solving the housing crisis.
The ongoing problems in international travel due to staff shortages in airports, and the impact of COVID-19 still being felt, has seen the number of people opting to travel and holiday within the UK boom.
There are encouraging signs that interest in investment into UK hotels remains stable. Savills has reported a continuing rise in interest levels from private investors in UK hotels; it reported “receiving multiple offers above guide price on well-situated regional assets”. Put simply, there has never been a better time to invest in the UK hotel sector.
Experts are predicting a surge in the domestic tourism market, as the staycation becomes a more popular and sensible choice. Tourism contributes £106 billion to the British economy and GDP, and by 2025 the UK tourism industry will be worth over £257 billion. With the ongoing surge in domestic tourism, the hotel sector is set to enjoy a positive outlook.
The escalation of ecommerce during the pandemic has meant the retail landscape has jumped forward 5 – 10 years in terms of uptake and consumer engagement with a 50% increase in online sales.
More than half of UK consumers are now shopping online, and UK online spend is forecast to increase 29.6% by 2024, according to retail analysts at Global Data. Inevitably, this will lead to inexorable demand for faster and faster deliveries.
The result of the increased activity has created a tremendous surge in the need for fulfilment centres.
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