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Grow in 2022 by investing in property

Posted by bigroarltd on February 28, 2022
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Even amid the pandemic, the UK continues to hold its place as one of the most popular property markets in the world. With multiple opportunities to build long-term returns, the UK could see prices grow by 21.5% by 2025.

House Price Growth

UK property prices are predicted to rise by 21.5% over the next five years, which means the average UK property will increase from £322,000 to £370,000.

The Midlands and North are likely to continue exceeding the London market regarding price increases, with cities within these regions expected to outperform.

5 Year Growth Predictions Regionally

Rental Increases

In the UK, demand for property continues to rise, while supply remains low. However, this environment proves positive for those looking at investing in the UK, with long-term forecasts for rental prices looking to increase steadily.

A prediction by JLL estimates that in 2022, UK investment could rise by 2% over the year. Over the following five years, this will contribute to a rise of 8.5%.

The West Midlands outperforms the rest of the market, with projections indicating that rents might climb by 12% in the next five years. If you plan to invest in the UK with Buy to Let – this is a lucrative time to invest in an asset with plenty of opportunities to maximise returns.

Increased Buyer Confidence

Expected to continue throughout 2022 is the trend of high buyer confidence – buyer and seller confidence has remained high over the last six months.

In the UK, 75% of active buyers believe they can buy a home in the next three months. In contrast, 81% of sellers believe they will sell in the same time frame. Due to the high availability of low-rate mortgages and a rush from the stamp duty holiday deadline, the property market remains very active.

Foreign Investment at a High

In recent years, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has steadily risen, peaking at £1.5 trillion in 2018. Each year since, the number of inbound FDI projects has increased by 5% in the UK, solidifying its

position as one of the leading markets in Europe. The increase is attributed to the digital tech industry in the UK, attracting 432 projects in 2019.

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