Why Invest in Property?

More and more people are beginning to understand that property investment, when approached in the correct manner, can offer short, medium and longer-term returns that far exceed any other form of investment vehicle or asset class. Pensions as a means of retirement planning have come under much scrutiny over recent years due to their poor returns and high level fees which has meant that even those who have invested over the most recent 20 years have on many occasions, received back less than they have invested over the term. When you compare that to property investment over the decades, there is of course no comparison.

 

bottom

Speak to an Expert

Access exclusive information & advice from one of our experienced consultants.

Client Testimonial

I purchased an off-plan apartment in Manchester City Centre and IGPi also assisted with the furnishing and letting of the apartment on completion. Excellent service from beginning to end. Mr Dawson, Portsmouth

Client Testimonial

I couldn’t be happier with the service. I purchased two apartments in a lovely development in Liverpool City Centre and I will use them again next time. L.Davies Twickenham.

Client Testimonial

I secured one of the the final apartments in a landmark development in Manchester. Thank you for your assistance during and after the purchase process! Mrs Reynolds, Lincolnshire.

Latest News

UK property rents on the rise again

UK property rents on the rise again

3rd July 2024 Monthly rents outside London at a record after 7 per cent annual increase. Rents advertised for tenants outside London have hit a record average of £1,316 a month, underlining continuing strains on rental affordability. Advertised rents outside the...

Average British house price hits record high of £375,000

Average British house price hits record high of £375,000

22nd May 2024  Pent-up demand from would-be buyers pausing their plans last year has led to price rise despite mortgage rates remaining elevated. The average British house price reached a record high of £375,131 in May, according to Rightmove. The average prices of...

UK house prices rise at fastest rate since January 2023

UK house prices rise at fastest rate since January 2023

7th February 2024 UK house prices rose 2.5% in the year to January, recording the biggest increase since January last year, as lower mortgage rates and fading inflationary pressures led to increased buyer and seller confidence, Halifax has said. January marked the...