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Fwd: BMV Liverpool City Centre Apartments 3 years 8% net



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Begin forwarded message:

From: EU Alternatives <info@marketing.eualternatives.com>
Date: 27 September 2016 at 13:58:25 BST
To: vanillascope01@aol.com
Subject: BMV Liverpool City Centre Apartments 3 years 8% net
Reply-To: Admin <info@eualternatives.com>

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50% sold in 2 months

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PROJECT OVERVIEW

 

New launch in a highly desirable area in the heart of Liverpool City Centre. This exciting new project will consist of 400+ studio apartments close to world class facilities and plenty of business’s making it the ideal place to rent for prospective tenants.

 

Exceptional pricing for Liverpool City Centre at £215/sq ft.

 

50% sold out in 2 months.

 

Enviable L1 Postocode.

 

A plethora of amenities on your doorstep including the infamous Liverpool 1 Shopping centre.

1 Bed Example 1 Bed Apartment Plan

INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS

 

Sales Price: £84,950

 

£5000 reservation fee

 

50% less res fee on exchange: £37,475

 

Legal Fees: £800

 

Total Required in 6 weeks: £38,375

 

Rent PCM: £566 net (8%)

Why Invest In Liverpool? Liverpool Skyline

WHY LIVERPOOL?

 

Highest average rental yields in the UK at 6.56%

 

Over 66,000 students across 5 universities

 

Over £5.5bn invested in to regeneration schemes in the past decade

 

More Than 500,000 business’s within 1.5 hours drive of the City Centre

 

One of the fastest growing local economies in the UK

MORE DETAILS
MORE DETAILS

OFFICE HOURS


 

 

Mondays to Fridays

09.00 - 19.00

 

Saturdays
09.00 - 1300

 

Sundays

Closed

OUR LOCATION


 
 

Kemp House,
152 – 160 City Road,
London,
EC1V 2NX


 

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