Published: 26 February 2016
Perfectly located in the heart of the Little Germany district of Bradford city centre, the new Law Russell House development offers investors the opportunity to capitalise on the rising demand for city centre properties in Bradford. A selection of 65 high specification studios, one and two bedroom apartments, Law Russell House combines high rental yields with an opportunity for capital appreciation due to the rising population in the city and surrounding areas.
Mirroring the popular 'loft style' apartments found throughout other traditional mill style developments, Law Russell House tastefully combines traditional architecture with modern style contemporary tastes. With units starting from as little as just £55,000, Law Russell House can genuinely be considered as below market value, and demand is likely to be considerably from investors throughout the UK and overseas.
Whilst many developments claim to offer city centre living, Law Russell House's location, just one minutes walk from the major new £260 million Westfield Shopping Centre, ensures it is at the very heart of what Bradford has to offer residents. As well as the numerous shops and cafes surrounding Law Russell House, the district also benefits from a number of major employers having their headquarters in the local area. Santander, Yorkshire Building Society and Morrisons all have major offices in Bradford, whilst the Grattan Home Retail network employs over 300 staff just over a minutes walk from the development.
Law Russell House - Key Investment Facts
4% interest paid on client deposit
All deposit monies contractually assured
Assured rental income- 8% NET for 2 years
Assured NET income paid in advance
Below market value (BMV) residential property
Prime city centre location
250 year lease
Ground rent is included with management and service charge
Excellent transport links
If you are interested in purchasing an apartment in Bradford, please contact us today for a free online information pack, including all the latest availability and prices.
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