• Location

    West Bromwich
  • Asset Class

    Residential/Serviced Accommodation
  • Completion

    Q3 2022
  • Prices From

    £99,000
  • Projected Net Yield

    8%

West Bromwich House offers an excellent opportunity to invest in Birmingham’s commuter belt, this is a tasteful restoration of an iconic building situated in the commuter belt just 11 minutes travel into the city centre.


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    More about West Bromwich House

    Comprising 97 single-bedroom apartments and 8 two-bedroom units, the property is part of a neighbourhood that’s witnessing a huge surge in local regeneration and urban improvements. With central Birmingham a few short stops along the metro line, the new apartments will be suited for a thriving new generation of young, skilled and ambitious workers.

    Bright and contemporary apartments

    Urban regeneration
    area

    Ideal for commuters and corporate short lets

    Experienced developer

    The development stands less than 8km from Birmingham city centre, just a few short stops along the West Midlands Metro line with an 11 minute journey time.

    The Economy

    The development stands less than 8km from Birmingham city centre, just a few short stops along the West Midlands Metro line with an 11 minute journey time.

    There's more promising news in terms of jobs too and in turn residents. HMRC will be moving into new premises in Birmingham, bringing with it 3,500 jobs. In a similar vein, HSBC moved its retail banking headquarters to Birmingham in 2018, relocating 1,000 jobs; and Deutsche Bank did the same in 2014, moving 500 jobs from London. Other large employers in the area include BT, Deloitte, Lloyds Bank, Jaguar, KPMG, PWC, RBS, Rolls Royce, Sainsburys and Whitbread PLC.

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