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Nottingham : one of the top places to live and invest

As any good estate agent in Nottingham will tell you, Nottingham is famous, among other things, for its links to the Robin Hood folklore. Nottingham is well connected, providing transport links for both the road and rail. Nottingham can be accessed by the M1 motorway and East Midlands Trains, CrossCountry, Northern Rail and the Robin Hood line.

When it comes to the best place to invest in property and find houses to sell, Nottingham comes top. The city has taken on joint first position rivals Liverpool as the UK’s best performing property investment location. Liverpool and Nottingham came joint with average rental yields of 6.2 percent once mortgage costs are taken into account.
The latest edition of Private Finance’s buy-to-let (BTL) hotspots analysis reveals that while Liverpool has retained its position since May 2017 – despite lower rental yields due to falling rental prices in this area – Nottingham has moved up from second position following a £121 increase in average monthly rents.

A 2013 study by HSBC revealed that Nottingham provides landlords with one of the best rental yields in the country. Because the average house for sale price in Nottingham is £83,313, and the average monthly rent of a house to rent is £524, landlords can enjoy a rental yield of around 7.55% before tax.

Though some areas of the UK sometimes offer higher rental yields, the house markets are a lot more volatile. However, the prices of the real estate in Nottingham do not fluctuate much, making it a safe and profitable investment for landlords.

3 bed semi-detached house to rent Nottingham
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2 bed semi-detached house to rent Nottingham
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City: NG9 2JU Nottingham | Rented through: Zoopla, 19/07/2019 | Ref: zoopla_52088150
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City: NG9 2JQ Nottingham | Rented through: Zoopla, 19/07/2019 | Ref: zoopla_52142418
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City: NG9 2JU Nottingham | Rented through: Zoopla, 19/07/2019 | Ref: zoopla_42063699
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City: NG9 2BB Nottingham | Rented through: Zoopla, 19/07/2019 | Ref: zoopla_52154551
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Nottingham landmarks

Nottingham, in the heart of the East Midlands, has a population of around 311,000 and is one of the youngest cities in the UK, with over 50% of the population under 30. It's 30 miles (48km) south of Sheffield and 30 miles (48km) north of Leicester.

In 2015, Nottingham was named a UNESCO City of Literature, joining Norwich, Edinburgh, Dublin, Krakow, Reykjavik, Heidelberg, Granada, Dunedin, Prague, Iowa City and Melbourne, as one of only a handful in the world. The title reflects Nottingham's literary heritage, with literary icons like Lord Bryron, DH Lawrence and Alan Sillitoe having links to the city

Nottingham has a reputation for producing creative talent including fashion designer, Paul Smith; musician, Jake Bugg; actors Vicky Mclure and Samantha Morton; director Shane Meadows; filmmaker, Jeanie Finlay and artists Wolfgang Buttress and Edmund de Waal. Together with brilliant creative institutions and venues including Broadway, Nottingham Contemporary, National Videogame Arcade, Galleries of Justice, Rock City, Rough Trade and the Motorpoint Arena.

In the days of the British Empire, the Lace Market was the centre of the world's lace industry; famous Victorian architect Watson Fothergill designed many buildings here; and throughout the Industrial Revolution, pioneering industrialists like Calverton's William Lee, the inventor of the knitting frame, and mill owner Richard Arkwright radically developed the way people lived and worked.

Nottingham has always been a place for scientific and technological innovation too, with Ibuprofen discovered in the buildings that are now home to BioCity, the UK's largest bioscience incubation centre.

Nottingham's contemporary businesses are drawing on the city's creative legacy to reinvent enterprise, innovation and manufacturing for the 21st century, helping to shape the future of Nottingham. The Creative Quarter initiative has been a big part of that, winning a prestigious European Enterprise Promotion Award for Improving the Business Environment in 2015.

Not surprisingly, Nottingham is an attractive tourist destination, with visitors spending an average of £535 million a year in the city and £1.556 million in the county as a whole. The Creative Quarter initiative supports this and has brought £4.2 million in visitor spend into the city, by hosting and supporting events in the Creative Quarter area.