Property vs Shares

Investing in shares can be a high-risk strategy, as the value of your nest egg can rise and fall depending on economic sentiment and company performance.

When you invest in property there are two main ways to make a return, the first is via regular rent payments from letting out property to tenants.  The second is selling the property for a profit.

The North East of England gives some of the highest yields on rental properties in the UK with yields of 12% on average. With regards to capital growth, Rightmove reports that the sold prices in County Durham over the last year were 3% up on the previous year and 5% up on the 2017 and we are finding that the work we are doing in the area is continuing to improve property values.

If you are looking for investment property for sale with tenants then call us or fill out the form for more information.