11 Unit Block
GROSS RENT / YIELD
£153,180 / 4.0%
NET RENT / YIELD
£117,654 / 3.1%
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Cambridge is a popular and thriving area, with a wealth of history. Located in the south of the county of Cambridgeshire, it has excellent road and rail connectivity throughout the region, with journey times to London taking around 2 hours by road and around 50 minutes by train.
The population of Cambridge is in the region of 122,700, which is a rise of just over 14% in the last 10 years. Cambridge is also one of the largest educational centres in the UK, with over 30,000 students attending its 2 universities.
Cambridge had the second highest employment rate in the UK in 2014. It has seen a 12,400 increase in the number of jobs between 2004-13, just above national average. Nearly half of them were created in the private sector and around a third of positions were knowledge-intensive.
The wider Cambridgeshire region follows the same trend. This is a combination of excellent connectivity and companies locating to the area to get the pick of the student graduates.
The cost of residential property in Cambridge has risen by some 7.2% in the last 12 months and by a little over 34% in the last 5 years according to Zoopla. That means Cambridge property investment is ideal for you if you're looking for a popular and thriving area.
Cambridge has plenty of innovative projects underway for improvements to the area such as a £600,000 renovation of the central library and new schools in Trumpington. A major Wi-Fi network has recently been launched in Cambridge city centre, with over 100 local open spaces and public buildings being transformed into free Wi-Fi hotspots.
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