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City Residential can ‘Help You to Buy’ your Own Brand New Modular Home

In November 2019 the Government announced plans for a ‘Construction Corridor’ in the north of England to power the UK’s modular revolution. At the same time, Homes England, whose stated ambition is to challenge traditional norms and build better homes … Read more…

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Are Liverpool’s Landmark Buildings a Great Property Investment?

When people begin to think of buying or renting a property in Liverpool’s city centre. One of their first thoughts will be the buildings they know and recognise. But does that make them a good investment? We took a look … Read more…

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COVID-19 Operating Statement & FAQ’s from City Residential

During these challenging times City Residential wants to reassure our clients that we are taking active precautions to protect your and our safety while maintaining the business operating albeit in a different way and using alternative strategies from normal. Please … Read more…

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Leasehold ban proposal

Today’s news that the government is entering into a consultation period proposing to ban new build leasehold houses and limit the levels of ground rent amounts/reviews has been expected for some time. The issue of “unfair” review terms (predominately reviews … Read more…

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Liverpool – A changing demographic

Liverpool – A changing demographic Whilst Liverpool’s student tenants are often cited as one of the main growth stories of the city’s population it may surprise you to learn that there is a huge demographic change happening elsewhere. As the … Read more…

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Latest quarterly report “An expanding city centre!”

Our latest quarterly report titled “An expanding city centre!” is now available to download from our website here

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PRS in Liverpool UPDATE

The PRS (Private Rented Sector) market in Liverpool continues to progress with a number of new proposals, planning applications and developments announced during the last 12 months. With the city continuing to prosper as a place to live, and the … Read more…

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Housing White Paper – Our View

The government’s long awaited (and regularly delayed) Housing White Paper was published this week with the hope of “resetting” the housing landscape for the next 10 years. With ongoing concerns of housing under supply, green belt release issues and a … Read more…

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Liverpool cheap for students

Whilst Edinburgh has appeared top of the charts for the UK’s most expensive city for students it is of little surprise that Liverpool is listed as one of the cheapest and most affordable cities in the UK second only to … Read more…

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Post election boom!

Whatever your political bias here at City Res we are glad to see the back of the election. Apart from watching the politicians promising the earth to sway voters we saw a noticeable drop off in both sales and lettings activity during late April/early May. Neither … Read more…

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