Berlin operates as Germany’s centre for government, technology, education, and culture. Boasting a well-developed infrastructure, faster growing office workforce than London or Paris, and strong GDP growth, the city presents a striking case for investment.


  • Regeneration: Historic levels of investment in the city’s transportation infrastructure and mixed-use developments
  • Population: increase of 171,000 residents forecast by 2039 to 1.3 million
  • Employment: 0.6% growth per annum forecast between 2018 and 2022, higher than the regional and national averages
  • Rental growth: 16.5% increase in rental prices forecast between 2018 and 2022
  • Uplift: 20.5% house price growth forecast between 2018 and 2022


  • This year Dublin is ranked as the 3rd top location for property investment in Europe by PwC and the Urban Land Institute
  • Rental growth: 10% average annual rental growth since 2013
  • Employment: Europe’s fastest-growing tech worker population – 5.3% year on year growth
  • Uplift: 11.6% property price growth seen in 2017


  • Economy: Leeds’s GVA is forecast to expand by 2.0% annually from 2018 to 2022, above the 1.7% Northern England average
  • Rental demand: 18.8% rental price growth in 2018-2022, compared to just 12.6% UK-wide
  • Employment: The working age population has experienced 10.2% growth from 2010 to 2017
  • Uplift: Leeds’s house price growth is projected at 19.9% (2018-2022)


Liverpool isn’t just about football and the Beatles – it’s also experiencing a remarkable regeneration. Liverpool Waters, a GBP5 billion scheme will revive the city’s historic northern docks into a world-class residential, commercial and leisure space for central Liverpool.

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  • Uplift: 17.5% expected property price growth from 2018 to 2021
  • Regeneration: GBP5 billion Liverpool Waters will transform Liverpool’s historic waterfront
  • Rental demand: 14.7% predicted increase in rents from 2018 to 2021
  • Employment: over 100,000 new jobs forecast over the next 25 years


Greater Manchester has the UK’s largest and fastest growing economy outside of London, having transformed itself into one of Europe’s most dynamic regions in which to work and invest.

Salford is located adjacent to Manchester’s city centre. Home to a population of 251,300, it has grown into a major city within the North West. Connected by exception road and rail networks, Salford and Manchester collectively are the undisputed epicentre of the Northern Powerhouse region.