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As part of the 5th largest metropolitan area in the UK, Liverpool has strong global connections that draw entrepreneurs, students and multinational businesses to the banks of the River Mersey.
With a business friendly environment, a variety of thriving markets and an outstanding quality of life, Liverpool is home to a solid business environment and a diverse, growing population. An airport, three major universities and transport links to the entire country make it no surprise that almost 54 million people visit Liverpool annually.
The overall average house price throughout Liverpool. With higher average prices than neighbouring Walton, Fazakerley and Orrell, there is plenty of profit to be made in Liverpool’s property market.
The estimated increase in house value over the past 5 years. Whether it’s students looking to rent or professionals looking to move closer to a multinational business hub, housing throughout Liverpool is always in high demand.
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Education Established Upon Red Bricks
With three major universities in the heart of Liverpool, the city attracts roughly 70,000 domestic and foreign students every year. With so many opportunities directly connected to the universities and an approximate graduate employment rate of 90%, Liverpool’s alumni frequently make the city their long-term home.
A Day and Night to Remember
From the Tate gallery to bars run by football legends, the city attracts visitors from all over the UK. Liverpool hosts plenty of museums and art galleries for those seeking culture, the picturesque parks and internationally renowned shopping centre Liverpool One attract people from all over Europe. Once the sun goes down, the home of The Beatles doesn’t disappoint, Liverpool’s eclectic nightlife unleashes a uniquely scouse charm that seduces visitors into staying for more than a night.
A Healthy Red/Blue Divide
With two legendary Premier League teams right next door to each other, Liverpool thrives from plenty of healthy competition. With a combined average attendance of 93,000 both Everton and Liverpool football clubs bring visitors from around the globe to marvel at a masterclass in football.
A City Built Around Mobility
With direct access to the M62, Liverpool has easy links to the M56 and M6 meaning motorists will no trouble exploring neighbouring areas. Meanwhile a major UK train station helps connect Liverpool directly to London. Internationally Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport sees nearly 5 million travellers arrive and depart annually.
An Inspiring Scouse Tale
From the red bricked Albert Dock to Speke Hall’s rustic Tudor manors, Liverpool’s rich history spans the centuries. The legend of Liverpool spans maritime magnificence, tales of bravery during the blitzes of WW2 and the formation of The Beatles. Streets and alleyways are steeped in rich history that inspire people to join this prosperous community.