VITA at Tinglings - Student investment property in
With prices starting from £60,450, Vita at Tinlings presents an affordable, fully managed investment offering buyers a minimum annual rental return of 9% net for the first two years. Furthermore, Vita is able to offer purchasers a 6 year non-status payment plan making Vita at Tinlings a truly unique and accessible opportunity.
Designed with students in mind whilst maintaining the style and ï¬nish of a luxury residence, all apartments are fully self-contained and include a kitchen with integrated microwave oven, electric hob, fridge/freezer, an en-suite shower room with boutique styling & designer fittings and fitted furniture pack which includes bed, workstation, wardrobe units, bookcase, dining table and chairs.
Each apartment also comes with high-speed broadband, wall hung flat screen TV and Freeview as standard.Based on list price of property. Purchasers on the 6 Year Payment Plan will receive 8.33% net minimum annual return for the first 2 years. The purchase price of properties on the 6 Year Payment Plan includes an increased premium of 8.1% above the standard list price which can be reduced by early settlement at any time.
- 6 year non-status payment plan
- Minimum 9% NET rental return assured for the first two years
- 7 year fully managed scheme
VITA at Tinglings - Location
Vita is proud to introduce Vita at Tinlings, the second phase of a £27 million redevelopment project in the heart of Liverpool City Centre which follows the success of Vita at The Chapel, launched in March 2012 and now completely sold out. Tinlings occupies a highly prominent city centre location on the edge of Liverpools Met Quarter perfect for students within easy reach of education, entertainment and transport links.
Very few student projects enjoy such a fantastic location, ensuring a great reception from Tinlings residents who will enjoy convenient access to the entire city. Liverpool has been reported as one of the highest yielding cities in the UK for student property - rental rates for student property in Liverpool increased by 13% in 2010 compared to the national average of 5%.