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Area Guide: Aintree













Average Purchase Price

The average purchase price in the area is £130,000

Average Rent

The average rent in the area is £800 PCM

Average ROI

The average ROI in the area is 7%

Tenancy Types

The area has a high number of Working Tenants.


In terms of location, Aintree Village is situated right in the North of Liverpool, only being a  short drive away from Liverpool City Centre. 

The area of L9 & L10 is commonly known as a more residential area with a mix of housing types from large detached homes to smaller terraced houses. It is a great location for buy-to-let investments, due to the average house price being £178,000.  

Aintree has a lot to offer the residents, from the well-known greenspaces to the local parks to the shopping centres. Aintree is famously known for ‘ The Grand National’ if you are not aware of what this is this is a horse racing which is held at Aintree Racecourse. However, this isn’t the only greenspace Aintree, it also offers; Aintree Golf Centre – This is one of the longest 9-hole courses in the UK, Aintree Park & Aintree Recreation Ground. 


With one of its own shopping centres, Aintree Retail Park offers a wide range of stores to choose from. However, if you wish to expand out, due to the excellent transport links from Aintree to around Liverpool, you can easily get into the city centre. 

Transport Links

Aintree has multiple bus routes and train stations dotted about, to make it easier to travel around the city of Liverpool.  

Aintree offers 22 different bus routes, which serve a total of 14 bus stops. If you would much rather catch the train, Aintree has 3 different train stations to offer, and 1 further train station less than 15 minutes away. So, it is safe to say you will never be stuck for transport options when in Aintree.  

Finally, if you are to travel by car, the closest access to the motorway is less than a 10-minute drive, allowing you to travel on the M6, M62 and many more.  

Employment Options

Not only is this area brilliant for investment, due to the excellent local amenities and transport links, but Aintree is a great location for job opportunities. With rental properties in this area, it is very common to see staff members from nearby hospitals and GP surgeries wanting to be close to work; the most common being the famous Aintree University Hospital. The stats say it all with, 15 schools (inc nurseries), 20+ shops in the retail park alone and 14 care homes.  

Investing in this area would be a great opportunity as you would be likely to attract reliable, long-term working tenants, who can afford to pay the rent each month. 

Landlord Licencing  

In Liverpool, there are 16 wards where privately rented properties must have a Selective Licence, including Aintree and its surrounding areas. So please bear this in mind, as this would be an additional fee. 

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