In terms of Location, Everton is situated right at the North of Liverpool, in the skirts of the City Centre, the Royal University Teaching Hospital and all three of the Universities the city has to offer, as well as the transport links and public greenspaces.
This area of L5 and L6 are regularly acknowledged as being one of the best buy-to-let investments due to the Good Yield of around 7% and Low House Prices which average around £130,000.
In this area, you are walking distance to three of Liverpool’s most known Parks; Stanley Park – famous for being the dividing land between Liverpool and Everton Football Clubs, Everton Park with the Panoramic view of the city (Image above) and Newsham Park which is a Grade II listed site that preserves it’s Victorian Architecture in the surrounding houses.
With a host of transportation links nearby from Trains, Buses and even ferries, Everton is an excellent prime location for travelling or commuting being a short distance from both the Kingsway Tunnel and the M62 Motorway.
Everton and the surrounding areas in L5 and L6 are within walking distance from Liverpool’s city centre which holds not one but two Train stations. One of which being the infamous Liverpool Lime Street which can transport you from Liverpool to London in just over 2 hours using Avanti West Coast.
If you were to travel to by Car, the M62 Motorway can be accessed through Edge Lane which is no more than a 15-minute drive from anywhere in Everton, with Speke Airport being around 30 minutes and Manchester Airport around 50 minutes.
There are also over 10 different bus routes taking you across the city located in Everton as well as to and from the two Football Stadiums.
Not only is the Area ideal for Job Opportunities due to its location to the City Centre with a host of Retail and Hospitality Positions and Corporate work in the Business District, but also to the Hospital and GP Surgeries surrounding this. In the L6 Area itself, there are over 15 Care Homes, 20 Schools (mixture of Primary and Secondary) and 15 Supermarkets.
Investment in areas that show good Employment Opportunities are a great way to try and attract reliable, long term tenants who are can afford to pay rent each month.
Of the 17,000 people that reside in Everton, 63% of them fall into the 18 and 64 age bracket. They are primarily made up of modern terraced houses.
In 2017, a new district centre was opened in Great Homer Street, named ‘Project Jennifer’ that was a scheme created to breathe new life and revamp some of the more run-down areas of the city. This included re-opening the locally known ‘Greatie’ Market and opening large retailers such as Sainsbury’s, Home Bargains and B&M as well as a Gym near the Sports Centre.
In Liverpool, there are 16 Wards where privately-rented properties must have a Selective licence, including Everton and their surrounding areas so please bear that in mind that there would be this additional fee.
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