Jewellery Quarter & Digbeth are hot on the list as we predicted 6 years.
Even before a government pledge to invest in the north of England and the Midlands, pundits were predicting that the greatest growth in property prices, and the most reliable rental potential, would be in these regions.
Although no one is talking of a boom, London and the South East are likely, with the exception of a few pockets of growth, to remain subdued while cities to the north will continue to strengthen now that Brexit looks set to “get done”.
Richard Donnell from the online portal Zoopla says: “While we expect some pent-up demand to return in the first three months, affordability will dictate how much prices will increase. We expect a UK average of 3 per cent. That said, the most affordable cities still have room for growth, and we expect increases of up to 4 per cent. Growth will remain muted in southern England.”