Buy a apartment

a unique opportunity

Estimates suggest that Newcastle and Gateshead will need more than 30,000 additional homes in order to house their growing population of 500,000 people by 2030. Newcastle had an average current property value of £206,258, according to Zoopla’s December 2017 figures. Newcastle, like many UK cities, has lower house prices currently than in 2007 – prices were 1% below 2017 values at the time of writing. Property values in the city have risen by 24.78% over the past five years.

Newcastle has a current average asking rent of £959pcm, according to December 2017 data from Zoopla, A 2017 study flagged Newcastle as one of the top ten UK locations for rental yields.

An artistic render of Hadrian's Tower

A Unique Investment

  • Prices from £129,950
  • 5% coupon paid on deposit
  • Discounts on designer furniture packages
  • Chartered Surveyors have predicted that rents will increase by just over 25% in the coming years
  • Rental yields in Newcastle range from 4.89% to 6.92% depending on the properties’ size and location.

Club High Street

Club High Street is an exclusive collection of existing or potential investors in High Street Residential properties on a ‘Buy to Let’ basis across the UK, and select overseas regions.

High Street Residential offer quality homes in areas of high regeneration, usually city centres, providing a unique investment opportunity to individual investors. As 70% of our developments are sold to large institutions such as Grainger, Cording, Invesco and LongHarbor, you are safe in the knowledge that in-depth due diligence has been undertaken on both the company and our existing and potential projects.

​Club High Street will give you the opportunity to invest in a High Street Residential property, and a company that is trusted by some of the largest names in institutional investment. We undertake thorough research and analysis before committing to any development, and work with local architects, planning bodies and property consultants to ensure our scheme provides an excellent long-term capital opportunity for both large institutions and individual investors alike.

Club High Street Benefits

  • Quarterly investment reports covering the UK and ‘hotspots’
  • Industry and institutional information and analysis
  • Exclusive preview of first release sales
  • 5% coupon paid on your deposit
  • Discount on letting fees for the first 12 months
  • Discounts on designer furniture packages
  • Invitations to property seminars across the UK

To remain a privileged member of Club High Street, you must buy a High Street Residential property within the first 12 months of membership.

Opportunities to invest in such a high profile scheme in the centre of Newcastle rarely arise; Hadrian’s Tower represents a market-leading product for luxury living in the city centre.

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Help to Buy

With Help to Buy, you can buy a new home with just 5% deposit – whether you’re a first time buyer or moving on from your existing home.
Who can benefit from Help to Buy?

Help to Buy is available to both first time buyers and existing homeowners and means you can buy a new home with a low 5% deposit.

If you’re a first time buyer we know how difficult it is to raise a large deposit to purchase your first home. With Help to Buy you’ll need to save just 5% deposit to get a mortgage, so you could purchase your first home sooner than you thought.

If you’re an existing homeowner, you can use Help to Buy to trade up to a bigger property – even if you have limited equity in your current home, because you only need 5% deposit to move.

Help to Buy

How does Help to Buy work?

With the Help to Buy scheme, you’ll need as little as 5% deposit to buy a new home.

The Government will provide an equity loan of up to 20% of the value of your property and you’ll need to obtain a 75% mortgage. With a 75% mortgage, your mortgage repayments could be more affordable if you buy a home using the Help to Buy scheme.

Call us to discuss your Help to Buy options on 0191 211 4120.

How does Help to Buy work?