If you are looking to invest in a buy-to-let property, we can offer you an exceptional opportunity to buy off-plan direct from the developers, giving you a greater return on your investment.
Pert Properties is an independent property developer, founded by passionate business people each with years of property and investment experience.
With the number of people renting privately owned accommodation on the increase and the number of tenants continuing to rise, now is the ideal time to jump on board and take advantage of our property development opportunities, with low prices, great yields and instant equity gain from day one.
Investing in Oxford
Pert Properties is an independent property developer, founded by passionate business people each with years of property and investment experience. Our residential property division has invested in vacant space in key city centre locations, enabling us to develop desirable, unique and premium quality apartments in high demand areas. We also create brand new spaces in equally desirable locations in Oxford (UK) and in the south of France.
By working directly with us, you will gain early access to the market and will also benefit from lower entry costs and higher returns.
We have excellent investment opportunities. Many of our clients are currently choosing to invest in Oxford. The city has undergone massive regeneration over the last fifteen years and is emerging as the most exciting city – and investment opportunity – in the UK, with rental yields projected at 8% and property value increasing each year between 8-14%.
Our knowledgeable customer services team will guide you through the entire purchasing journey, from the first contact right through to post-purchase and, if required, resale.
Why invest in Oxford
“Prices for any product are governed by the “Supply & Demand” factor, if there are more customers than product… the price increases, if there is more customers than products… the price increases”
The Oxford “supply & demand gap” is sustainable due to significant on-going city centre improvements, the 2 famous Oxford and Oxford Brookes universities with over 73,000 students combined, the 52 language schools, local population and sees over 10 million visitors a year.
The city of Oxford offers an exciting buy-to-let market and has seen substantial change over the past 18 months. 50% of housing within the city is now rented and demand is at an all-time high, with rent increases averaging over 3% year-on year for the past five years. Property prices within the city rose even during the recession on average 13% between November 2013 and November 2014.
Buy-to-let property is now a very popular form of investment due to its potential to provide a healthy rental income and capital growth. With the number of people renting privately owned accommodation on the increase and the number of tenants continuing to rise, now is the ideal time to jump on board and take advantage of our property opportunities, with low prices, great yields and instant equity gain from day one.
(South of France)
Investing in Antibes
If you are looking to invest in great properties, we can offer you an exceptional opportunity to buy off-plan direct from the developers, giving you a greater return on your investment.
Reasons why Antibes works:
Seaside town: with 24 kilometres of coastline containing creeks, escarpments, rocky areas as well as sandy and pebble beaches, Antibes is a real heaven for holidaymakers. Given its special location along the Mediterranean, many watersports are available in Antibes (waterskiing, diving, fishing, etc.). Five yachting harbours will delight sailors: port Vauban, port Galice, port de la Salis, port de l’Olivette, port du Crouton.Port Vauban ( millionaires port ) is the most famous port on the Mediterranean housing from small boats to mega yachts some of which are owned by some of the most wealthiest people on the planet. The town also houses ‘Marineland’. This animal exhibition park is one of the biggest in the world and welcomes more than 1,200,000 visitors every year!
A rich heritage: Antibes Juan-les-Pins has a long history behind it. Many monuments recall this rich past. Amongst others: the Fort Carré (built under Henri II (16th) and extended later under Louis XIV by Vauban) and the ramparts in the old town, the Grimaldi castle (15th and 16th centuries), château Salé where Napoleon Bonaparte lived with his family, etc.
Culture: Antibes is not only a nice town where one can relax and enjoy the beaches, it is also a town that has many cultural attraction. Many of artists have been lured by this charming town: Picasso, Graham Greene, de Staël, Kazantzakis, Hartung, etc. There are also many museums that are worth a visit: Picasso Museum (historical monument), Museum of Peynet (famous French draughtsman), Archeological Museum, Napoleon Museum and the Museum of the Tower (recounts Antibes’ history during the 20th century).
More about Antibes
Musical festivals: the town is renowned for the importance it gives to music. The American jazz musician Sidney Bechet was the first one to ‘fall in love’ with this town! Thanks to him, Juan-les-Pins became the European capital of jazz. Since its creation in 1960, the annual Jazz Festival of Antibes (1st week of July) has welcomed the most famous jazz musicians: Louis Armstrong, Ray Charles, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, etc. The orchestra of Antibes does shows all year round in the town and its surroundings. The Festival d’Art Sacré(‘Festival of Sacred Art’) lasts from January to March and attracts more and more people.
Location: Antibes has a great setting. First, it is situated along the wonderful Mediterranean Sea. Second, it is very close to the major towns of the Alpes Maritimes department: 23km south west of Nice (administrative centre), 15km south east of Grasse and about 10km east of Cannes. Antibes is linked to the whole Europe and many countries all over the world thanks to the second largest international airport in France ‘Nice Côte d’Azur’ which is situated only 13km from the town.
High technology: Antibes Juan-les-Pins gave its antique name to the big technology park located in the north west of the town, in Valbonne: ‘Sophia Antipolis’. More than 1,300 companies in the field of high technology (computing, electronics, pharmacology, biotechnology, etc.) are gathered park. Sophia Antipolis is a French version of Silicon Valley in San Francisco.