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Southampton was once well known for its port trading and ship manufacturing. The romantic movie Titanic set sail from Southampton port towards New York.
Southampton’s property market is still located near the major port in Britain and the route of many luxurious cruises. The Southampton real estate market is popular with many overseas students who would choose to live here as it is home to world famous universities and historic sites in the largest area near metropolitan London. According to a research regarding the UK real estate rental return market conducted by HSBC, Southampton’s real estate maerket has stood the top of the highest property rental return chart for last two years.
With a comparatively low Southhampton home price tag per residential unit, strong demand from sea viewing visitors and more than 20,000 students many of who are international students in the UK, who study in University of Southampton, buyers of Sothampton real estate could have a positive long term return.
Southampton is also home and famous for its football team. People can watch different football matches there and enjoy many of the cities attractive features.
Over half of people in Britain would like to buy a home near the coast and many plan to move closer to the seaside or a water front in the future.
Since the Brexit vote, average house prices have fallen in just one UK city out of 20 monitored by the Hometrack Cities House Price Index.
Some 605,891 homes were unoccupied in England last year with a third being empty for longer than six months, according to a new study.
A backlash against second home owners in England is gaining pace with people voting to make sure new homes are only able to be bought by local people.
Britain's wealthiest homeowners are most likely to be found living on Kensington Palace Gardens in London.
Thomas Jefferson once said, “No occupation is so delightful to me as the culture of the earth, and no culture comparable to that of the garden.”