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Born in Manchester, currently studying real estate management in my second year at Oxford Brookes UniversityStudent
Promote to investors the concept of up and coming areas outside of the London property market which boast lower land prices but present a significant investment opportunity. These areas may include Manchester, Liverpool and the North East. Encourage the idea that the North of England is on the rise as a desirable location to invest in and that investment in these areas could present significant returns in years to come.
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