Sterling Woodrow Announces Success of Cumbria Park Hotel Project

Sterling Woodrow is a company that specialises in property investment. They combine years of industry experience with innovation to offer investors high-yielding investment opportunities in property.

Billericay, United Kingdom - August 24, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Billericay, UK – Sterling Woodrow, a specialist property investment company, is pleased to announce the success of their most recent investment opportunity. The company bought the Cumbria Park Hotel back in January 2019. Since then, investors have purchased all of the available rooms. As anticipated, those investors are currently receiving their 10% PA returns.

The specialist property investment firm, based in Billericay, snapped up their first hotel earlier this year. They are already seeing profitable returns for investors. Shareholders in the Cumbria Park Hotel have seen the yield on their initial investment increase in the space of a few short months.

The Cumbria Park Hotel, found just north of Carlisle town centre in Cumbria, is the first hotel project undertaken by Sterling Woodrow. The company have been in business since 2005. They pride themselves on sourcing profitable opportunities for savvy investors. As well as hotel investments, they offer opportunities to invest in various kinds of property. These include student accommodation, and care home rooms. Their latest success in the hotel business is evidence of the growing trend of hotel room opportunities for investors.

With promising returns for investors, the Essex-based firm just how lucrative investing in hotel rooms can be. This form of investment is a relatively new concept and currently one of the fastest growing types of property financing on the global market. It offers the best of both commercial property and residential property investment. Investors can purchase a room within a hotel on a leasehold basis, which can lead to the highest yielding returns in the property investment business. All investors receive a title deed and their purchase is registered with the UK land registry.

One of the reasons for the success and popularity of hotel room investment is the ease with which investors can see their profits rise. As well as an assured exit strategy, hotel room investments come with the bonus of the property being fully-managed. This allows investors to simply collect their profits while an in-situ team continues to manage the hotel.

With hotel investments seeing a soaring rise in popularity, Sterling Woodrow are looking to offer more opportunities to buy hotel rooms in the near future. For more information about the firm and their property investment opportunities, interested parties can visit their website or contact them via email.

Contact Info:
Name: Robert Keating
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Organization: Sterling Woodrow
Address: 84a High Street, Billericay, Essex CM12 9BT, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1708-922222
Website: https://sterlingwoodrow.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88911087

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