Estate Agents Salford, Manchester - Local area guide

Salford is an up and coming area quickly becoming the place to buy. This is down to the introduction of Salford Quays and the  Media City housing the BBC and ITV studios. It is also down to the vast regeneration that is taking place throughout the city, development of exclusive modern housing, improvement of amenities and introduction of supermarkets. Salford is also popular with the great access routes to surrounding motorways and Manchester city centre including access via the tram which also passes through Salford Quays. 

Due to the regeneration plans and Salford Quays the market in Salford is always on the up as it becomes more and more popular. The plus side at the moment is that prices are still considerably lower than other surrounding areas so purchasing now means a great investment for the future.

Salford is home to all walks of life including young professionals working in Salford Quays and Manchester city centre, young families enjoying the many parks located in Salford, students attending Salford University and anybody looking for a great location between the north and south.

Salford is known for its up and coming Salford Quays development housing the BBC and ITV Studios which are now filming Coronation Street. There is also a variety of shops at the Lowry Centre as well as restaurants and the Lowry Theatre.

Salford is a great place to live as there is so much which is easily accessible including:  Salford Quays and Manchester city centre. However, living away from the hustle and bustle of the city creates a much quieter relaxing place to live.

Salford has a wide variety of properties from one bedroom apartments up to grand 10 bedroom houses. Salford is a lot bigger than many people think and almost any type of property can be found in the area.

The area covered by Reeds Rains Salford spans over Salford, Swinton, Eccles, Monton and Crumpsall. Each area has its own different charm.

The property market is very buoyant in Salford for all the reasons already mentioned including student rentals servicing Salford University. If you are a landlord looking to invest then Salford is the place for you offering great yields on properties maximising your profit.

Being a city you can imagine there are far too many restaurants to name but you can be sure that whatever is favourite you will find it within a short distance. As far as shopping there is Salford Shopping Centre and the Lowry Outlet - home to a multitude of well known shops. If it's art and culture you are interested in there is the Lowry Centre also located in Salford Quays which hosts a variety of theatrical prouctions and exhibitions. A short ride on the tram or by car also brings you to Manchester city centre.

Leisure and cultural activities include: cinemas, bowling alleys, museums, theatres and wine bars easily accessible throughout Salford and Manchester.

Salford has over 9 parks throughout the city giving you that space to walk around on a nice day away from the hustle and bustle.