Manchester and Liverpool are currently attracting property investors from Hong Kong and across the world because of their potential and price correction in London, according to Yahoo News (5 December 2019). While prices in London have fallen 2.5 per cent year to date, they have risen 4 per cent in northwest England which includes Manchester and Liverpool. The industry expects the popularity of these two cities to keep increasing. “Both Liverpool and Manchester make a strong case for students and investors who appreciate the lower entry price compared to London and the infrastructure investments, We expect relatively strong interest in Manchester and Liverpool to continue into 2020,” said Georg Chmiel, executive chairman of