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Empire is a market leader in property development.
We create innovative living spaces through a number of models.
We specialise in developing modern and stylish residential apartments from unused or unloved commercial buildings.
We also build from the ground up to create tasteful new living spaces using cutting edge build design.
Our aim is to improve the quality and provision of the housing stock and in doing so help to assist with the regeneration of towns and cities across the North of England.
Some of our developments are retained and let to private tenants. Others are sold in an effort to support home ownership. This mix is intended to support the housing market as a whole.
John Lodge · Private Investor
From the innovative concept to efficient implementation, I was enormously impressed by Empire’s success in producing a high yielding residential property investment.
We build long lasting partnerships with our clients and affiliates because we understand that the success of the investment reflects on you as well as the company.
The transparency we afford to clients is extended to you to allow you to consider your clients’ needs before you refer, and throughout the investment process. We allow you to tailor our property investments to your clients particular context and investment goals.
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