Robbie Fowler has pledged to build hundreds of houses across Liverpool.
With a partnership with Elatus Development Group, Fowler is set to develop St Anne’s Gardens with a range of different houses from Anfield to the city centre; all below market value.
In statement on Facebook, he outlined his future plans:
“The aim is to build out numerous developments throughout Liverpool over the next couple years with St Anne Gardens; the first one starting within the next 12 weeks.
“I have always had a passion for property development and to be part of a big project like this is not only great for my personal ambition but will be great for this region of Liverpool.
I’m delighted to announce that I have teamed up with Elatus development Group to develop St Annes Gardens a prime residential development in Liverpool, offering a range of spacious studios, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, all below market value. The aim is to build out numerous developments throughout Liverpool over the next couple years with St Anne Gardens the first one starting within the next 12 weeks. I have always had a passion for property development and to be part of a big project like this is not only great for my personal ambition but will be great for this region of Liverpool. Suited to both residential and buy-to-let Investors, apartments within St. Anne’s Gardens are ideal for both investors and residential buyers. Offering the highest quality and affordability minutes from both Liverpool’s city centre and Anfield Stadium. If you would like to know more on how to get involved please visit http://www.elatusdevelopments.com/investelatus
Opublikowany przez Robbie Fowler Wtorek, 18 lutego 2020
Specifically, some apartments announced with be just minutes away from Anfield Stadium, where Fowler’s name is still regularly sung.
In particular, the Kop’s rendition of the Beatles’ Yellow Submarine plays homage to the former number nine, singing: “We all live in a Robbie Fowler house”.
With his affordable revelopment, it is likely that song will be played out more often in the coming years.
The former Red got into property upon his retirement and has become one of the richest footballers off the pitch because of it.
Speaking in an interview with the Daily Mirror in 2015, Fowler expressed his priorities in property, after Graeme Souness set him up with a financial adviser aged 18.
“Let’s not kid ourselves here, you want to earn money.
“You’ve got to be aware of what people can spend and whether people can afford to rent or buy or lease what you’re willing to sell.
It’s not just about getting the high end stuff because let’s be honest, not everyone can afford the high end stuff.
“Sometimes, you go down a few levels, and look at it that way. Not everyone can afford a big house with a games room.”
The investment is certainly a sign of his aim to help those in the surrounding areas, where he once celebrated countless times on his way to achieving a godlike status at his boyhood club.
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