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International Commercial Investment Explain how you can Make Your Money Grow With Their new Manchester Airport T2 Hotel Investment

MANCHESTER, England, March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Many of us would like to see our money grow, but International Commercial Investment realise that there are few that are willing to play a high-risk game - most people have worked too hard to jeopardise it. Despite the economic downturn over the past few years and the slow rate of recovery we have witnessed, air travel continues to be a growth area, as global trade and tourism shows no sign of decreasing.

One UK airport in particular has shown steady if not spectacular growth over recent times. Manchester Airport is currently undergoing an £800 million development programme, which it is said, is the largest in the country after the redevelopment of the East End of London for the 2012 Olympics. Self-styled as an Atlantic Gateway, it's one of the busiest airports in the country with over 1.2 million passengers travelling through it in January 2014 alone.

How can this information benefit you? Simply by realising that many of these passengers, particularly those on long-haul flights or those with unsociable take-off and landing times, need somewhere to stay near the airport. Quality accommodation is in short supply in the surrounding area unless you are prepared to sleep under the flight path.

There now exists an opportunity for people interested in international commercial investment to be part of a high yield, low risk prospect in the form of a genteel, Grade II, Georgian listed mansion which operates as a bespoke 64-bedroom hotel, just 9 miles from Manchester city centre and, unbelievably within walking distance from the airport.  The Hotel has recently been taken over by a new management company, an experienced hotel operator with a proven track record of maximising returns on investments.  The company is currently implementing various improvements to the hotel, such as the installation of a new online booking system, as well as a soft refurbishment, which along with the foreseen expansion of Manchester Airport, should provide a significant uplift in bookings and profitability.

If you haven't considered hotel investment before, take a look at the facts: a minimum £10k investment over 6 years will bring you an average annual return of 9.4% and your funds are automatically repaid to you at the end of Year 6. Manchester Terminal 2 hotel investment may be the opportunity you've been looking for by which you can watch your savings take flight.   To invest, just contact International Commercial Investment, a low risk investment consultancy, which have been appointed as an authorised agent for the investment.

For more information visit: http://www.international-commercial-investment.com/manchester-airport-t2-hotel/

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Media contact: Jeanette Collins, International Commercial Investment - Investment - (+44)207-099-2870 - [email protected]

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