The properties are located in a thriving central area of Swansea (population 241,300) that has a strong rental market and a shortage of suitable rental properties which will drive up prices and returns for investors who buy now.
Swansea is geographically squeezed by the sea from one side and the mountains to the other, this is causing a compression of people which is already raising values and will continue to do so.
Swansea is Wales' second city, it will benefit from the removal of Severn Bridge tolls which many think is a precursor to the go-ahead being given to the on/off tidal lagoon.
If and when that project is greenlighted all bets are off as to how far and fast property in Swansea appreciates, this could be one of the next big UK infrastructure projects.
If not, there is still large investment and regeneration funding going into the area which , due to its geographical location, serves a vast rural area as the nearest major hub.
*Population figures from 2011 census