Liam Payne is set to land his own victory at Wembley, after snapping up a lucrative property deal next to the famous football stadium.
The former One Direction star, 27, has reportedly made a profit of £500k in just two years, after purchasing a nearby storage unit for £2.2million.
The purchase was made via Liam’s property business, Second Way Property Limited, with experts now revealing the unit’s worth has increased to £2.74m.
Raking it in: Liam Payne, 27, reportedly made a £500k profit after snapping up an old storage unit via his property business in a lucrative deal
Liam set up Second Way Property Ltd, based in Notting Hill, with Ben Andersen – whose partner is Location, Location, Location host Kirstie Allsop – and his business parter William Wentworth-Stanley.
Anderson and Wentworth-Stanley head up upmarket estate agents Wentworth Anderson in Notting Hill and run Second Way Property Ltd from the same office.
And according to , their storage unit purchase two years ago is already making the business money, thanks to racking up half-a-million in profits in two years.
It’s reported the storage unit is just around the corner from Wembley Stadium.
Hit the jackpot: The storage unit is located right next to Wembley Stadium and was purchased for £2.2million, with experts now valuing the property at a huge £2.74m
Side hustle: Liam set up property business, Second Way Property Ltd, in 2018
Details of the Wembley purchase were published on Companies House last month, as Liam’s company had applied to get a mortgage on the property – which they initially bout outright without a loan.
Liam is listed as a director of the company online, while his occupation is down as ‘entertainer’.
The Strip That Down hit-maker, who supports West Brom, is no stranger to property wheeler dealing and is currently renting a £5 million house in Buckinghamshire close to where his son Bear, four, lives with his ex-girlfriend Cheryl.
He was living there with fiancee Maya Henry, 21, at the home until the couple split earlier this year.
Liam helped Cheryl to buy a £3.7million home nearby with a loan and he also owns a £6million mansion in Surrey.
Friends in high places: Liam is listed as a director of the company alongside Kirstie Allsopp’s partner Ben Anderson (pictured with Kirstie above)
All over: News of Liam’s money-making deal comes after he confirmed his split from ex-fiancée and model Maya Henry in June
News of his lucrative property deal comes after Liam was seen reaching out to his former fiancée Maya in cryptic posts he shared to his Instagram story.
Urging his fans ‘not to let go’ of loved ones, Liam penned: ‘Don’t let someone go if you really want to love them even if you have to learn to love them through your own mistakes let your instinct tell you that you need them and keep them close we are always running out of time we never gain it. (sic)’
In a follow-up post, he quipped: ‘F**k Me I’m Wise,’ before tagging Maya, alongside a pair of prayer hands. He concluded his series of cryptic posts: ‘I love you, we calm.’
Liam confirmed his split from model Maya in June on the podcast, Diary of a CEO, where he said he ‘needs to work on myself’ before committing to someone.
Revealing he is now single, Liam said: ‘I feel like more than anything at this point, I’m more disappointed in myself that I keep on hurting people.
Regrets? The former 1D star was seen urging fans ‘never to let go’ of loved ones as he reached out to Maya on his Instagram story in cryptic posts following their break up
‘That annoys me. I’ve just not been very good at relationships. And I know what my pattern of things is with relationships at this point.
‘I’m just not very good at them so I just need to work on myself before I put myself on to somebody else.’
He continued: ‘That’s where I got to in my last relationship. I just wasn’t giving a very good version of me anymore, that I didn’t appreciate and I didn’t like being. I can honestly say I feel better out of it.
‘I didn’t feel good doing what I did but it had to happen. Just a corny way to say it was the best for us both.’
Liam and Maya confirmed their engagement in August 2020 after the star popped the question during lockdown with a £3 million ring.
They were first linked back in August 2018 shortly after Liam’s high-profile split from Cheryl.
He and Cheryl split in 2018 after two years of dating – just over a year after welcoming son Bear together in March 2017.
Prior to dating Maya, Liam was rumoured to have enjoyed a four-month whirlwind romance with supermodel Naomi Campbell, which ended in April 2019.
Heartbreak: Liam and Maya confirmed their engagement in August 2020 after the star popped the question during lockdown with a £3 million ring