Visiting the London Stock Exchange to check out latest offers

Taking time out to visit the LSE and hear about new property-related products and financial offers which might be of interest to Executive investors and Expats

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Louise Reynolds, Director of award-winning, European property investment firm Property Venture® who helps busy business people enrich their lives through property. The focus is mainly: Buy-to-let homes in the UK, Poland, German investment property, Managed Leaseback in France and Spanish city property.

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Are you investing strategically during Brexit?

Over a decade ago Eastern Europe was seen as a cheap alternative to the more expensive Western European countries. Bulgarian coastal homes were seized upon as a cheap alternative to the Spanish Costas. Continue reading Are you investing strategically during Brexit?

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UK property: where’s hot and where’s not?

Recent government data show that the number of property sales in London have fallen 20% in four years, with the biggest fall in the last two years. Given the overall property market remains active, if not a bit subdued, who are the winners? Continue reading UK property: where’s hot and where’s not?

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Bold Birmingham builds its future

It has been a while since I visited the city centre of Birmingham. Having been to look around the University of Birmingham in 2017, this trip did not take me beyond the University campus area. And what a revelation it was. I still had memories of the Bull Ring of yesteryear embedded in my mind. Continue reading Bold Birmingham builds its future

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Budget 2017: property- mad

It has been a long while since a UK Budget was so rammed with property-related matters, mostly supportive for those vested in the industry and luckily, not so much meddling with taxation, that has frustrated many-a-property investor in recent times. Continue reading Budget 2017: property- mad

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Effect of Rent controls on Property Ecosystems of England, Wales and London?

We are starting to hear calls for Rent Controls from some political circles in the United Kingdom. So it seems appropriate to ask, what will this achieve? Continue reading Effect of Rent controls on Property Ecosystems of England, Wales and London?

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Krakow, new and old. Infrastructure upgrades and UNESCO heritage site

It’s been a while since I have visited Krakow and my, how it has changed…and yet…. how it has not changed a bit. The first obvious change is the amount of roadworks and infrastructure changes. Continue reading Krakow, new and old. Infrastructure upgrades and UNESCO heritage site

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5 Property investor lessons from Catalonia’s push for independence?

The scenario, in many respects, has an air of familiarity to it. In the last few years, Europe has borne witness to the Scottish Referendum in 2014, Britain’s Referendum vote on EU membership in 2016 and now Catalonia’s push for independence has resurged. Continue reading 5 Property investor lessons from Catalonia’s push for independence?

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3 Sobering thoughts for soon-to-be investors

As the holiday season draws to a close and many holidaymakers return home, some may still hanker after far-away places, with their minds shifting from holiday-making to investment-making. Continue reading 3 Sobering thoughts for soon-to-be investors

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