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.

On the Advisory Board and a Member of the Association of International Property Professionals (AIPP) the business has been vetted, approved and voluntarily commits to Industry Regulation and the Professional Code of Conduct. We are known for our quality customer service and non-pressurised approach to sales. Take a look at what our clients say

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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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Property investors and a UK General Election fudge equate to…?

Like the financial markets, property investors prefer a clear cut result. Clarity of outcome is good for lucidity of thought and action. But a minority Conservative government is unsettling all round. Continue reading Property investors and a UK General Election fudge equate to…?

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Where in Europe to invest?

Given there are a raft of political elections in the Netherlands, France and Germany between March and September of 2017 – in addition to the UK serving Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon by the end of March, where should you be investing your money?

Continue reading Where in Europe to invest?

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UK Buy-to-let investing has been getting harder, but what’s the answer?

The reduction in mortgage interest tax relief may already be starting to make it more difficult for investors to get mortgages, as some lenders increase Continue reading UK Buy-to-let investing has been getting harder, but what’s the answer?

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Majestic Manchester – snapping at London’s heels

The UK, and the way it is viewed by the world, is going through change. Yet many fundamentals remain about the investment prospects of its key cities. Continue reading Majestic Manchester – snapping at London’s heels

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Dear Asian Investor – with UK property interests

Dear Asian Investor,
I realise you may be concerned about the recent BREXIT Referendum outcome and that there are lots of unknowns, but here are some answers to your concerns. Continue reading Dear Asian Investor – with UK property interests

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Pension power or pitfall? What role property?

This year has marked a new era in pension freedoms. Those 55 or over are meant to be able to freely access their pension pots (defined contribution, not final salary ones). This will empower some, or could create a whole new set of dangers. Why is that?

Continue reading Pension power or pitfall? What role property?

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Greece – GREXIT or not – Where’s Archimedes to make the maths tally?

Markets don’t like uncertainty and the Greek debacle is taking its toll on the Euro. This may be good news for property buyers outside the Eurozone, Continue reading Greece – GREXIT or not – Where’s Archimedes to make the maths tally?

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