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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Poland: Buy-to-Let Pet or Darling of Europe?

When clients talk to me about Poland, they usually talk of wanting to diversify their property portfolio and view Poland as a Continue reading Poland: Buy-to-Let Pet or Darling of Europe?

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Student Accommodation Investments – what’s reality?

The Student Accommodation market is awash with investment opportunities and lots of claims to have the best investment out there. But what are the facts? Continue reading Student Accommodation Investments – what’s reality?

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Is the chancellor scaring pensioners off buy-to-let?

The UK property landscape has changed significantly in 2015. Firstly there were the pension liberation rules, which gave rise to news headlines of pensioners freeing up their pots of cash, to invest in bricks and mortar as ‘wannabe’ landlords. Official data from the ONS, Continue reading Is the chancellor scaring pensioners off buy-to-let?

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Cyprus-Is this the fastest turnaround in Europe yet?

Now not many of you may be thinking of Cyprus as a place to buy a holiday home, given what the country and economy went through at the beginning of 2013, Continue reading Cyprus-Is this the fastest turnaround in Europe yet?

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Investing in Property Abroad – 6 factors to evaluate an opportunity?

Which are the rising economic stars in Europe and present a serious option for investors seeking solid investment returns. An interesting way to consider this is by seeing how cities fare against six criteria established by the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) research ‘Benchmarking the Future Competitiveness of Cities’ Continue reading Investing in Property Abroad – 6 factors to evaluate an opportunity?

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Beginner’s Guide to Property Investing Overseas

Louise Reynolds of Property Venture® was asked to give top tips on property investing abroad in a Buy Assocation Hangout Continue reading Beginner’s Guide to Property Investing Overseas

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Istanbul Property or Real Estate Investor? Then think Marmaray tunnel

Turkey’s house prices are buoyant, rising strongly, by nearly 7% year-on-year at the mid point of 2013 (on an inflation-adjusted basis). Even more so when you consider nominal prices (headline figures, not inflation-adjusted), which reflect a rise of 16% over the same period.

So where are property investors putting their money these days? Continue reading Istanbul Property or Real Estate Investor? Then think Marmaray tunnel

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Poland: Cindarella of European Property market emerges

Poland Property – Post communist

Poland has trodden a long road to where it is today. In 1990, the country had ration cards for petrol, meat and chocolate. Horses were a feature of the countryside and occasionally idled through Warsaw. Most people worked Continue reading Poland: Cindarella of European Property market emerges

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Istanbul or Turkey property investors – think this is a “Turkish Spring”?

If you are a property investor or have bought an apartment in Istanbul, you might be wondering what is happening in Turkey. Istanbul’s unrest is a sign that more people want democracy higher on the agenda. Continue reading Istanbul or Turkey property investors – think this is a “Turkish Spring”?

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