Golden Decade: Property Buyers Get Ready For Birmingham

16/04/2019
Golden Decade: Property Buyers Get Ready For Birmingham

Even though Birmingham is already home of the second biggest economy in the country, at £26.2 billion after gross value added, these are exciting times for Birmingham, with the phrase Golden Decade used to describe the next few years. The city has a fantastic location in the UK, it has a youthful and well-regarded skill […]

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09/04/2019
Why now is a good time to invest in Birmingham

Successful investment is dependent on timing. Knowing when to invest is just as important as knowing where to spend, and this is an issue that has plagued many investors and prevented people from achieving their property aims. However, there are times when an opportunity arises that allows you to buy in the right place at […]

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02/04/2019
Current Birmingham property overview

There is more than enough evidence to suggest Birmingham is a city worthy of investment. There is considerable infrastructure development taking place in the city, there are exciting events lined up for the next decade, and this is a young city with a significant proportion of residents being under 30 years old. These aspects combine […]

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25/03/2019
High Speed Rail and potential impact on Birmingham property market

If you are looking to invest in the property market or you are keen to know where best to buy your next home, it is advisable to be aware of significant developments. Transport links and improvements have long impacted on the property market, and there is no doubt that high-speed rail connections transform a local […]

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18/12/2018
After Brexit: Brits to Apply for ETIAS To Travel in Europe

With Brexit affecting how Brits travel to Europe, the EU has confirmed travellers don’t need a visa, but they will pay 7 euros every 3 years for an ETIAS, a document of the European Travel Information and Authorisation System. ETIAS, expected to launch in 2021 via the electronic application, will not just apply to British […]

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22/01/2018
Conditions in London in 2018 could suit long-term foreign investors

The negative growth and drop in asking prices seen in London’s luxury property market in 2017 could favour foreign investors buying there in 2018 for the mid to long term, in particular those using dollars or euros, said Spot Blue in January. Analysts forecast that Sterling has little chance of recovery against key currencies, at […]

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11/05/2017
Worst over for London’s prime market, as prices and falling interest begin to stabilise?

Signs point to a rebound in the depressed Prime Central London (PCL) market in 2017, with agents recording rises in transactions as well as stabilising prices during recent months. Transactions across the PCL market were 27 per cent down in the first quarter of 2017 compared to the same period last year, according to Strutt […]

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10/02/2017
Weak Sterling driving interest in London, as foreigners find their favourite spots

International interest in the London property is expected to be driven by the weak pound during 2017, countering any negative sentiment about Brexit, according to leading estate agents in the UK capital. London is regarded as stable and resilient, and estate agents are finding that cash-rich buyers from Europe, the USA and Asia are opting […]

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14/09/2016
Leading UK property expo attracting strong international interest

The UK’s largest domestic exhibition and conference for property professionals, MIPIM UK, has announced that the attendance of international investors and financial institutions is to be higher than ever at this year's event. AustralianSuper, Fosun Property Holdings, GIC Real Estate, PGGM, Qatar Investment Authority and Teacher Retirement System of Texas are among the investment heavyweights […]

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27/06/2016
Why the Brexit backlash could be a blessing for London’s luxury property market

Financial markets reacted sharply immediately after the UK voted for Brexit, with the pound touching 30 year lows and global equity markets initially crashing up to 10 per cent, although there could be a silver lining for the Prime Central London property market. Cast your mind back to 2008 in the wake of the Lehman […]

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