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Buy UK Property From Dubai

July 6th, 2017|Property Investment Guide|

Buy UK Property From Dubai |  UK Property For Sale | Buying International Property | Investing in UK Property From Dubai. Thinking of investing in international property and you are panning on finding UK property for sale. Contact our team for information! Hanover Square have expert consultants dedicated to the UK property market. Therefore, their [...]

Differences between Freehold and Leasehold Title

July 6th, 2017|Guide, Property Investment Guide|

UK Property, Differences between Freehold and Leasehold Title The UK property market is attracting several buy to let investors and many of our buyers from our Dubai office are regularly asking the differences between freehold and leasehold title when they buy property in the UK. International investors looking at the UK market for the first [...]

UK Property Market Steadies

July 5th, 2017|UK Property Market Update|

UK Property Market Steadies UK Property Market Steadies. 5 of the UK’s largest property services companies are dropping the Brexit clauses from valuation reports. Therefore, this is a good indicator that the UK property market is beginning to steady after the impact referendum vote to exit from the European Union. Valuation reports included 'Brexit clauses' [...]

UK House Prices Expected to Rise

July 4th, 2017|UK House Prices|

UK House Prices Expected to Rise UK House Prices Expected to Rise by a projected £40,000 in the next 5 years’ time. This is despite the uncertainty and "tremors" caused by the result of the EU referendum, according to forecasts from one think-tank. The Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) said that even though [...]

Stamp Duty Reform 2016 Budget

July 4th, 2017|UK Property News|

Stamp Duty Reform 2016 Budget What changes for property investors? Stamp Duty Reform 2016 Budget what changes for property investors? Now the chancellor George Osborne has delivered the budget for 2016. Labelling “Financial markets” as “turbulent” and insisting “Britain will be stronger safer and better off inside a reformed EU”. Osborne discussed a range of [...]

UK regional property markets well positioned to handle ‘Brexit’

July 3rd, 2017|Commentary|

UK regional property markets well positioned to handle 'Brexit' Investors and property buyers have been speculating on the how the impending triggering of article 50 and subsequent exiting of the EU, will affect the UK housing market. Latest reports suggest that UK Regional Property Markets Well positioned to handle Brexit We have seen the UK [...]

Weak Pound Means it’s time to Invest in UK Property

July 3rd, 2017|Advice, International Investor News|

Weak Pound Means it’s time to Invest in UK Property Since June 23rd, when the UK decided they would exit the European Union; there has been a strong weakening of the Great British Pound. The falling pound was accelerated by Prime Minister Theresa May’s announcement that Article 50 would be invoked in March 2017. Therefore [...]

House Prices Rising Fastest In Manchester

May 9th, 2017|Commentary, UK House Prices, UK Property Market Update|

House Prices Rising Fastest In Manchester House Prices Rising Fastest In Manchester; with annual growth of 8.8% and quarterly growth of 3.4% compared to the national average values up by 6.4% year on year and 3.5% in the first quarter of 2017. with average values up by 6.4% year on year and 3.5% in the [...]

Chinese Property Investors Keep Buying UK Property Despite Brexit

May 4th, 2017|Commentary, Property Market Commentary|

Chinese Property Investors Keep Buying UK Property Despite Brexit Recent data suggests Asian investors still have a strong appetite for investing in UK property. Despite concerns created by Brexit and the forthcoming general election. A recent report by JLL, has confirmed that Asian investors accounted for a staggering 28% of UK property transactions in 2016. A [...]

What Does The General Election Mean For The Property Market

May 1st, 2017|Commentary, UK Property News|

What Does The General Election Mean For The Property Market Theresa May has called a snap General Election. Only 2 Years on from the last conservative victory.  2020 was the expected date for the next general election. However, the election can be held earlier, provided that two-thirds of MPs back the move under the Fixed [...]