London housing market is the most attractive target for investment, according to data from Gordon Rock in 2013. This information is confirmed by eloquent figures voiced by Savills experts – for the last seven years through purchase of real estate in London, the treasury was replenished with £44,000,000 of funds received from foreign investors; over 110,000 of foreign investors has been attracted to the market in the recent years. At the same time nearly 50% of them are primarily interested in the purchasing of elite objects, worth between £1,200,000 and above.
Despite the current economic and political situation in the world, and especially in the market of raw materials, the interest in investing in abroad real estate remains fairly stable and even increasing. One of the most promising options for today investment in overseas property is the acquisition of student accommodation in the UK. It is in steady demand from tenants, it does not require large investments and has good yield.
Acquiring property abroad is a serious undertaking that requires setting clear investment objectives and goals. Why do you buy the property, when do you expect it to pay back and for how long? What funds are you planning to use: personal or borrowed? All these questions need to give an answer, and only a good understanding of investment objectives to start the selection of the object.
Potential buyers looking to invest in profitable housing, but running on a relatively tight budget, should definitely pay attention to residential complex at Chiswick Point, located in the fast growing area of Chiswick. This residential complex is the best place to stay for those who appreciate safety, comfort and silence as Chiswick Point is erected in the recreational area with a picturesque pond, waterfall and park area. At the same time the infrastructure of the residential complex leaves nothing to be desired from investment standpoint – it’s just a 30 minutes walk to the district of South Kensington. The district boasts numerous shopping areas – fashionable boutiques, restaurant complexes and respectable café. The complex is located in a walking distance to the prestigious Imperial College.
The most expensive real estate market in the world is located in the UK, more precisely – in London. This is where everything is sold and rented at a lightning speed. Taking into account a relatively small territory, the rapidly growing population and the high international demand for housing, a shortage in real estate opportunities is observed almost permanently.