With estate agents working from home during coronavirus, you can still buy your dream home here, with the help of technology. We find out what your options are if you wish to buy a property in Britain or you are already well into the process. Find out, too, how the industry is adapting to the crisis and see how future purchasers can fix their exchange rate.
With the pound falling by up to 10% against many global currencies in the past three months, buyers from overseas are taking advantage of the decimated prices. And with prices falling in the capital anyway, due to Brexit uncertainty, both returning expats and long-term investors are finding value in the biggest buyer’s market for over a decade. One thing we know, UK estate agents will be thrilled to see you!
For anyone looking to profit from property investment, the old rules about avoiding debt may as well be thrown out. So long as it’s the right kind of debt, explains Alex Marshall. You just need to take your opportunities and remember the property investor’s golden rule…
In Part One of our Build Your Own Home series, we’re looking at buying land to build in the UK, what you need from a dream plot and where to find the professionals necessary to make a success of your build.
If you’re living abroad but are considering purchasing a house in the UK because of Brexit, either to move back or as an investment, then you might be concerned that you’re not up to date with the British property market. Well, the good news is that everything’s in your favour. Keep reading to find out about market trends, the process of buying a property and key points if you’re moving back.