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Liverpool’s burgeoning waterfront could have a new addition with the news of planning application for a large residential and commercial space. Romal Capital have unveiled plans for 646 apartments at Central Dock, Liverpool Waters, spread over two white stone-clad 14-story blocks and four red brick buildings coming in at 10 storeys. There is also 2,500ft of... Read more »

House prices in London have risen by 72% over the last 10 years, leaving little wriggle room to rise further, Savills says. The North-South house price divide could narrow over the next five years, a report predicts – with property values rising at a faster rate in northern England, Wales and Scotland than those across... Read more »

It’s easy to doubt the UK property market at the moment. Annual growth is currently at its lowest levels in five years. London, arguably the main driving force of the UK property market, is seriously underperforming and the never-ending threat of the unknown in the form of Brexit are all playing their part. Anthony Doyle... Read more »

  Welcome to the Tuna Fish Property Newsletter. Good morning It’s back to normal here in the UK as this week marks the transition between the long summer holidays and the return to normality.  I’m expecting Christmas ads to start appearing soon with (only!) 111 days to go and the annual TV run-off between Strictly... Read more »

22nd August 2018

FINWEEK 15 August 2018

We are often asked by South African FINWEEK to advise investors – read the article here     Wealthy South Africans have a penchant for homes in the EU, investing into places like Cyprus, Mauritius, Malta, Portugal and Spain and even the Caribbean islands, many of these purchases made within those countries’ residency or citizenship... Read more »

property in the United Kingdom offers an opportunity to build wealth and benefit from monthly cash returns in sterling. Propwealth, a UK-based property investment company headed by South Africans, outlines the latest research highlighting the best, and worst, buy-to-let cities to invest in. Just released information from TotallyMoney suggests university cities and cities undergoing regeneration... Read more »

United Kingdom property offers South Africans an opportunity to develop their wealth and enjoy monthly cash returns in sterling. Buy-to-let is a massive business in the country, now exceeding £1 trillion, with many investors building lucrative property portfolios over 7 to 15 years. The UK offers a stable currency, and demand from tenants is at... Read more »

With South Africans focusing on offshore investment options, many are looking at the UK for property investment opportunities. Over the past months, and even with the uncertainty of Brexit, the residential property market has revealed some excellent deals for savvy investors. “We have seen a surge in people wanting to invest offshore, and more and... Read more »

Buy-to-let landlords can still expect to achieve double-digit yields when investing up north, fresh research shows. A new survey by TotallyMoney provides both an interesting insight into the market and a useful tool for buy-to-let landlords, revealing that the north of England, and in particular Liverpool, currently offers the highest rental yields. The research, which... Read more »

New research from Private Finance has revealed that the UK’s top BTL hotspot is now Liverpool, delivering landlords average rental yields of 8%, once mortgage costs are taken into account. As housing and mortgage costs have the biggest influence on yield, Liverpool takes the top spot as it has a combination of low average house... Read more »

The buy-to-let market is shifting quickly in England. This multi-billion pound investment class is now following rental yields rather than capital growth as people are forced to rent rather than buy. The resilience in the market is evident as UK investors, post the Brexit referendum and now an ill-timed General Election, “simply get on with... Read more »

The Barclays UK Property Predictor provides a three-to-five year forecast of property hotspots, revealing the areas across the UK where house prices and rental incomes are expected to see the biggest rises. The Property Predictor uses factors including rental trends, employment levels and commuter behaviour as well as current house prices to create an index... Read more »

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