How is Brexit affecting the UK property market?

May 12, 2019

Why is that?

In a nutshell…Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham have seen substantial property growth. Population is increasing within these areas and many more jobs being created along with huge regeneration projects that are laying the foundations for economical and population growth. When a city attracts large amounts of people due to its success, these people need to have somewhere to live.


Higher paying jobs have lead to higher salaries and a continually high demand for luxury apartments. This is why we believe that until supply out strips demand these northern power houses will continue to be ‘hotspots’ for investors.”

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Is Liverpool just a successful footballing city or much more?

If you are a footballing fan like me, then you have seen Liverpool really packing the punches this season, just ask Barcelona! Liverpool has always had a huge international presence with its two football teams, Everton and Liverpool, slugging it out in the premiership or European competitions. What I have noticed is that they thrive on being the underdogs or, in Liverpool's case, being 3 nil down like Istanbul in 2005.


How exchange rates can benefit international buyers ?

Its no secret that the the British Pound has had a turbulent past few years, after the EU referendum back in the summer of 2016 the Pound has fallen as much as 25% against a basket of other major currencies.
What does this mean for international buyers?
Well the short answer is simple, if you purchased a UK property in June of this year, you would have payed a staggering 20% less than you would have done before the referendum.