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UK parents will lend a whopping £5bn to their children this year in order to help them take the notoriously difficult first step on to the property ladder. 25% of all mortgage transactions in the UK in 2016 will be partially financed by parents with an average contribution of £17,500. Over the course of the […]
Today’s blog is a guest post from Charlie Rosier, Director of our Investment Property partner Blackfish. 2015 has been a tumultuous year for the UK property market. December 2014 saw changes to the Stamp Duty threshold, which gave tax relief to over 97% of properties, but increased tax for the most expensive. The impact was […]
We are delighted to announce that Infinity has made a direct investment into the real estate advisory firm Blackfish. Over the past year we have worked closely with Blackfish on behalf of a number of clients and everyone has been delighted by the levels of service, the depth of their research and, ultimately, the successful […]
Investing in property came under scrutiny in the wake of the 2008 economic recession; however real estate, historically speaking, has always been a long term sound investment. While it may not be wise to invest all your assets in property, it is still a highly attractive proposition for many with diversified portfolios of assets. For […]
515 East 72 is a unique and exciting property investment opportunity in the heart of New York’s Manhattan Island. This modern condominium building in Manhattan’s popular Upper East Side has studio, one and two bedroom units for sale – all only a stone’s throw from Central Park and close to a wide selection of upscale […]
Many expats like to keep a foot on the property ladder back home while generating some income by investing in a buy-to-let property. Bricks and mortar are often a very sound investment. However, t before you get carried away with all that money you are going to earn, make sure that you consider it from […]
An exciting new UK based property investment opportunity has arisen in the charming city of Chester. This student housing development will be comprised of 36 en-suite student rooms located in two blocks close to the city centre and within walking distance of the University of Chester. The units have a guaranteed 5 year rental at […]
In troubled financial times, wealth management needs smart management. One of the most important things expats in Asia can bear in mind when it comes to investing is to realise the importance of diversity in wealth management. The argument is most simply put in the age old adage ‘don’t put all of your eggs in […]
Property investment can be a very worthwhile addition to a diversified and well-balanced portfolio. The continuing resurgence of foreign investment into property in Manhattan is reinforcing the borough’s status as a safe haven for portfolio builders. Our property specialists have been analysing recent data reporting that the supply of new apartments for sale in Manhattan […]
Multi-currency mortgages are property loans set up across different currencies. Also known as foreign currency mortgages, multi-currency mortgages differ in that they do not have to be set up across two or more currencies with portions of the loan being set apportioned to different denominations. Multi-currency mortgages are not only used when purchasing property across […]
Property investors are looking to London for recession proof investments. Wealthy Europeans are making moves out the failing Eurozone’s crisis hit economies and into the bricks and mortar of the UK’s capital. Asian investors are also taking note of the opportunities of London property investment with significant purchases being seen in both the residential and […]
Property as an investment can be an important component of a well-balanced portfolio. One of the impacts in Europe of the financial crisis has been a significant reduction in property prices. With lower mortgage costs and fewer local nationals entering the marketplace, this could represent an opportunity for expats in Asia to make European property […]
The 2012 Australian budget included two significant changes affecting Australian expats: Repeal of the 50% Capital Gains Tax (CGT) discount for Non-Residents Increase in Australian Tax Rates for Non-Residents We have summarised the important details and implications of these budget changes for reference. Repeal of the 50% Capital Gains Discount (CGT) for Non-Residents As of […]
Investing in property is a desire for many expats no matter where they are, and for many it proves to be a good decision. Property prices rise and fall in the same way that markets do, the main difference being that once you have bought the property, it is much harder to liquidate your asset if you need to. Aside from that, […]
So, tell me, do you have all of your affairs in order? Honestly? Or do you just think that you are organised and have planned ahead to ensure that everything you need to protect yourself and your family is in place? It is hard to keep up with all of the areas of our finances […]
The name is Bond, Corporate Bond…or Savings Bond, or Gilt-Edged Bond, or Junk Bond – OK, this is getting silly now. When we think about the best way to get an income from our hard-earned cash, many of us will think about bonds. This makes sense – a bond is simply a product that you […]
Interested in property as an investment? Well we might just have something for you. According to international property investment company St David Property now might well be the time to start thinking about a ‘pied a terre’ or a two-bedroom flat in central London. After all the market could well be within 10% of its […]
Interested in adding some property to your portfolio? If so you might well be interested in the findings of the 2009 Wealth Report as well as some other facts and figures from some of the United Kingdom’s main mortgage lenders.. The Wealth Report, which is distributed by Knight Frank and Citi Private Bank, came out […]
Most investors consider a bank account to be the safest component of their investment portfolio but the recent events with Northern Rock bank in the UK are a timely reminder that unexpected risks lurk behind unforeseen events. The 2007 Sub Prime crisis caused a global credit crunch that effectively cut off the funding requirements of […]
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