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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 bottom, the company claims.
St David Property, who specialize in buying investment properties in the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Australia and the United States were recently here in Phnom Penh to conduct a property investment seminar. The property specialists were invited to conduct the seminar by us at Infinity Financial Solutions.
About 50 people were in attendance and they all hand one thing in common – an interest in property as an investment. In fact one of the points that St David Property Managing Director Tony Davies was at pains to stress before he even began the talk was that investment properties are NOT homes – they are investments. Davies went on to say that the property market in the United Kingdom was looking extremely attractive right now.
“The United Kingdom has a growing population and a shortfall of houses coming on to the market’, Davies said. “As such there will be a steady demand and renting or selling your property should not be difficult.”
So, if you like property and you want to invest then perhaps this is the time and London is the place. After all recent reports in the British press appear to back up Davies’ claims. According to some British newspapers demand does appear to be returning to the market. In addition foreign buyers are already taking advantage of the fall in the pound.
So if the United Kingdom is where St David Property are advising their clients to buy right now…where are they advising them NOT To buy. Well, the answer to that is Hong Kong.
“Prices have soared and that might not continue,” Davies said. Some reports state that residential property prices in Hong Kong have increased by about 10% in the first quarter of 2010. Others talk of a Hong Kong ‘bubble’ which could be about to burst.
So, if you’re into property and you’re into investment the UK looks like the place to be right now.
Hip, hip, hooray for the uk!
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