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I love mix resi-commercial, they are no brainer, you can add so much value with planning; commercial element rented under full repairing and insurance term etc etc
Apologies for the direct question but where/how did you source a 3 bed for under £300k? I'm assuming it needed a lot of work?
Relative newbie here so just trying to make sense of it for myself.
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I must that 2.5 years of such a deep uncertitude (ref Brexit) have had such a "minor" effect on London, that prove how the London property market and economy in the capital have really strong underlying fundamental.
London is still the world’s top destination for investment in commercial real estate despite ongoing uncertainty about Brexit, well above both Manhattan and Paris, the next two biggest markets, new research shows.
Some £16.2 billion was invested in central London’s commercial offices in 2018 compared with £14.3 billion in Manhattan, £12.1 billion in Paris and £8.4 billion in Hong Kong, according to the analysis report from international real estate firm Knight Frank.
It also reveals, that while total investment volumes for central London were down slightly on 2017, the average deal size rose to an all-time high of £81.5 million in 2018 and it is predicted that there could be investment of £40 billion this year.
Greater China remains the largest source of investment in central London real estate, despite new capital restrictions imposed this year, accounting for £3.48 billion in 2018 and 21% of all investment in central London offices last year.Full/source article
If you look at property funds you will see a lot of cash sitting on the balance sheet
why is this
I think for two reasons
1 a crash and fund managers need to pay investors
2 they can see opportunities in the comeing years
my guss is its the second option and that’s why I am using property funds now
I can invest in London via pension and ISA investments
without taxation and hassle
London is a good bet in my opinion for commercial properties
Learn Change and Adapt ?????
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