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Weak Economy Gives 

International Property Investors Green Light

Weak Economy Gives International Property Investors Green LightThe surge in Central London property values has failed to deter overseas property buyers who are still actively purchasing available residential accommodation.

Ironically it is the weakness of Sterling (GBP) that has made residential property in the UK capital attractive to international property investors, helping to fuel strong demand for residential property in London from foreign investors, according to one residential estate agent.

As we previously reported in February international property investors are already targeting high rental yields from rental properties in the UK (read full story here)

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UK attracting Overseas Property Investors

UK attracting Overseas Property Investors

High Rental Yields Producing Property Profits

Chinese, Malaysian and Far East property investors are buying large swathes of investment properties in the UK as they are being drawn in by strong rental yields and weak economy as the price of Sterling (GBP) is overshadowed by the strong Yen.

This influx of Far Eastern property investors is driving the demand for new build investment properties in the UK’s major regional cities and their appetite for property profit is outpacing demand from Greek, Italian, German and other European property investors who are also keen to snap up property bargains.

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The USA residential real estate (property) sales market is witnessing an influx of Chinese property investors, purchasing for both investment purposes and for personal reasons.

Research by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) show that the Chinese are just behind Canada as the largest group of overseas purchasers of USA property.

USA today revealed that cities such as New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles are proving to be popular destinations with overseas residential property buyers.

  • 40% of Chinese purchasers are motivated by attractive investment opportunities.
  • 60% buy properties with the intention of sending their children to school in the USA, immigrating or for business purposes.

Sales of investment property in the USA also appear to be booming, with the NAR publishing a study that shows a 64.5% increase during 2011.
Deals on holiday homes saw a 7% rise in the same period.

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