BUSINESS AS USUAL? HOW TO INVEST IN A POST-BREXIT MARKET

The UK has voted to leave the European Union – what does this mean for property investment?

YOUR GUIDE TO WHAT BREXIT MEANS FOR PROPERTY IN THE SHORT, MID AND LONG TERM – AND HOW IT HAS JUST CREATED AN IMMEDIATE GLOBAL INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

On Thursday June 23rd 2016, a 51.9% majority of the UK’s population voted for the country to leave the European Union.

The outcome of this referendum has just created a unique opportunity for international investors to capitalise on the UK's changing economic circumstances, both now and in the coming years.

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Act now and secure the strongest growth potential

The fundamentals that underpin the strength and resilience of the UK’s property market have not changed following the outcome of the referendum. But the immediate uncertainty, and subsequent fall in the value of the pound, means that UK property is now 12% cheaper to new investors than it was on June 23rd.

And once Brexit negotiations with the EU conclude, uncertainty is lifted and Britain’s economy begins to prosper once again, it will be those that invest now that will see the strongest capital gains and ROI in the coming years.

"Several of my opportunistic investors have said we really ought to think about this seriously, and to think whether we should take advantage of this new window in the market. Anyone who's not dealing in sterling would see an opportunity."

- Nicholas Brooke, Chairman of Professional Property Services for RICS


Topics include:

• How the UK’s chief economists have prepared for Brexit
• Why focusing on yields is now more important than ever
• The immediate investment opportunity that can lead to strong future capital growth