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Apr

In 2020, Hong Kong had four waves of COVID-19 to contend with. But, despite this, Hong Kong buyers’ interest in UK property didn’t suffer as badly as many predicted. Though the early part of the pandemic saw a depression of interest in UK property, buyer interest was rising again by May. Without this interest in…

26
Mar

With the current political situation in China impacting on Hong Kong residents, many Hong Kongers are looking to move to the UK. There is still strong demand for UK property which compared to Hong Kong property is affordable and offers good yields and potential capital growth. Specialist Mortgage broker Liquid Expat Mortgages has over 13…

28
Feb

Amazingly, we’re already two months through 2021. And, with the vaccine rollout promising a return to some kind of normality before the year is finished, we took some time to sit down with Stuart Marshall, CEO of Liquid Expat Mortgages, to answer some questions from expats and foreign nationals about what’s happening in the UK…

23
Dec

Why Invest in UK Property? There are so many reasons to invest in UK property. One reason might be adding another source of income through rents. Another might be saving for the future through capital growth. As far as investments are concerned, UK property is one of the safest and easiest ways to build your…

18
Dec

Where to Invest? The housing market had a fantastic start in 2020 and, despite COVID-19, there has been no real let up with buy to-let investors taking advantage. Rightmove figures show that average asking prices are rising at the fastest rate ever recorded at this time of year. Meanwhile, the 2019 UK Cities House Price…

14
Dec

In part two of Liquid Expat Mortgages’ buy-to-let guide, Stuart Marshall continues his assessment of the buy-to-let market. “Despite many fears, 2020 has continued to be a very good year for buy-to-let investors in the UK property market. Whilst demand has eased slightly in recent months, it remains 34% higher than last year, whilst a…

28
Nov

This week, the UK government announced its pathway for emerging from the second national lockdown. Included in this announcement was the return of the UK’s tier system which places different areas under varying levels of lockdown restrictions. These restrictions are set to last until March ’21. So, with restrictions continuing until springtime and many expecting…

10
Nov

“One of the things that many found surprising in the aftermath of the UK’s first Coronavirus lockdown was the buoyant recovery of the UK property market. It’s been a keen topic of discussion here in the office and with our expat mortgage lenders” says Stuart Marshall of specialist expat mortgage broker, Liquid Expat Mortgages. “There…

06
Nov

Buying conditions remain good in the UK for international investors. This is reflected in the number of foreign and UK expat investors currently looking to buy in the UK. A weak pound, the UK’s stamp duty holiday, and a keen desire for UK property from Middle Eastern and Far Eastern investors is leading to a…

03
Nov

The Stamp Duty Holiday and Buy-to-Let Investors. Prospective buy-to-let investors are currently in a race against time to ensure they obtain the best deal possible and take advantage of the current investment opportunities. “The current stamp duty holiday has really stirred up the mortgage marketplace,” says Stuart Marshall, of specialist expat mortgage broker Liquid Expat…

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