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Nov

What’s Happening with Hong Kong Buyers? There are increasing numbers of Hong Kong residents who are looking to buy UK property. This is largely as a result of the evolving political situation in Hong Kong. Many Hong Kongers seeking UK property are taking advantage of the UK’s visa scheme for BNO passport holders, which was…

21
Nov

The increasing number of first-time buyer delays in the property market is leaving more room for UK expat and foreign national investors in the property market. Domestic First-Time Buyers Delaying Home Purchase Plans. As we entered into Autumn, we wrote our UK Expat and Foreign National Autumn Market Investment Outlook. One of the key points…

14
Nov

Rental competition is contributing to sky-high profits for existing and would-be UK expat and foreign national investors, with an average of 11 renters pursuing each property that’s available to let. Rental Market Competition. The fierce competition that has been taking place in the rental market in recent history is going nowhere as those looking for…

10
Nov

Economic and political turbulence has continually contributed to a weaker pound in recent times. When the mini-budget tanked the pound to record lows against the dollar, overseas buyers again began circling UK property in increasing numbers. And though the turbulence seems to be stabilising somewhat, international buyers are still keen to purchase UK property. Here’s…

17
Oct

Liquid Expat Mortgages’ CEO, Stuart Marshall, examines some of the key takeaways from new Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini-budget, and explains the implications of the stamp duty cut and mortgage rates for existing and prospective UK expat and foreign national investors. This is part two of a two-part article. To read part one, click here. Stamp…

11
Oct

Liquid Expat Mortgages’ CEO, Stuart Marshall, examines some of the key takeaways from new Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini-budget, and explains the implications for existing and prospective UK expat and foreign national investors. This is part one of a two-part article. To read part two, click here. The Value of the Pound. After the Chancellor’s mini-budget,…

03
Oct

With the constant uncertainty surrounding the cost of energy, Liquid Expat Mortgages explain why energy efficiency should be a top priority for UK expat and foreign national investors. Why are Energy Prices Rising? Energy prices are rising for a number of reasons. Most notably, the Ukraine-Russia conflict has meant that the EU have restricted the…

19
Sep

With many students starting or returning to university this week to start the 2022/23 academic year, Liquid Expat Mortgages examines the growing popularity of investing in the student rental sector for UK expats and foreign nationals. What are the Current Conditions in the Student Rental Sector? The appetite for students to study in the UK…

07
Sep

Hong Kong Exodus. In 2021, the UK government introduced a new visa programme for British National Overseas (BNO) passport holders in Hong Kong. The visa programme was announced as a reaction to Beijing’s newly imposed national security laws. Boris Johnson deemed these laws to be a breach of the 1984 Sino-British declaration which meant Hong…

06
Sep

With Autumn moving in, Liquid Expat Mortgages’ Stuart Marshall takes some time to react to Rightmove’s August 2022 House Price Index and examine what it could mean for UK expat and foreign national investors using UK expat and foreign national mortgage products in the rest of 2022. Rightmove August 2022 House Price Index – The…

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