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Posts Tagged ‘UK Expat

23
May

What is the Most Recent Interest Rate Rise? On the 5thMay, the Bank of England raised the base rate by another 0.25%, bringing it to 1% – the highest base rate since 2009. Who is Most Affected? The base rate rise is obviously of the most interest – and concern – to those on standard…

16
May

Continued Competition for City Centre Rentals. The number of people looking for rental homes in UK cities is increasing. But, crucially for UK expat and foreign national investors, the supply of rental properties is not increasing. This means that prices are rising, leading to profitability for investors. Zoopla’s research showed that the demand for rental…

09
May

The early part of 2022 is showing all the signs of a buy-to-let resurgence, with the number of landlord purchases at their highest level since 2016. Liquid Expat Mortgages explains why UK expat and foreign national investors need to take note of this trend, what the future of UK buy-to-let might look like, and why…

02
May

‘We’ve recently been seeing a slew of UK expat and foreign national mortgage holders come to us looking to remortgage’ says Stuart Marshall of Liquid Expat Mortgages. ‘We’re going to take a look at why that trend has gained prominence and why it’s a great time for some UK expat and foreign national mortgage holders…

25
Apr

Stuart Marshall, CEO of Liquid Expat Mortgages, looks at some of the key takeaways from Savills’ April Housing Market Update to unpack the implications for UK expat and foreign nationals investing using UK expat and foreign national mortgage products. The Key Takeaways from Savills’ April Housing Market Update. Rents rose by 10.2% in the 12…

18
Apr

According to Hamptons, 37% of new homes in the UK in 2021 were sold before completion. Previously, the purchases of off-plan homes had been trending downwards – having fallen for the last four years. However, pressure on the supply of existing homes has reversed this trend and forced buyers to look towards off-plan. This move…

11
Apr

With post-Covid life in full swing, the rental market recovery continues to gain pace, which is good news for UK expat and foreign national investors using UK expat and foreign national mortgages. What’s Happening in the Rental Market? ‘The rental market is currently soaring’ says Stuart Marshall. ‘This is contributing to huge profits for UK…

05
Apr

With reports that inflation will average 7.4% this year, Rishi Sunak’s spring budget was expected to help mitigate the effects of the spiralling cost of living. With a view to doing this, the chancellor announced a 5p cut on fuel duty, a 1% cut in basic rate income tax (to come into force in 2024),…

21
Mar

Investing in a property using a UK expat or foreign national mortgage for its capital growth potential is a great investment strategy, especially if it’s for a specific purpose such as saving for retirement or for your children’s inheritance. Why Invest for Capital Growth? Treating investing in UK property as a long-term savings vehicle is…

14
Mar

As of 2025, new EPC rules mean that landlords will not be able to accept tenants in a property with an EPC rating of a D or below. And these new rules surrounding the permissible EPC ratings of rental properties have already begun to shape investor behaviours. What’s Happening in Response to New EPC Rules?…

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