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05
May

UK Expats Registering Interest From Australia. According to the Expat Network, there are currently over 1 million Britons living in Australia. It is also one of the most consistently popular destinations for long-term British migrants (those leaving the UK for longer than a year) with more than 30,000 leaving the UK for Australia each year.…

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Apr

What’s Happening with Cash Buyers in the Buy-to-Let Market? Fewer landlords are purchasing buy-to-let property with cash. Instead, more and more landlords are looking to utilise buy-to-let mortgages. In 2017, 62% of landlords buying rental properties bought with cash. Since then, this percentage has been steadily falling. In 2017, 62% of buy-to-let purchases were through…

13
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…

03
Mar

In part two of Liquid Expat Mortgages’ Q&A, we take a look at more of our customer’s most asked questions on the UK expat mortgage market. Maintaining a Presence in the UK. Q: ‘I’m moving from the UK to Australia for work. I own a property in the UK but, in the future, I am…

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…

21
Feb

Despite the turbulent times and the impending closure of the UK’s stamp duty holiday, UK expat and foreign national mortgages are still available for those looking to invest in UK property. And investing in UK property is one of the best financial decisions you could make. An Appetite to Invest Amongst UK Expats and Foreign…

15
Feb

According to Zoopla, one of the world’s leading property portals, UK house prices are nearing their highest levels in four years – an average of £223,700. As of the end of January, house price growth reached its highest since April 2017 – 4.3%. But what does this mean for UK expats and overseas buyers looking…

26
Jan

According to UK Companies House, 41,700 new buy-to-let limited companies were formed in 2020. Information available at Companies House also suggests that, at the end of 2020, there are 228,743 active buy-to-let companies which is an all-time record. Given the benefits of buying in this way, it’s no surprise that more people are looking to…

20
Jan

2020 was a year dominated by COVID-19. But, propped up by various government incentives, the UK housing market remained resilient and resistant to the tumultuous effects of the pandemic. With Zoopla predicting that house prices will grow again by 5% through the early part of the year, there is one question that many potential investors…

12
Jan

For many, the end of 2020 has been a welcome sight. 2020 was a year of rampant uncertainty with most people around the world questioning the security of their employment and their way of life. However, there was one notable exception to this uncertainty – the UK housing market. Growth and Resilience. According to Nationwide…

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