Why UK Property

  • The property rental market appears recession proof;
  • Rents are set to continue to rise, as does tenant demand;
  • Landlords constantly increasing their portfolios;
  • People have a fascination with property, its interesting;
  • Property will always have a value, unlike stocks and shares;
  • Rent can be guaranteed making it an attractive investment;
  • The average age of first time buyers is nearly 40;
  • Over 3.8 million private rented sector homes
  • 1.8 million landlords in the UK
  • The UK has a huge and expanding student market;
  • The UK is often the No.1 choice for foreign investment;
  • UK interest rates are historically low
  • Rent usually covers mortgage payment;
  • Future equity growth offers potential for equity cash release;
  • The Barker Review projects a major housing shortfall;
  • As developers build less homes, demand will outstrip supply;
  • Income earning and leveraging asset;
  • Growing and ageing population;
  • Banks love property, its proven;
  • Pensions are collapsing and remain unpredictable;
  • Another ‘Buy To Let’ boom imminent;
  • Expanding transient work force;
  • High divorce rates-more tenants;
  • Housing is a basic requirement, we all need somewhere to live;
  • Money availability is consistently improving;
  • House price date is consistent and encouraging;
  • The owner chooses the tenants;
  • What, if any, is the safer alternative?
  • Tenants usually pay all utility expenses;
  • Low level entry (deposit);
  • UK cultural trends for home ownership;
  • Town and Country Planning Act 1947 is a major factor;
  • UK Rich list of 500 is property driven;
  • Greenbelt restrictions means land shortage;
  • There are so many income streams in property, mortgages, insurance, furniture, maintenance, refurbs, utilities, sourcing, portfolio building, landlord fees, management commission associate referrals, networking, trade professions…
  • Property is the asset class of the rich.