PGP International Property Portfolio now offering astute investors more
According to Andrew Golding, CE of the Pam Golding Property Group it has never been easier to expand your portfolio to include prime international destinations. Apart from the diversification and hedging advantages it offers, it also provides opportunity for leisure use, permanent relocation, pure investment or even a means of acquiring citizenship.
“Lisbon in Portugal continues to rapidly rise in popularity, with the Portuguese Golden Visa Programme catching the imagination of savvy investors seeking easy access to the Schengen Zone or ultimately, permanent residency,” said Chris Immelman, MD of Pam Golding Properties International & Projects Division. “Barcelona in Spain, with its own Golden Visa Programme at the same entry level as well as access to permanent residency is also enjoying increased global interest.”
Immelman explained that Berlin, which offers a good entry level in an important European Union city set for major beneficiation from Brexit, is also offering appealing investment opportunities, while Australia’s Sydney continues to see unprecedented growth and a constant demand for real estate. Pam Golding Properties is currently marketing high-end properties in Sydney priced from AUD545,000 while luxury properties in Berlin can go for anything from USD338,540.
Paris offers investors an opportunity to acquire property in a financial capital and leading European city. Its solid tourism demand underpins a strong property market which, coupled with an attractive mortgage system, creates appealing opportunities for investors, with a range of residential property options priced from EUR314,000.
Pam Golding Properties’ International Property Portfolio also includes exciting opportunities in Mauritius and the Seychelles. “Mauritius has for the past 10 years consistently achieved economic growth of between 3% and 5.9%,” added Immelman. “Apart from its natural beauty and sought-after lifestyle, Mauritius offers a selection of villas and apartments from USD430,000 in coastal areas such as Grand Baie and Tamarin.”
With its stable political environment, favourable tax regime for investments, no property taxes or capital gains taxes, and the absence of foreign exchange restrictions the Seychelles economy is attracting investors from countries worldwide.
“We are marketing mansions and apartments, all with their own private moorings and priced from USD455,000,” added Immelman.
Top photo: Paris Porte d’Auteuil: Exaltis, a rare new build, is set within landscaped grounds, enjoying breathtaking views across Paris towards the Eiffel Tower and the Bois de Boulogne. Ninety-two apartments are priced from EUR540,000.