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Q Hi, how easy is it to sell on student property? And what kind of sales price can I expect as a return? A Although a key benefit of owning residential property is that it can often be sold on for a considerable profit if carefully selected in

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Q Hi, I am considering investing in student property in the UK. I am from Kenya, can I obtain a bond to purchase a student property investment? What about residential property? Thank you A Overseas investors generally can’t obtain mortgages unless they already have property in the UK

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Q Hi, investing in property overseas makes me nervous as I am doubtful of my capacity to manage it as well as I am able to manage my local portfolio simply due to me not being physically present. Is this one of the advantages of owning

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Q Hi, Can you explain the concept of an asset class experiencing a bubble or being overvalued? Based on your last article, the UK student property market seems to be a good asset class to invest in. I take it you don’t believe the UK student

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The pool of global “travelling students” is predicted to double to eight million by 2025, with Britain set to attract more than the US, according to the British Council. These students need to live somewhere – and can pay. Due to the weakening of the pound

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Q Hi there, Please explain what the difference is between leasehold versus freehold property? I’d also like to understand if a freeholder is entitled to increase the service charge at free will - Mianka A Hi Mianka, thank you. I’ll start of by addressing the first half of

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Q Hi Arran - I am interested in investing. Please explain the purchasing process to me. What are the practical steps fron beginning to end or exchange and completion? - Darren A Hi Darren – Thank you for your question. The purchase process is straightforward as we aim

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Q Hi, I would appreciate your view on whether it is still a good time to be investing in UK property? A Yes, certainly for South Africans because of the political uncertainty currently being experienced in the country. On Friday 31st March 2017, the rand lost 9% to

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