Investing in Residential Property In the UK.

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Residential properties are one of UK’s largest investment asset class and runs primarily on total return basis which has been the most progressive investment asset for the past thirty years.

The reasons why Residential Properties are on demand:

One of the main reasons why institutional interest in this sector is in demand is because of the economic fundamentals of housing supply and demand for commissions that helps in generating demand for quality rented housing in many localities in the future.

Secondly, there is also evidence of strong political support for investing in residential through the Montage Review of Housing Investment which is an ongoing reform that has proposed to reform to Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) along with institutional support from the likes of Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) and the direct support to the development industry.

Herald Land Offers you a luxurious and exclusive residential property investment “Hoola”.

Located in the heart of the Royal Victoria Docks, London. Consisting of 360 individually designed and generously sized studios 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments in two iconic towers.

Property Highlights:

  • In close proximity to Excel and London City Airport
  • 2-minute walk to Royal Victoria (DLR Line) and 8 minutes to new Cross Rail Interchange.
  • Easy access to Canary Wharf, the City and the West End.
  • 5-minute journey by Emirates Airline Cable car from the O2 to the Excel

 

 

For Free Registration:  http://www.heraldland.net/register/social/

Contact: +971 4 440 3100

 

 

 

 

 

 

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