UK Property Market Trends To Watch Out For In 2021

The UK property market is buzzing. High increasess in quarter on quarter transactions and a flurry of mortage approvals indicate a roaring demand for the nations real estate market.

Before participating in the market, the investor must first be aware of some trends to follow.

London is an ever popular property market, but 2nd tier and smaller cities are increasingly viewed by buyers.

The transaction are driven by a high demand relative to supply and a slew of other favorable ingredients for a lucrative property market. In the video above, we discuss the trends that are driving UK property in 2021, and what to look out for.

Later in the episode, we share some taxes that buyers in the UK need to watch out for, and how to determine what kind of investor you are.

As usual, we trust that there is some valuable insight in the video, and encourage you to stay tuned for future content.

▶ About the guest:

Myles is the research lead at Denzity, and is focused on producing educational content on overseas property investment. He is highly interested in Property Technology, and is a part-time researcher & writer at PropTech Institute (Hong Kong).

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Email: mylessilsby@gmail.com

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