UK investors look to overseas property market for higher yields

November 2006
Mortgage Strategy;11/27/2006, p59
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the search of higher yields in property markets by the investors in Great Britain. The expansion and cheap fares have opened an opportunity for the investors to overseas market. They initially remortgage a property to afford the start-up investment in overseas so they can quickly take advantage of the capital growth of the second property to remortgage abroad and maintain their greatest borrowing at the lowest overseas rate.


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