With London’s property prices predicted to rise 12.6 per cent over the next five years and the recent extension of the Stamp Duty holiday until the end of June, the Capital’s property market could not be better suited to potential investors than it is right now.
On Wednesday 17th March at 6pm GMT, Barratt London will be hosting an ‘Investing in London’ webinar, with an exclusive incentive of a guaranteed 5% rental return for the first year to those attending the session. The webinar will be recorded and uploaded to the Barratt London YouTube channel on Thursday morning for those wishing to tune in at a later date or from overseas territories.
Current market trends will be discussed by a panel of property experts, as well as the effects of Covid-19 and top tips for investors looking to make the most of what the City has to offer.
Those tuning into the session can expect to hear from industry specialists including:
- Jennet Siebrits – Executive Director & Head of Research, CBRE
- Anne Ashworth – former award-winning Editor of The Times: Bricks & Mortar and The Times Money
- Marc von Grundherr – Director, Benham & Reeves
- Rachel Geddes – Business Principle, Mortgage Advice Bureau
- Ed McCoy – Sales Director, Barratt London
What will be covered in the webinar?
- Discover why now is a great time to invest
- A panel of leading industry experts will give a market update on London investment, including: CBRE, Benham & Reeves, Mortgage Advice Bureau, The Times Bricks & Mortar former Editor
- The benefits of buying off-plan and new from Barratt London
- Financial benefits of buying now and current mortgage offers, explained by Mortgage Advice Bureau
- An overview of our best investment schemes including yields and capital growth opportunities
- Have your questions answered by the experts
Topics will cover the benefits of buying new build properties, and of buying off-plan. The webinar will also explore current London investment opportunities at some of Barratt London’s leading developments, including High Street Quarter in Hounslow, New Market Place in East Ham, and No. 10 Watkin Road in Wembley.
Ed McCoy said:
“Despite the uncertainty brought about by the pandemic, London property still represents a fantastic investment opportunity for long-term capital growth. The UK’s strong economic and political foundations have kept property up there as the best performing investment asset over the past 30 years, and we don’t envisage this changing any time soon.”
To sign up for the free webinar, please register online at www.barrattlondon.com/investorwebinar