- News & Guides
- Get In Touch
As the Brexit transition period ends, how will the UK’s departure from the EU impact the UK property market? Find out more with our free guide.
What impact will the UK’s new relationship with the European Union (EU) have on the UK property market?
As the UK and EU begins to trade with each other by the terms set out in the new trade agreement drawn up in December, many global investors will now begin to assess what this now means for investment markets.
Naturally, such a landmark event – no country has ever previously left the EU – will lead to some speculation and short-term volatility in some markets.
Real estate is an asset trusted by global investors for its strength and resilience during times of wider uncertainty. UK property demonstrated these qualities in 2020 amidst the coronavirus pandemic, as demand soared, and property price growth hit record levels.
Brexit won’t change any of UK property’s investment strengths. There are also plenty to suggest investment won’t dramatically reduce, either.
Indeed, a recent survey of high-net-worth investors from across Europe, China and the US found that the UK will remain the number one destination for residential property investment post-Brexit in 2021. You can read more about the survey here.
Select Property Group has produced a new guide to provide you with an overview of UK property investment in 2021 and beyond following the end of the Brexit transition period.
Download your free copy of UK Property & Brexit: What Does the UK Leaving the European Union Mean for the UK Property Market? and find out more about:
Now LaunchedMore Details
Complete & tenant-ready - Buy now and save on stamp dutyMore Details
New limited time payment plan on Phase 4 final propertiesMore Details