How do we keep investors interested in UK property?Student
Globalization breaks the barriers for business organizations and individuals to invest in other countries more easily. One way of investment is invest in properties, which is attractive because it has lower risk than share or bonds, also people can sell the properties out in case they need cash. To attract foreign investors, Development Securities should make sure the properties is in a good location which means highly in demand. For example, more foreign students are studying in UK, their parents may want to buy a property in UK in stead of paying rent for years. Therefore the location should be close to universities.
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