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How do we keep investors interested in UK property? answerStudent
The investors can be simple to invest in UK property. For example, a lot of Chinese would like to invest estate in the UK but they cannot understand english and they do not know the process etc. So, may we can translate a number of different language, and build a formal website and simple process to invest, which are to engage more and more foreigner investors. Finally, as the more and more investors contribute, the price of estate will increase constantly, we can keep investors interested in UK property.
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