Non-nationals are becoming a strong presence in the new homes market, according to research from Hamilton Osborne King.
Non-nationals are becoming a strong presence in the new homes market, according to research from Hamilton Osborne King. Thirty per cent of the new properties the firm has sold so far this year have been to non-nationals from areas such as Eastern Europe, China, India, the Phillipines, South Africa and the US.
“This is a staggering proportion, particularly when you consider that this figure was under 5 per cent just two years ago,” said Ronan...
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