David Johnson: What a post-Brexit property investment market could look like
While new obstacles to trade are sure to emerge, Britain’s openness to real estate investors is unlikely to alter. If anything, it will solicit greater investment than before
At 11pm on Friday, December 31, 2020, Britain officially exited the European Union’s regulatory orbit, free to seek its fortune as an independent entity.
For property investors, domestic and overseas, the withdrawal has raised multiple questions. Just days before, the British government agreed a trade deal with the EU covering goods but not services. Would any new conditions apply to real estate?
At first glance, very little has changed for property investors. Their ability to...
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