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Expats

There are hundreds of thousands of UK expats spread right across the globe, many semi-retire to Spain, France or Portugal, while others progress their career in Accountancy, IT, Finance, Oil/Gas  in places such as Caymans & BVI, Gibraltar, Malta, Dubai or Hong Kong.

Some look to start a new life in Australia, Canada or the USA. The world has certainly got smaller with better travel links and high speed global communication.

As an Expat you may still feel very much connected to the UK and see it as a safer place to continue to hold or to invest in property.

In addition with the uncertainties surrounding Britain's exit from the European Union. Expats particularly in Europe may be considering re-investing back into the UK property market to give additional peace of mind in a post Brexit environment.

However, it has been extremely difficult for UK Expats to obtain finance to secure property purchases back in the UK, especially where their income is in a different currency, or if there is no current address footprint in the UK. Additional complications arise when refinancing property in the UK on a Buy To Let basis.

Pleasingly we are working closely with innovative lenders and new specialist lenders in the UK who understand the unique opportunity to lend to Expats wanting to purchase or refinance property in the UK.

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