In the press

Experience Invest’s Brexit investor strategies report featured in media

  • Gemma
  • 30 Sep 2019
  • In the press

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In today’s uncertain political climate, Experience Invest has been busy offering its investment expertise to the press.

In September, we commissioned research and published a report explaining how investors were managing their financial strategies in response to Brexit, which was subsequently picked up by several major publications.

The findings explained that a significant number of investors are hesitant, adopting a “wait and see” approach – many are, in other words, delaying major decisions until things settle down. Nonetheless, the property market remains confident: a majority of investors believe there will be a surge of house-buying activity after the 31st of October and are keeping an eye on potential property investments.

The report received impressive coverage in mainstream press, affirming our position as industry leaders when it comes to unique investment insights. The FT Adviser focussed on the confidence of investors and how many were planning to increase their portfolios, while Yahoo Finance also drew on the positives, concentrating on what investor attitudes might mean for buy-to-let.

It was also picked up by the trade press. Finance Monthly quoted Jerald Solis, Experience Invest’s business development and acquisitions director, as saying that UK property, both commercial and residential, is still held in high regard amongst international investors.

Jerald explained further in mortgagesolutions.co.uk: “Once the dust settles, investors are evidently preparing to spring back into life, which could result in far greater activity across the UK property market.”

“While some parts of the market have slowed or dipped slightly, prices on the whole have held firm or, in many regions, risen steadily,” he added for PropertyWire.

As such, the coverage affirmed what many in the sector have suspected: that investors remain surprisingly buoyant in spite of the complex Brexit landscape. Moreover, we could be set for a spike in activity once the Brexit deadline passes and investors press ahead with the financial plans they have recently put on hold.

At Experience Invest, we pride ourselves on providing insightful and well-timed research. Our monthly reports and guides deliver valuable information and advice on all aspects of property investment. And as we have seen this past month, this same research is shared widely with the national and trade press, who feature it regularly.

For those who want to find out more, our new report – The post-Brexit investment strategies of UK property investors – can be found here.

Alternatively, if you would like to contact the Experience Invest team to find out more about how you can prepare for Brexit or invest in the property sector, get in touch by calling us on 0207 834 1113 or emailing enquiries@experienceinvest.com.

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