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Tags: brokers | Cityscape Global | UK property | Brexit | More Construction & Real Estate Stories Kuwait plans mega Northern Gulf Gateway project Dubai RTA completes work on two key bridges Azizi announces $204m new projects Future Cities Show to highlight home-grown solutions GE launches innovative energy storage platform Focus on American softwood at Dubai seminar Kuwait mulls new $12bn mega airport WoodShow success for Russian firms Saudi stone expo gets stronger Caparol Paints unveils range of summer shades LG Electronics launches new VRF system in Abu Dhabi Amna leads green technology sector at major expo Eagle Hills opens new sales centre in Abu Dhabi Aldar, Emaar launch $8.17bn strategic alliance Dubai starts work on fourth phase of solar park Dubai's Jameel Arts Centre to open in November Al-Bahar to launch two new Cat machines at Big 5 Heavy 65pc of Sharjah Waterfront City Phase One sold out ME overtakes Europe to lead hotel development pipeline Masy International celebrates 15 years of excellence Orascom, Al-Sahraa JV wins Fujairah airport deal Bahrain approves masterplan for 14-km waterfront project British firm to build aquarium at Mall of Dilmunia Painting walls is now an app away with Jotun QP awards Feed contract for North Field expansion Azizi announces four big projects in Dubai $408m contracts awarded for Azizi Victoria Omniyat appoints contractor for Dorchester Collection project fäm Properties offers football style sell-on clause Damac issues enabling works tender for Vera Residences document.write(''); { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "NewsArticle", "headline": "UK brokers focus on Mideast buyers at Cityscape", "alternativeHeadline": "UK brokers focus on Mideast buyers at Cityscape", "image": ["source/2017/09/05/ukprop.jpg"], "datePublished": "2017-09-05 15:26:19", "articleBody": " UK real estate brokers are preparing to take advantage of a surge of interest in British property at the upcoming Cityscape Global, a major real estate event in Dubai, UAE with Brexit providing reduced prices for US dollar pegged investors from the region. The event is running from September 11 to 13 at Dubai World Trade Centre. Niccolo Barattieri, CEO of Northacre, a UK-based real estate developer, said: “Further to the European referendum and the subsequent slump in the Sterling currency, residential property in Britain is currently providing up to 30% discount over the last three years for USD-pegged investors. “As a consequence there has been a surge of interest and activity from dollar-backed investors, particularly from the GCC and Asia.” Organisations such as Northacre, Copperstones and Knight Knox, another British real estate companies boasting a diverse property portfolio, will be offering advice on entering the British market as well as showcasing their latest projects during Cityscape Global. While the weak British pound has had a negative impact on many people residing in the UK, investors from countries with currencies tied to the US dollar, including the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, have shown healthy signs of interest driven by lower costs and market savvy intelligence. Andy Phillips, Commercial Director for Knight Knox said: “This is a particularly good time for foreign investors to enter the UK buy-to-let market as the current depreciation of the pound means that UK property is essentially being sold at a steep discount. “Approximately 30 per cent of our current business involves Middle Eastern buyers which is a good indicator of the health of the UK property market and its appeal to foreign investors.” More than a year on from the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, political uncertainty and a weakened Sterling have been key factors in the decision making process for global investors, driving demand for a more stable investment choice. Barattieri added: “Whilst the knee-jerk shocks of 2016 in the UK seem to have mostly settled, investors remain cautious of economic and political riskAs such, buyers are looking ever more for wealth preservation and asset diversification, and residential property looks set to become even more of a key lynchpin through 2017 and 2018.” “In such turbulent times, no one can truly make accurate long term predictionsHowever, as always in times of trouble, bricks and mortar make a sound investmentProperty provides a sense of permanence which cannot be match by many other investments,” Phillips noted. Northacre and Knight Knox are among many international investors exhibiting at this year’s Cityscape GlobalParticipation has been confirmed by countries including Egypt, Pakistan and Turkey, with a range of diverse projects set to be showcased during the three-day property event. Cityscape Global 2017 returns with support from Foundation Partners: Dubai Properties, Nakheel PJSC; Platinum Sponsors: Al Marjan Island, Binghatti Developers, Union Properties PJSC; Gold Sponsor: Tamleek Real Estate Registration Trustee; Silver Sponsor: Maryapi Real Estate Development; Project Marketing Sponsor: Aqua Properties, and Strategic Partner: Dubai Land Department. Cityscape Global is co-located with Building Healthcare, Innovation and Design Show, the regional business platform for build, construction, and design and innovation of healthcare facilities– TradeArabia News Service " } document.write(''); Calendar of Events $.ajax({ url: "http://www.tradearabia.com/events/event_dates", data: "action=showdates", dataType: "json", success: function(calendarEvents){ $("#calendar").datepicker({ onSelect: function(dateText, inst) { //datepickval = $("#calendar").datepicker( "getDate" ); //var myDate = new Date(datepickval); window.location = "http://www.tradearabia.com/events?country=%25&from="+dateText+"&to="+dateText; }, minDate: "-1", maxDate: "455", dateFormat: 'yy-mm-dd', // [rows, columns] if you want to display multiple calendars. numberOfMonths: [1, 1], showCurrentAtPos: 0, beforeShowDay: function (date){ for (i = 0; i document.write(''); Tools Exchange Rates Weather Forecast BBC World Service Ads Sectors | Information | About Us | Construction & Real Estate Energy, Oil & Gas Finance & Capital Market Industry & Logistics IT & Telecommunication Health & Environment Motoring Retail & Wholesale Travel, Tourism & Hospitality Government & Laws Media & Promotion Back to top Trade News Newsletter Events Business Directory TradeArabia Network Advertising Contact Feedback Privacy Statement Terms of Service Web Feeds

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