To say that London is a global hub for business, culture and education would be an understatement. Residential real estate in England’s capital continues to be in high demand, despite recent housing reforms and Brexit—as Lodha UK’s new Lincoln Square development, rich in amenities and with easy access to the best London has to offer, testifies.
Real estate investment trusts, which pool resources to invest in rental-income properties, have led as the top-performing asset class and been the ideal response to low interest rates. Recently the GICS recognized this success by introducing a new equity market sector category for real estate companies, guaranteed to attract investors.
Hong Kong’s property prices have soared, due mainly to demand from the world’s wealthiest investors, especially Chinese. The Hong Kong government has taken measures to ward off international buyers, but there are still plenty of opportunities to snag a luxury property in this global hub, in exchange for a few million dollars.