Chinese investments in London are growing

Posted 29 December, 2016

Many foreign investors are no longer perceive London as promising area for investment. After the United Kingdom has decided to leave the EU structure in June, the British real estate investing decreased by almost a half. Although less fastidious buyers from China and Hong Kong are continuing to buy assets in central London actively.


Chairman of Knight Frank Peter McCall has informed about the impressive amount of "Chinese assets" in the UK property. The total investment in London's real estate fell by 55% after last year's voting, when there was the level of 7 billion pounds. Chinese investments decreased by only 22%, to 1.25 billion pounds. This is without considering the current deals that will end till the end of year or already will be closed next year.

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