Foreign buyers are scouting for completed units, such as these apartments developed by Capco near the West Brompton Station of the London Underground. Photo: Handout Foreign buyers are scouting for completed units, such as these apartments developed by Capco near the West Brompton Station of the London Underground. Photo: Handout
Foreign buyers are scouting for completed units, such as these apartments developed by Capco near the West Brompton Station of the London Underground. Photo: Handout

Foreign buyers are changing their preferences in UK housing market as pandemic stokes recession risks

  • Buyers want ‘camera-ready’ units in viewing as pandemic and social distancing force sellers and buyers to transact online
  • A rush for completed units could persist before higher stamp duty on non-resident purchases kicks in from April 2021

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Foreign buyers are scouting for completed units, such as these apartments developed by Capco near the West Brompton Station of the London Underground. Photo: Handout Foreign buyers are scouting for completed units, such as these apartments developed by Capco near the West Brompton Station of the London Underground. Photo: Handout
Foreign buyers are scouting for completed units, such as these apartments developed by Capco near the West Brompton Station of the London Underground. Photo: Handout
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