“The ongoing demand for property in the capital is attributed to its limited supply and the easing of COVID-19 restrictions. Judging by the current trend, real estate in the entire country is being snapped up much quicker compared to previous years. Outside of London,
the UK government is investing over £16 billion into infrastructure, connectivity and helping companies set up bringing with it new jobs in regeneration areas such as Manchester and Birmingham. This makes these areas good places to invest now, as investors can expect high appreciation and increased yields of 3.5-4 percent,” said Seth.
Qima Real Estate currently offers a range of popular UK projects including DAMAC Nine Elms, West End Gate, The Green Quarter, Horlicks Quarter, Prince of Wales Drive, Bankside Gardens, Kings Road Park and The Laundry, among others.