A growing number of our clients are expatriates who wish to invest in property in the United Kingdom, especially, Greater London: still considered a relatively safe haven to help achieve some their long-term financial investment goals, while living and working abroad. 
Buying property in the UK to let-out to tenants continues to prove popular with a growing number of British expats, wishing to secure long-term investments in the UK. 
While property in the UK tends to be more expensive than in Europe, UK property, especially in London, is considered a reliable investment opportunity on a long-term view. Experts predict a slow but steady growth for the UK market overall in coming years. 
We have helped clients from around the world to arrange mortgage finance in the UK, more so recently from United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, USA, Singapore and Spain. 
We work with experienced tax advisors and lawyers in order to provide our clients with the best solutions. Our clients are encouraged to ensure that they take into account all aspects of a potential property investment. There are costs beyond the price of the property and once a client is aware of such extra costs and how they are levied, they are then in a position to make a sound decision about their property investment in the United Kingdom. 
As an expat, your funding options from traditional UK mortgage providers are limited; most independent mortgage advisers do not know their way around what can be a challenging and restricted lending market. As a result, mortgage applications for expats are often referred to us by other mortgage brokerages. 
Financial Solutions has built strong relationships with lenders that are active in the expat lending arena. Accordingly, our specialist advisors are well-placed to oversee the mortgage process for expats who want to purchase a property in the UK, as a main residence, as a second home or for buy-to-let investment purposes. 
For more information on expats investing in the UK property, contact Nigel Osgood: 
01628 594433 
• nigel@fshb.co.uk 
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage 
Changes in the exchange rate may increase the sterling equivalent of your debt. 
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