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QIB-UK offers property market insights for investors

QIB-UK offers property market insights for investors

London remains a top international destination for Qatari nationals travelling during Eid al-Adha.

London-based QIB-UK, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB), has offered comprehensive and straightforward finance solutions for QIB private customers interested in investing in the London real estate market.
QIB-UK said it is “ideally situated” to support interested customers throughout the process of identifying real estate opportunities, accessing exclusive deals, obtaining the required financing, and efficiently concluding transactions.
“As Eid al-Adha approaches, London remains a top international destination for Qatari nationals travelling during the break. With real estate in the thriving capital demonstrating solid returns, it’s a good time to consider a property investment,” QIB-UK said.
Having recently partnered with leading global real estate advisory company, Knight Frank, QIB is able to offer customers access to “unique opportunities” in the London real estate market and to provide insight into the best way to acquire properties.
“With many QIB customers London-bound for Eid, the holiday period represents an excellent opportunity to view potential properties in person and make timely, financially sound purchases,” QIB-UK said.
Between 2015 and 2019, Knight Frank forecasts that the value of Prime Central London residential property is expected to increase by 23.3%, well above the predicted 18.2% increase forecast for the remainder of the UK outside of London. Knight Frank also provides reports about the drivers, opportunities, and threats from global wealth distribution, prime residential property markets, global cities of importance to UHNWIs, attitudes of these UHNWIs to property and investments, luxury spending trends, among others.
“QIB-UK’s real estate specialists enjoy extensive familiarity with the London property market and its dynamics and can therefore help guide customers towards properties and areas with potentially superior return of investments and help steer customers through the purchasing process,” QIB-UK said. To view London property listings before they travel, customers can also visit QIB’s website at http://www.qib.com.qa/en/network/qib-uk/properties.aspx. Listed properties range from lavish flats and residences to exciting new residential developments in the heart of the British capital. Detailed information on the listed properties’ locations and pricing is included.
Customers can submit an online request form indicating their properties of interest and they will be contacted by the QIB-UK real estate team, who can outline the next steps in detail.
“Part of our commitment is to provide our private customers with insights about the London real estate market. Through our partnership with Knight Frank, we are able to give our customers information about available properties alongside valuable research to help them decide whether to invest in London real estate market,” said QIB-UK chief executive officer Bert de Ruiter.
He added: “Our offering goes beyond real estate financing to cover the different financial needs of our private customers. We offer high net worth individuals a range of banking and cash facilities including long-term deposits, current accounts, and treasury products supported by dedicated relationship managers who are committed to providing the highest levels of personalised service.”

Source: http://www.gulf-times.com/eco.-bus.%20news/256/details/455789/qib-uk-offers-property-market-insights-for-investors



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