Call us today: +44 (0) 20 3551 6634
A real estate expert has said a surge in interest in South African houses suggests confidence is returning to the overseas property market.
Figures released by property website Rightmoveoverseas.co.uk indicate that recent months have seen a significant increase in searches for houses in the Rainbow Nation.
Robin Wilson, head of the overseas sector at the firm, said expatriate buyers may be attracted by the country’s spectacular scenery, good weather and widely spoken English.
Further reports indicating returning stabilisation came from the country’s First National Bank, which suggested that after steep falls in the first few months of this year prices were beginning to rise, as August saw an average increase of 1.8 per cent, compared to the previous month.
While the index is still in decline on a year-on-year basis, the rate has slowed from 8.5 per cent in July to 7.4 per cent deflation in August, it added.
Expatriate Group.Delmon House,36-38 Church Road,Burgess Hill,West Sussex,RH15 9AE
Registered Address.35 Ballards Lane,London,N3 1XW
Tel: +44 (0)20 3551 6634Fax: +44 (0)870 428 5141Email: email@example.com
Short Term Healthcare Insurance
Travel Medical Insurance One Way Travel Insurance Single Trip Travel Insurance Annual Multi-Trip Travel Insurance Non UK Resident Travel Insurance Business Travel Insurance
About Us Useful Links Leave a Review Our Awards The Press Room Satisfaction Survey Downloads Legal Notice Underwriters Hospital List
Emergency Assistance information Short-Term Healthcare Working Abroad Insurance Thailand Health Insurance Family & Friend Benefits
Register as an Intermediary Opportunities for Brokers
Expatriate Group & Expatriate Healthcare are trading styles of Strategic Insurance Services Limited who is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). FCA Firm reference Number is 307133. Strategic Insurance Services Limited is authorised to carry on Regulated Activities in accordance with the permissions granted by the FCA under PART IV of the Financial Services and Markets ACT 2000.