TENNANT STREET LOFTS
X1 MANCHESTER WATER - BLOCK C
KING'S CROSS QUARTER
INFINITY WATERS II
COMPLETED in Birmingham city centre. LAST 4 UNITS!
Tennant Street Lofts - 6 units SOLD in the last 2 days. Low entry price from HKD2,550,000. Mortgaged buyers accepted, minimum cash required only HKD640,000. Located right next to Central Business District.
Planning Permit Now Granted for X1 Manchester Waters Block C
The previous two blocks were very well received and promptly sold out. Even before Block C's planning permit was approved, 52 units were reserved on a no-planning basis. Now that it's officially launched, available units will be gone even quicker!
BANK OFFICERS TO SPEAK ABOUT UK MORTGAGE AT SEMINAR
Liverpool's new city icon residential development - Infinity Waters (Phase II) will be launched exclusively by Sky International. Our seminar will take place at the prestigious Mandarin Oriental hotel, while bank representatives will be the guest speakers explaining UK mortgage, and accepting applications.
EXCLUSIVE INITIAL LAUNCH - LIVERPOOL'S NEW CITY ICON
DATE: 1,2 Dec 2018 (Sat, Sun)
EXHIBITION: 10am - 7pm
SEMINARS: 12pm, 2:30pm, 5pm
VENUE: Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
LIMITED TIME OFFER - THE CURVE II, BIRMINGHAM
Special promotion on THE CURVE II:
- 3% discount
- Stamp Duty absorbed
- Rental guarantee of 5% for 2 years
Sky's Director Interviewed on UK PropertiesDiscussion topics: Why invest in the UK; Returns on UK properties; How to spot investment potential; New policy re Stamp Duty exemption; Procedures of renting a flat; Sky's one-stop-shop services
BLACKFRIARS CIRCUS●London Zone 1●COMPLETED●HKD6,170,000+●500-1032sqft●Studios/1/2/3/Penthouses●Listed developer●Prime location:surrounded by 3 tube stations,walking distance to London eye & borough market●Most homes with winter garden or balcony
Our service has begun even before we reach you. Prior to recommending a project, we need to be very positive about its chance of achieving high rental and capital growth, and of course be sure it is 100% safe to invest in. Each of our projects has been backed by systematic researches on the developer, the area, the market, and the financials, before being presented to you.
At Sky, each of our consultants has a deep understanding of all the projects and markets in which we operate. They will work with you to develop your personal wealth strategy profile and offer advice that is perfectly tailored to suit your specific investment needs.
Mortgage is a powerful tool. With the same amount of cash, 3 properties can be bought using mortgage instead of 1 if bought outright. Most of our projects can be financed by mortgage of up to 75% Loan-To-Value(LTV). Before you proceed your investment, Sky’s mortgage specialists will assess your situation, give important advices so to make sure of a smooth payment process afterwards.
Solicitors will be recommended. Every payment you make to the developer, you pay it to their solicitors via yours. That way, your interest is safeguarded. We will then connect you with the best mortgage according to your circumstances. Our team will guide you through the whole process and monitor development milestones until the project’s completion.
Rental return is one of the key components that affects your portfolio performance. Sky endeavours to help you achieve maximum return by searching for a new tenant in advance, pricing the rent appropriately, promoting your property to gain more interest, ensuring the quality of tenant, making sure rents are paid on time, and handling renewals or finding the next tenant with minimum fees by our contractors.
While investing in overseas properties, the maintenance, collecting rent, meeting local tax and legal obligations can seem too complicated for an investor in another part of the world. Working closely with the local lettings experts, Sky will make the day-to- day property management as straightforward as possible.
Deciding the best timing to cash in your investment can be a hard task for investors, who would need to be constantly up to date with the UK property market. Sky’s consultants are in an advanced position to advise the best timing to put the property up for sale, with a wide variety of channels to execute your sale instruction.
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Events & Seminars
● Developer's background
● Why invest in the UK? in Liverpool?
● Liverpool's new city icon
● Buying properties in the UK: Legal procedures? Expenses and Taxes? Mortgage application?
● The real end-to-end service
1-2 Dec 2018 (Sat, Sun) 10am - 7pm ; Seminars: 12-1pm, 2:30-3:30pm, 5-6pm
Victoria Room, 2/F, Mandarin Oriental, 5 Connaught Road Central, Hong Kong
"London prices are dropping," some people suggest. They ought to be clearer about which part of London they are referring to. Greater London areas between zone 3 to zone 6 have still recorded 5-7% growth in the last 12 months. It is the very central part of London that has seen drop in prices. In our session, we'll examine which areas have outperformed others and will continue to do so.
- History of Salford Quays
- Development of MediaCityUK
- Chinese capital influx
- Mass population of office workers
- Property prices and rents statistics and forecast