Grant Property has launched a bespoke property portfolio building service to the market in response to the increasing demand for UK properties from overseas investors.
The Edinburgh-based property specialist has created the new Aspen Personal Portfolio (APP) proposition for both UK and overseas clients to allow private investors a hassle free way to manage and grow large portfolios. The last 12 months saw record-breaking levels of inward investment into the UK residential market and the demand from investors looking for high returns with low volatility.
Guided by a team of property experts using a tried and tested formula, the Aspen Personal Portfolio allows clients to access innovative investment services across the UK. It allows investors to take a hands-off approach to the growth and management of their portfolio handled by local experts without the fees of traditional property funds. The company has extensive experience building and managing portfolios of up to £100m and provides investors a full, end-to-end service, including sourcing, renovating, managing and selling.
Michelle Grant, director of Grant Property, said, “Investors are showing record interest in UK properties and they recognise that the traditional properties we specialise in will give them higher returns than new builds. We are seeing increasing demand from investors looking for a service that will allow them to drive returns from the UK property market with minimal time investment.
“Residential property consistently outperforms other investment asset class with long term growth in house prices of around 7% per annum for the last 30 years.”
With house prices remaining robust in prime city centre locations and a shortage of properties on the market, Grant Property consistently sees the investor and tenant demand outstrip supply across the country. With an average 98% occupancy across Grant Property’s portfolio, the buy-to-let market remains a secure option for investors.
For more information on Grant Property visit www.grantpropertyinvestment.com.