Why invest in Europe?
Following the Brexit referendum, the pound sterling has weakened and inspired a certain appetite for discounted British real estate, with the average return reaching 11%.
However, the growth rate is uneven across cities and regions. The guaranteed revenue stream from rent and the strong growth potential in valuations in certain cities has started to pique the interest of individual investors in Great Britain and abroad.
Our choice naturally falls on Devon, a county in the south-west of England, which offers many advantages. Its beaches and national parks attract one-third of tourists to Great Britain.
Main risk factors: properties may lose value due to fluctuations in the property market. There is also a currency risk because the majority of investments are overseas.