LONDON properties near underground rail stations or universities are high on the wish lists of Singapore investors, according to a new survey.
But it also found that while location is important, investors here still want value for their money and are looking for yields of between 4.5 per cent and 5.5 per cent in the British capital.
“Units and developments around King’s College, the London School of Economics and University College London remain popular with local buyers,” said Ms Nina Davies, operations director of international properties at Colliers, which conducted the survey at exhibitions it held here over the past year.
The poll also noted that the number of first-time Singaporean buyers of London property has been increasing in the past five months.
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