After helping 100s of British buyers purchase holiday homes in one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world, Go Investment have extended the help to buy scheme until December 2015.
Go Investments help-to-buy scheme was only temporarily to give first time buyers a chance to purchase a dream holiday home in the all year sunshine giving anybody a help to get on the overseas property ladder.
“But while 100s of first-time buyers have benefited,” said Ben Radcliffe, sales advisor at Go Investment, “the impact on the prices in the development will rise very soon.”
Top London property firm Go Investment enter into hotel development in Hurghada as property investment hits its peak in the red sea resort, since brexit.
Brexit has inevitably had a huge impact on the pound, which has weakened significantly against other popular global currencies such as the USD and the Euro. The depreciation of the pound has seen people who are purchasing properties in Europe and the USA paying up to 25% more for properties of the same value from this time last year.
The uncertainty of the property market in the UK since brexit, the increasing taxes on buy to let incomes and the introduction of higher stamp duty taxes for second homes have seen the UK buyers looking further afield when
Potential property buyers are sure to be attracted by the number of facilities, luxury modern design and excellent payment plans.
Go Investment has been working alongside Property Experts in Hurghada to bring an exciting new investment opportunity to the market. The due diligence has been completed and signed off by a leading independent lawyer and Aqua Palms Resort has now been launched.
Aqua Palms Resort is a unique modern complex in the heart of Al Ahyaa, a very up and coming area of Hurghada. It is