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Britain, the new hot spot for holiday homes

A UK-based holiday home company has reported a spike in sales, as it’s believed more investors are choosing second homes in Britain to avoid losing investment to a currency exchange.

Although the pound didn’t take the hit some had predicted when the formal agreement to trigger Article 50 was signed, there is still some uncertainty around the value of sterling against foreign currencies as the process of the UK exiting the EU continues.

This has thrust Britain into the spotlight for investors looking at holiday homes to rent as they can get more for their money staying in the country. There is also a high demand from customers, as more Brits choose to ‘stay-cate’ for similar financial reasons.

A record number of holidaymakers visited the UK in 2016, and numbers are predicted to continue to grow this summer, leaving investors feeling confident for a good return when buying holiday homes to let, or investing in commercial holiday properties, such as hotels and B&Bs.

At Together, we lend on various property types and look at the different purposes for an investment, so, whether you are a retiree looking at a leisure park home that can be let to holidaymakers for extra income, or a commercial investor looking at larger guest accommodations, specialist finance could open the doors to your new British holiday property.