Some British property experts say that investing in real estate in Europe can be tricky but, by thinking smart and investing in the right places at the right time, you would have made the right decision anyway, even during the current Brexit chaos.
On the contrast, chief economist Mr Simon Rubinsohn believes that the property market is still “fractured” and that some governments are likely to introduce tough policies for property and tax increases. The period we are living in may seem to be doing ok from an economic standpoint but this can’t continue for too long.
The fact of the matter is, different experts will share a different point of view, but one thing is certain, in the long run, it will be a fantastic investment.
Furthermore, with the decision to nominate Ms Christine Lagarde as the next president of the EU Central bank, to succeed Mr Mario Draghi, will seem as a surprise to some but she will play an effective role in taking Europe to newer, better economic heights as she has proven in the past with the 2008 financial crisis.
Private investor Tiho Brkan, who manages HNWI’s wealth and focuses on Real Estate in over 70 countries expressed himself over a tweet that he would re-invest in European real estate after reading the news about IMF’s Christine Lagarde winning over EU support to lead the EU Central Bank.