Our select portfolio of international property and investment opportunities
OUR KEY MARKETS
The United Kingdom has seen some of the strongest growth trends since the crash of 2008. London's property prices have skyrocketed and despite Brexit remains a market with strong demand.
Berlin currently offers some of the most undervalued property in Europe. At 30% of the cost per square meter compared to London, Berlin is set on an exciting growth trajectory.
For skiers, hikers and mountain bikers alike, Austria has incredible mountains that come with spectacular real estate. Invest in a beautiful ski chalet in the famous Kitzbuehler Alps.
Given the shifts in the South African economy, we have noticed a notable increase in clients looking for attractive real estate and investment opportunities abroad over the past year. Investors are looking to build their international real estate portfolios.
This division is not a mass product offering but rather a bespoke service to private clients looking to invest overseas. We have carefully selected specific cities and countries that we believe offer attractive growth and stability. There will be a limited number of units available and we will only offer projects that we believe add value.
Our focus is on international independence and building your international property portfolio for the long term. That means we are not looking for the quick sale but rather to help you diversify and establish a strong portfolio.
When your properties do well, we do well.
Focused, select, global property opportunities
Experienced team of professionals
Full service global real estate investment company
Sourcing properties in key markets
Offering investors access to diversify their investment portfolio through international real estate
End to end service including property management, assistance with exchange control and concierge travel arrangements
Why Invest in International
International independence through real estate
Diversify investment portfolio
Diversify and hedge against currency
Invest in first world markets
Economic and political stability
Balanced portfolio between local and international
Lower global interest rates