57% of Buy-to-Let Investors Undeterred by 'Brexit Fatigue'

Posted: 25 April 2019

So-called “Brexit fatigue” is failing to deter buy-to-let investors from UK residential property, a recent survey by Market Financial Solutions revealed.

More than half of respondents to the survey – some 57% - said their investment plans will not change once Brexit concludes, whilst almost a third are intending to increase their buy-to-let property investments afterwards.

57% of Buy-to-Let Investors Undeterred by 'Brexit Fatigue'
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But, if you are one of the 43% that is considering changing your strategy this year, there are plenty of alternative investments that may work for you.

One such method of investing in property without buying traditional bricks and mortar is a loan note, such as those currently being marketed by property experts PrinvestUK which are offering a minimum return of 10% per annum.

You can learn more about their loan note investments by clicking here.