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London International Real Estate Investing

International real estate

Part Two of Three
By
Gary Scott

In this three part study about London international real estate investing we saw in part one that sometimes real value can be distorted by a local real estate crash. Use the arrow above to go back to part one about international real estate investing if you have not read it. Part one shows how (when I bought London international real estate) most London real estate buyers were not aware of inflation in other countries.

London real estate buyers were inadvertently beggaring their neighbors. London businesses could operate cheaper then elsewhere because it cost less to house their employees. This gave London real estate an unfair advantage. Their low real estate prices were not caused because there was a greater supply of London real estate nor were London builders more efficient nor were London building materials more abundant. London real estate was cheaper only because international real estate investors elsewhere had not yet seen the discrepancy.

London International Real Estate Investing Currency Distortion

Then prices really became cheaper when the pound crashed. I was lucky to buy when London real estate was beggaring their neighbors the most. This did not last long. Overseas buyers (like myself) caught on to the cheap prices and Americans, Japanese and Arabs began investing in London real estate. Prices soared. So much money flowed into London that the pound rose.

See how much currencies were worth.

International Real Estate Investing

Picture of Bedford Park where I bought my first London international real estate from Greatbuildings.com/buildings/Bedford_Park.html

London International Real Estate Investing Pushes Pound

As is usually the case the pound had been oversold at its bottom, so that it rose dramatically. The effect was shattering on my business (remember that at work I had pound expense, but U.S. income), but in my house sale, the results were wonderful.

London International Real Estate Investing Balance

Much of the profit I enjoyed from the sale of this house came from the very forces that later nearly ruined my business. I was sitting at just the right place at the right time and the falling currency earned me a big profit. Later (as you saw above) the pounds rebound nearly ruined my business.

The falling pound made money for me more than once. My clients cashed in also when I spotted both a real estate and currency distortion as you will see in the next message. Use the arrow below to go to part three of this three part series.

International Real Estate Investing

Learn more about international real estate at Ired.com

Gary Scott

For more on international real estate investing distortions go to Successguidelines.com

International real estate
London International Real Estate Investing
March 17, 2005
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