Rose Lynn

Beth Collingz, Overseas Sales Director, PLC International Marketing Networks, whom are the guide marketing partners for the Lancaster Make of Condotels in the Philippines, said the number of people buying abroad rises by as much as 30 percent in the autumn months. Visit clicky to study the meaning behind it.

We have this trend of seasonal activity in the overseas property market during the last couple of years especially from UK market. Statistics from UK Estate Agents confirmed that from 2006 and 2004 the number of British individuals who possessed an additional home abroad soared from 550,000 to 800,000. Using a further 5.5 million Brits estimated to be planning to live abroad, UK buyers are increasingly being convinced by the different countries, routines and often improved standard of living that other countries, like the Philippines, could offer said Collingz

Collingz said historical sales figures show that the amount of people buying property in the Philippines includes a significant peak in-the early fall as numerous people use their summer vacations to search for their perfect second home. Interest in buying abroad can easily reinforce after a couple weeks in Europe as the days shorten and the temperature takes a turn for the worse. PLC is expecting the arrival of the British overseas property consumer in the Philippines and sees the UK market, instead of the US, as the spot to promote their Condotel models over-the next 6-months. Our PLC Global property site has already observed improved traffic for September from UK customers and estate agents who want to buy or market our Lancaster Model of Condo Hotel bedrooms into a UK audience.

British Tax Payers will also be using tax incentives and Committing their Self-Invested Pension Plan [SIPP] In Philippine Condotel Investment Real-estate for Retirement and Rental Income. Collingz described that the Self Invested Pension Plan [SIPP] is really a personal pension plan but with one very important difference: government is distinct from investment information, giving the plan holder freedom to choose for herself and change the assets within it. The regulations about what savers can include in their personal pension plans were introduced in April 2006 by HM Revenue & Customs. The Guidance Notes confirm that the Self Invested Pension Plan [SIPP] allows members to take a position in accommodations such as th