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Far East property investors wooed by UK estate agent

High end and high profile estate agency Hamptons has entered what it calls “a landmark partnership” with Singapore Realtors Inc (SRI), a major real estate agency in Singapore.

This collaboration will aim to introduce Singaporean investors to prime UK properties and will further enhance Hamptons’ global reach.

Founded in 2005, SRI is described by Hamptons as being “at the forefront of Singapore’s high value real estate sector, with four branches and a network of 1,200 brokers. This partnership aligns with an increasing interest from Singaporean investors who want to purchase property in the UK, particularly in London.”


Matt Goldsworthy, Head of International Residential at Hamptons, comments: “There is no doubt we are witnessing a resurgence of Singaporean investment in London. The strength of the Singaporean dollar coupled with the apparent value in Prime Central London is drawing Singaporean investors back after a short hiatus.

“Buyers from Singapore have always demonstrated a keen interest, specifically in new-build properties, often opting to purchase off-plan. This collaboration offers SRI’s clientele a prime opportunity to leverage the expertise of Hamptons Residential Development Division which has the largest share of boutique developments in London, as well as access to property around the world through Hamptons extensive global network operating in 40 countries.”

And Anson Tay, Managing Partner at SRI, adds: “The UK’s property market, especially London, offers compelling investment prospects for our clients who are in pursuit of good yields and a stable economy in which to invest. We’re excited to bridge the gap between the UK and Singaporean markets, delivering unparalleled service and expertise.

“Furthermore, Hamptons’ stature as a truly global brand enhances the proposition as the partnership will allow Singaporean investors the opportunity to seek advice about purchasing single dwellings or large-scale portfolios in other emerging markets worldwide.”


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