Baron & Cabot, a UK property investment company has launched their new base in Kenya to finally help Kenyans to invest in property within the UK in a simple and effective way.
“Baron & Cabot is undoubtedly the fastest growing UK property investment company in the world,” remarks Mark Pearson, founder of Baron & Cabot. We aim to help Kenyans with the ability to provide mortgages and buying of property through thorough research for the safety of their investment in the UK.” said Mark Pearson, founder of Baron & Cabot.Investing in property in the UK is greatly considered to be one of the lowest risk investments in the world, with consistent long-term returns factored in by continuous growth within the country. Baron & Cabot has built a market leading research strategy for the investor to simply just choose what would be suitable for them. The investor is also granted a step-by-step guide on sourcing the right property to purchase in the UK. This gives the investor the power and confidence to ask the right questions for profitable property investment.
“As the demand for property investment rises within African investors, our main goal is to make sure the process of property investment always remains transparent and simple.” added Mark Pearson.A great opportunity presented by the UK is that foreigners can legally buy property or have banks offer favourable mortgage terms for investment. This investment platform gives Kenyans an opportunity to invest in property with ease and without limitations. Thus, while seeking to invest in property, Baron & Cabot stands out to be the paramount property investment organization that an investor can trust through the investment process.
“Our introduction in Kenya will greatly impact property investment and sourcing in the UK, thus creating more options for investors”, says James Walsh, Head of Sales at Baron & Cabot Research.Baron & Cabot has worked with investors across the world and impacted many from their first to fifty first properties. This expansion creates a great opportunity for African investors.