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Property Investment

Brexit and current affairs are creating and increasing the red-tape surrounding EU and worldwide travel, making the ‘Stay-cation’ ever more attractive. Rising temperatures in the UK have been enjoyed, especially the Isle of Wight with record-setting temperatures in recent years. Tourists and UK holiday makers are turning towards the Stay-cation for all the above reasons, ensuring the Buy-to-Let investment of your own holiday home gains attractiveness. The UK tourism economy is booming and is projected to grow from £126.9b to £257b in the space of 2013 to 2025.

An article from has highlighted the following quotes:

Sean McCann, chartered financial planner at NFU Mutual, says: “Holiday lets have a number of tax advantages over buy to let, which makes them a popular investment, particularly given the raft of changes for the BTL market over recent years. Even so – it’s important to factor in the time you’ll need to spend and on-going costs, as with any investment decision.”

Karen Spencer, from advice website The Business of Holiday Rental, says:

“On a week-per-week basis holiday lets can provide a higher income than buy to lets – although a successful holiday let takes time, and you have to work hard to market a property to ensure bookings.”

The interesting and balanced article can be viewed here:

With a dampening UK residential buy-to-let market caused by factors such as legislation changes on residential properties stamp duty’s, increased tax rates, decreasing rental prices- across much of the residential buy-to-let market, is now pointing UK investors into the direction of the UK Holiday home ownership market and Billions of institutional pounds have been invested into UK holiday homes and parks in recent years.

After purchasing your Holiday home in Seaview, Choosing to let you property is easier and more accessible than ever. You have the option to let your property individually or through our established and trusted multi-channel rental program.

BUY WITH CONFIDENCE – buy in the knowledge that your purchase is protected by the Consumer Credit Act of 1974.

Why buy a Holiday Home?

The Isle of Wight is one of the most nostalgic, historical and beautiful holiday destinations in Britain. We invite you to enjoy everything our home has to offer; it’s time to sit back and relax on ‘Island Time’.

From iconic attractions such as the oldest amusement park in the United Kingdom, Blackgang Chine, to visiting Queen Victoria’s royal summer home, Osborne House, to the exclusive and stunning sunny beaches of Priory Bay and Steephill Cove, our Island is full of tranquillity, adventure and fun around every corner, for every age.

We can’t forget to mention the ever welcoming Islanders who are proud of its reputable history as one of the most desirable seaside experiences in England.