Property has long been a popular investment for many individuals, and it’s easy to see why; careful investment in the right place can create solid financial returns, generating high levels of income through rental yields and capital growth. This is especially the case in the UK, where an undersupply of housing in many areas has led to rapidly rising house prices and increasing rental revenues.
Ever since the Brexit vote in June 2016, investors and property buyers have been debating the effect that separating from the EU would have on the property market - and nowhere more than in Northern Ireland.
Belfast’s turbulent history needs little introduction. It is a story as familiar as the Middle East Peace Process, and no less traumatic. It exacted an impossible toll on its residents and touched a diaspora from North America to the Antipodes. But unlike some seemingly intractable conflicts, this story has a happier ending.
UK devolution and enhanced powers for the regions have long confounded British policy makers. Lauded by liberals for bringing democracy closer, its detractors have argued against a ‘federalist’ UK.
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