jet-to-let


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jet-to-let

n
(Commerce) chiefly informal
a. the practice of buying a property in a foreign country for rental as an investment
b. (as modifier): jet-to-let investors.
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It is rebranding Liverpool hairdressing chain Voodou and is producing the international investment magazine of Liverpool investment firm Jet-to-Let.
The development is apartment based making it ideal for jet-to-let investors for example, and prices start from just pounds 35,873.
A new initiative, Jet-to-Let, has been launched by developer Key Resorts in partnership with Barclays Bank and mortgage broker Savills Private Finance.
Jet-to-Let is to be offered at Mosa Trajectum in Murcia, a new elite resort set to become one Spain's most exclusive destinations.
With lower property prices, healthy capital appreciation rates and strong lettings markets, it's no wonder jet-to-let is emerging as the new property investment trend.
In 2006, the successful developer wrote the book - The Jet-to-Let Bible - which has since become a top seller.
If you are looking for a first-time property that will make you a great return, some first-time buyers are joining the jet-to-let crowd and continuing to rent here in the UK, while borrowing to purchase a cheap buy-to-let property on mainland Europe.
AS the property rental market slows in the north west, buying to let abroad, or jet-to-let, has caught the imagination of young investors.
Research from Oceanico Developments reveals the UK jet-to-let market is now worth more than pounds 58bn, with almost 12% of those in the north of England owning a property abroad and renting it out on a regular basis.