Following the Brexit, the devaluation of the British pound contributes to a certain craze for the UK real estate thus discounted, whose yield can reach 11% on average. Growth rates, however, are uneven across cities and regions. Guaranteed rental income and strong capital growth potential in some cities are beginning to increase the interest of both UK and international retail investors. Our choice was naturally Devon, county of south-west England, which has many attractions. Its beaches and national parks compete to attract 1/3 of tourists from Britain.
Ilfracombe, affordable property from £ 69,500, average profitability 11%