The Global Property Market – trends in Q2 2017

29 June 2017

From the election of Donald Trump to Britain’s hung parliament, the worldwide economy and political situation are constantly bombarded by change and uncertainty. Fortunately, property industry experts have quickly learned to “expect the unexpected,” proving themselves resilient and adaptable. Meanwhile, the London property market has maintained its reputation for reliable investment, and luxury developments continue to appeal to the right market, whether in London, Abu Dhabi, Hong Kong or Singapore.


Lower prices in Singapore’s core central region lead to an increase … Read more ›

Verto UK Luxury Waterside Apartments, prices from £264,500

04 May 2017

Verto is a contemporary canal side development just a short commute from London, at the heart of Reading’s exciting transformation.
Henry Wiltshire International are please to offer this excellent investment opportunity to Singapore buyers.

Current trends in the international property market

23 March 2017

As we reach the end of the 2016/17 financial year, we take an overview of the property market in the different Henry Wiltshire regions.

Recent research shows global property investment has risen to $1.35tn in the past year despite 12 months of uncertainty worldwide. This represents an increase of 0.5%.

Henry Wiltshire’s directors discuss the global property market and offer sound advice for investors.

Changes to London transport system create new property hotspots

16 March 2017

With London covering 1,572 square kilometres, it’s easy to see why good public transport plays such an important part in the city’s success. Londoners can already travel between work and home using the London Underground (the Tube), Overground rail services, buses, and ferries up and down the river Thames. Now Transport for London has created two new schemes to make London an even more well-connected city: Crossrail and the Northern Line Extension.


Ai Li Khaw, Henry Wiltshire’s International Sales Director, says, … Read more ›