Eitan Eldar - Pressat

Eitan Eldar: “UK residential real estate – best investment to consider” | Pressat

According to Eitan Eldar, founder and CEO of EEH Ventures, UK residential real estate is currently the best investment to consider. In a recent interview on Pressat explained why He believes that to be the case.

Eldar said: “As long as the UK government keeps supporting and encouraging the newly adopted lifestyle of working from home, I believe people will keep purchasing properties – people to want to improve the home space for optimum convenience”.

Eitan Eldar: Prfire

Eitan Eldar on Prfire: “rise in sales of smaller apartments” | EEH Ventures

The CEO & founder of EEH Ventures, Eitan Eldar, was recently interviewed for a press release published on Prfire, during which he explained why in the month of July we saw a big residential real estate buying boom.

“We at EEH Ventures recognized a rise in sales of smaller apartments during the real estate buying boom, approximately in the £400,000 range”, said Eldar.

He added: “The big sales boom is most likely due to the exemption of tax on apartments up to £500, 000- which will be kept in place until March of next year”.

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Eitan Eldar - Prlog

Eitan Eldar: “UK’s residential real estate market is a safe investment”

Eitan Eldar, the founder and CEO of EEH Ventures was interviewed for a press release, published by Prlog. During the interview, Eldar explained how the UK real estate market, remained stable despite coronavirus lockdown.

“The lockdown caused a drastic drop in the demand for residential property between March and April. The lower demand wasn’t due to the lack of faith in the economy; it was as a result of the restrictions instated by the government during the lockdown”, said Eldar.

Eitan Eldar - EEH - Prfire

Eitan Eldar: Showing Properties Online – During Coronavirus Pandemic

An interview with the CEO & founder of EEH Ventures, Eitan Eldar, was published by Prfire. During the interview Eldar explained how online property showings, helped keep UK’s real estate market afloat.

“Showing properties online has helped to keep the real estate market afloat for all during this coronavirus outbreak – This method allowed the real estate market to stay somewhat active, compared to other fields to shut down completely”, said Eldar.

Eitan Eldar: “Coronavirus could cause a 12% drop in UK real estate prices”

The founder & CEO of EEH Ventures, Eitan Eldar, was interviewed for a press release that was published by Prlog. During the interview, Eldar Explained that the coronavirus epidemic could be an opportunity for an investment in the UK real estate market.

“If the situation worsens and the Government’s efforts to salvage the economy fail, we might witness a drop of up to 12 per cent collapse in price, which would reduce up to £28,000 from the current average home price, which stands at £234,700”, said Eldar.

Eitan Eldar on prfire: “Uncertainty about Brexit is finally over”

The CEO & founder of EEH Ventures, Eitan Eldar, was interviewed for a press release that was published by prfire. On the press release, Eldar talked about the effects of Brexit on the economy and the real estate market in the UK.

“Uncertainty about Brexit is finally over, and the British economy is expected to fully recover during the next few years “, said Eldar. “As uncertainty about Brexit is being replaced with optimism, we will see a lot more people buying homes and investing in real estate – UK real estate is soaring”.

Eitan Eldar: “Brexit is Going to Raise Optimism in the UK Markets”

Eitan Eldar, CEO & founder of EEH Ventures, stated in a press release that he believes Brexit will be beneficial for the economy of the UK. “Brexit is going to raise optimism in the UK markets, We are going to see a lot of new interest from foreign investors and British citizens alike”, said Eldar.

In the press release that was published by Pressat, Eldar also states that the effect of Brexit on the economy will not be immediate and might take 2-3 years to fully realize, although, in the field of real estate we should see some rise in interest right from the get-go.