Luxury Property to buy, sale, or rent from Prestige Homes Group International +44(0)23-92863999

Prestige Homes Group is a family & friends business set up in 2006 to help market the growing number of overseas property developments - and to assist our customers to find their dream home or optimum investment opportunity.

Prestige Homes Group - Prestige Property across Europe & beyond

Buying property abroad is more popular than ever, with increasing numbers of people following their dream in purchasing a holiday home, an investment opportunity, or even moving permanently to a new place in the sun.

If you're planning such a move, then check out our properties on offer in the Mediterranean area's such as Spain and France, and don't forget that soon we're have all the fabulous new developments from around Europe and beyond.

From the great beach side properties and healthier lifestyle of the Mediterranean through to the hugely exciting developments in ultra-modern Dubai. We at Prestige Homes Group have access to it all, and remember that as our economies begin to emerge from recession it has never been a more ideal time to buy a bargain property abroad then now.

  • Huge choice of developments, from off-plan to new build are waiting...
  • Now has never been a better time to invest in a property abroad
  • Banks are now beginning to offer 90% mortgages
  • Uncertainty in the pension market could make property investment an ideal alternative
Widening spreads on mortgage lending and stable dwelling prices have encouraged banks to tentatively lift lending volumes.
Prices continued to show improvement in the UK and the Nordic area, underpinned by low variable interest rates.
Countries which underwent building booms, such as Ireland and Spain, continue to record falling prices. In the short-term, a recovery in prices may be sustained due to low mortgage costs for existing homeowners, although the upturn may prove fragile as confidence could take a knock from renewed financial market volatility.

Residential property values across western Europe had broadly stabilised by late 2009. Sharp falls in mortgage rates, improved consumer confidence and a slowing in the pace of deterioration in labour market conditions, have supported an upturn in housing demand.