What investors fleeing U.K. properties are getting wrong

Think the U.K. property market is one of the worst places to invest after Brexit? Think again, it’s actually one of the most attractive propositions for yield-hungry investors in an ultralow interest-rate world.

While the U.K.’s shock EU referendum result sparked grave concerns about British real estate, it also cemented expectations that interest rates are going to stay lower for much longer. That means there’s very little yield to be had—and in some cases even negative yields—on government bonds, making potential returns on property attractive. The spread, or difference, between U.K. yields and real estate is now around a record high and set to widen even further, according to analysts.

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