Europe’s best destinations to buy a second home

In the past year, Europe’s prime real estate market has grown 5.6% amid continued demand, according to new research from international real estate agency Knight Frank. Meanwhile, rental returns in the region’s most in-demand vacation destinations continue to rise.

“For second homeowners, Europe’s cities offer culture, connectivity and a good quality of life, whilst for investors they offer strong tenant occupancy and relatively low purchase costs,” Kate Everett-Allen, head of international residential research at Knight Frank, told CNBC.

The growth comes as investors search for safe-haven assets and income-generating investments as inflation soars — with interest extending across the Atlantic.

Real Estate Credit Investments Limited (LON:RECI) is a closed-ended investment company which originates and invests in real estate debt secured by commercial or residential properties in Western Europe, focusing primarily on the United Kingdom, France and Germany.

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