Qataris Tipped for London Property Spree Amid Crisis
He added: “We will see more Qatari money trickle into UK property as private investors mitigate against political volatility.”
Faisal Durrani, head of research at estate agent Cluttons, said: “These funds may well be forced to look elsewhere and London is likely to offer an obvious alternative.”
Qatari money has backed London buildings including the Shard skyscraper and the Olympic Village.
According to property data business Datscha, Qatari investors own 879 properties in London totalling nearly 26 million square feet.
Several Gulf countries have cut travel and embassy links with Qatar.
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