Property mogul Nowsad Gani
says that Brexit won’t adversely affect the UK property market, and that he is
looking for more property deals as a result.
Speaking in an interview
with the Evening Standard Gani, who is CEO of Ganco Assets, says that the
underlying shortage of housing in the UK means that the market should not
be harmed by Brexit.
Gani told the newspaper: “Fundamentally,
this country has a housing shortage, and offices are still needed in cities.
That underlying demand won’t disappear.
“The market may see more
price falls. We are well placed to take advantage of that in the knowledge that
these bargains will only last for a short period before everyone starts piling
Ganco Assets own an extensive
portfolio of London
residential and commercial property and also has a planning and management
division. Gani says that he wants to invest in the social housing market for
the first time, creating up to 1,000 apartments over three years.