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Gulf investors hold back from UK on Brexit fears

They already hold big British real estate portfolios

Houses on Egerton Crescent in the Kensington and Chelsea borough of London. The value of residential property in upmarket areas like these - popular among Gulf investors - fell between 3.5 and 7.5 per cent on the year in May, .


GULF Arab investors, some of the biggest buyers of British real estate, are holding back from new deals because they fear a property price slump if Britain leaves the European Union, according to legal and investment sources.

Sovereign and private investors from Qatar, Saudi