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|| Middle Eastern investors behind 20% of investments in prime central London real estate

ipglobal.jpgMiddle East investors are now behind 20 percent of all prime central London real estate deals following a rapid rise in interest over the past 12 months, according to a report by IP Global.

Demand for London property and especially its 'trophy' assets of Belgravia, Knightsbridge, Mayfair and Chelsea have traditionally been a key requirement for investors from the GCC, and IP Global predicts that Central London will continue to lead the pack in terms of growth throughout 2011.

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Full details from IP Global follows.

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