There are, as we all know, loads of foreign buyers snapping up property in Britain. Most of London, according to the headlines at least, is owned by a super-rich cabal of Russian, Middle Eastern, Chinese etc investors. But you don’t often here about Myanmar.
And yet Knight Frank’s latest Wealth Report suggests that buyers from the nation-formerly-known-as-Burma accounted for just shy of 1% of all £2m+ properties bought in the UK in the 12 months to April 2013. That’s in the same range as buyers from Switzerland and Hong Kong,