Archive for July, 2010

I rest my case – Property prices Fall!

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I am very much a glass more than half full type of girl – having said that the economic outlook is grim and as property investors we need to make sure that we are prepared for any eventually, falling house prices, interest rate changes and shifting government policies.

In my Late Summer Predications I speculate on the future and now only one week of publication the Telegraph is already talking about consumer confidence and falling ...

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Low Interest rate may support property investors

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Low interest rates set to stay as economy hangs onto hopes of a recovery, property investors let out a sigh of relief

Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England in a report to the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee, today said that he is more interested in supporting the UK economy recovery than using interest rates to slow down the rate of inflation.

Wow – now what does that say to you as a property investor?

Bearing in mind I am ...

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Rambling or revolutionary thinking?

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I first met Steve Green in late 2008 I think – he has a superb dry wit and given his day job a great deal of insider understanding into the minds of our tenants and the general population. We all know that we should avoid ‘red lighters’ and the philosophers of the Sun :)

Steve’s article was posted on one of the forums I belong to and I thought ...

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Building a better banking relationship

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I thought I would just share with you my new plan to buy property at discounted rates and remortgage at full market value within a week, with the banks full agreement …..I am not sure if I have mentioned this before but last year I was able to buy property using a legally none of my money down system. It all came about after listening to Vanish Patel talk at the Berkshire Property Meet in January 2009. He was talking ...

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