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  1. Hi Im due to move back to NI in next few months , sold up in Scotland and am returning home ( just me and my young daughter ) with £180,000 to use wishly for our future . This is the question , what is the best move , im 52 ( working ) and want to get this right !! . In my head im thinking rent / wait - interest rates are bound to start rising soon , hence effecting the market ( better time to buy ) ,, or buy a small property cash , rent out and use rent from this to fund a mortgage for another home we would use ? ,, or or maybe buy a few buy-to-lets with minumim deposits ? Its an open question , and a bit of a mine field , but any advice is welcome Thank you
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