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Investors shying away from property

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I work for a Stockbroker (no, not that kind, we mostly take care of older investors' life savings or the proceeds of selling small businesses).

Anyhow, recently there has been a flurry of 'investment opportunities' emailed to the staff in the form of 4% Bonds issued by property developers.  That means they can't (or don't want to) shift enough to clients.

Nice of them to try to palm them off on the staff!  Fortunately we are clued up enough not to bite.  What I find most interesting about this is that similar property bonds offering 8-12%, 2 or 3 years ago were being snapped up.

 

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13 minutes ago, EmmaRoid said:

Doesn’t Kevin McCloud have one in circulation at the moment? Saw it mentioned somewhere.

I don't know but you can't go wrong with Celeb backed bricks and mortar..

Can't keep up. Just received another exclusive invitation to become a tail end creditor to a firm that is borrowing millions at 85% LTV to buy 'mixed use' Kingston property for redevelopment.  Just before the business rates are reviewed again.  What could possibly go wrong? :-)

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