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Quoted in What Investment (March 2006).

FP aka JD was a panel member for the Money Clinic, which deals with readers' financial planning and investment queries. In response to a reader who had recently married and where both parties owned property, after addressing PPR, income tax and CGT issues, he stated:

"Be careful in how you proceed as the likely housing bubble peaks, ensure you dont get sucked into the idea that house prices can only rise. To have a loan on an asset which is not rising (and could fall) may not be optimal use of your overall capital."


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You may need to educate the other 'expert' on the panel who warned the reader that if they got off the ladder, they may become priced out....................... :blink:

I would like to be an expert panel member for What Investment but I don't think I have the correct letters after my name :( .

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