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Our financial advisor came round last night to let us know how our investments faired over the last twelve months,what a pleasant suprise...17.9% nett.....dont own a house but hey this is REAL investing so to all you housing bulls out there shove your low yields,i/o mortgages,maintenance and insurance costs,lack of flexibility etc we will stick with our lowly renting status and knock housing investment down the pan.......oh and its paddys day today so a few pints of the black stuff and a little flutter i feel...life is after all sweet :D:D

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Yes but it’s bubble – you should sell all your stocks before it crashes – you know the economy is not doing to well- perhaps you could find something to invest in that is not at top prices – have you thought about property- get one while they are cheap

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Our financial advisor came round last night to let us know how our investments faired over the last twelve months,what a pleasant suprise...17.9% nett.....dont own a house but hey this is REAL investing so to all you housing bulls out there shove your low yields,i/o mortgages,maintenance and insurance costs,lack of flexibility etc we will stick with our lowly renting status and knock housing investment down the pan.......oh and its paddys day today so a few pints of the black stuff and a little flutter i feel...life is after all sweet :D:D

Nice return but on what investment amount and what sort of risk? Even a conversative 5% in central london prices this year for example could be far more due to BTL'ers leveraging. Your deposit required for buying a place could well be eroding away even with this high return.

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Nice return but on what investment amount and what sort of risk? Even a conversative 5% in central london prices this year for example could be far more due to BTL'ers leveraging.

£110000 75% in moderate risk 25% in medium,nothing to make my bum twitch.....

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  • 301 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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