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We Should Never Have Given Them The Vote :-)

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Women weren't given the vote. Women took the vote :P

Now, to the article. Look, a slightly bearish comment in an Irish Times article! Is this a first? Next they'll be writing articles with an overall balance.

"With investment opportunities for both sexes dwindling in this country as a result of soaring property prices, it is hard to believe that Irish landladies will have substantially increased in number over the last year."

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Landlord Mortgages claims to be the UK's biggest buy-to-let broker and says its study of 20,000 investors found that female property investors paid more for property with an average price of €205,361 (£142,000) compared to €174,638 (£120,739) for men

All that "soft" divorce money :D

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All that "soft" divorce money :D

I think you might be overestimating the impact of divorce settlements there. Surely most couples both come out of divorce settlements broke, even if you get a good wodge of cash you probably don't get the house and have to put a roof over your head somehow. And a pension... oh hang on, BTLs are pensions these days aren't they.

Some of it is probably just people who make good money, some is probably inheritance. Maybe women are less inclined to invest in other stuff like equities?

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


      • down 5% +
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      • up 5%



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