Saturday, Dec 05, 2009

Another celebrity property 'investor'

Telegraph: Peter Andre talks money

"My dad owned 17 properties in England, including Notting Hill and Paddington, before I was born. My parents came to the UK [from Cyprus] with nothing. He started investing in property so he always told me to do the same. I invested in properties in Australia and I bought a bit of land in Cyprus; my dad told me I should invest in the UK as well. I built my house in Cyprus, I started investing in England and bought a couple of apartments. Dad said that when you invest in property, you are setting up a future for your children. When you are young you don't really understand that, but it's true. Everything you build is for them. I think that investing in property has been my best business decision to date. I rent out my properties, which brings in income. I don't invest in stocks and shares."

Posted by drewster @ 11:44 AM (1597 views)
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1. gone-to-colombia said...

Never heard of him, he looks like a greasy waiter

Saturday, December 5, 2009 02:14PM Report Comment

2. mark said...

He is not as stupid as he looks unlike his ex

Saturday, December 5, 2009 02:31PM Report Comment

3. Shergar75 said...

"what have i got to lose by going into the jungle" nothing your correct you have nothing to lose you greasy talentless itv friekshow, please tell me you havent just released a ladies perfume...oh my god the sooner itv is banned from the tv the better if another andre comes along i will emigrate

Saturday, December 5, 2009 02:54PM Report Comment

4. crunchy said...

They are both not as stupid as they look. The stupid are the masses that look. Big UU Little :- ££££££££££'s

Saturday, December 5, 2009 03:09PM Report Comment

5. greenshootsandleaves said...

Meanwhile, those wishing to follow in his property-investing footsteps will be pleased to learn of another *unexpectedly re-available* (it's really catching on, isn't it?), this time in Walton-on-Thames. If I may quote the EA on RM:
'Unexpectedly re-available and just three months old, this nearly new ...'

Saturday, December 5, 2009 08:25PM Report Comment

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