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The first step to investing in property is educating yourself. Always find out as much as you can beforehand.

Spend some time researching the pros and cons on your own, or seek the advice of a professional.

You might be better suited to other kinds of investments so explore the possibilities away from property investment and keep an open mind.

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You might be better suited to other kinds of investments so explore the possibilities away from property investment and keep an open mind.

The first step to investing in property is educating yourself. Always find out as much as you can beforehand.

Spend some time researching the pros and cons on your own, or seek the advice of a professional.

Our take on current trends and why you should invest in property

Keeping a close eye on the state of affairs both locally and abroad, has taught us without reservation that change is not only inevitable but necessary if we are to progress in the 21st century. Too many people fail to recognise the importance of change, both in life and financially. This may be due to our being afraid of change, or because we have become complacent with all that is convenient and within our comfort zone. We are faced ever more with ongoing and relentless global economic uncertainty. The BREXIT move hasn’t made it any easier. Many still feel tempted to leave money in the bank clinging to familiar forms of security. We strongly believe however, that where there is uncertainty there exists massive opportunity. Consider the following key points:

Major developers have been hit hard

Large financial houses have become increasingly very cautious when it comes to investing in commercial property. They have, it seems, bigger fish to fry, after succumbing to huge drops in share prices and investment capital. This has opened up a huge opportunity for smaller investors. There has never been a better time to corner niches of the property market. We confidently advise our investors to focus on strong demand areas. By locking in our profit when we buy low and carrying out quality refurbishments, solid investments can be protected long term.

Pressure on Government

The drop in the value of the pound makes our shores more appealing to foreign investors looking to own property in the UK. This places additional pressure on the government to appeal to and support local investors. A veritable sign of things to come, and potentially why they have unpicked the proposed income tax changes proposed for 2017. (We have already mitigated this by purchasing in a limited company as corporation tax is set to be reduced over the next 5 years).

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Our take on current trends and why you should invest in property

Keeping a close eye on the state of affairs both locally and abroad, has taught us without reservation that change is not only inevitable but necessary if we are to progress in the 21st century. Too many people fail to recognise the importance of change, both in life and financially. This may be due to our being afraid of change, or because we have become complacent with all that is convenient and within our comfort zone. We are faced ever more with ongoing and relentless global economic uncertainty. The BREXIT move hasn’t made it any easier. Many still feel tempted to leave money in the bank clinging to familiar forms of security. We strongly believe however, that where there is uncertainty there exists massive opportunity. Consider the following key points:

Major developers have been hit hard

Large financial houses have become increasingly very cautious when it comes to investing in commercial property. They have, it seems, bigger fish to fry, after succumbing to huge drops in share prices and investment capital. This has opened up a huge opportunity for smaller investors. There has never been a better time to corner niches of the property market. We confidently advise our investors to focus on strong demand areas. By locking in our profit when we buy low and carrying out quality refurbishments, solid investments can be protected long term.

Pressure on Government

The drop in the value of the pound makes our shores more appealing to foreign investors looking to own property in the UK. This places additional pressure on the government to appeal to and support local investors. A veritable sign of things to come, and potentially why they have unpicked the proposed income tax changes proposed for 2017. (We have already mitigated this by purchasing in a limited company as corporation tax is set to be reduced over the next 5 years).

Climbing interest rates don’t help

Even though Interest Rates have just been raised by 0.5% many savers are still being penalised. This is the result of the Bank of England trying to stabilise the economy and working hard to prevent inflation. In turn, the man on the street has to pay more. So you end up losing money as long as you leave your money in the bank, especially when inflation and the latest round of QE is applied.

Demand remains encouragingly high

The UK is currently experiencing a record massive shortage of the correct housing stock. This is due in part to several years of neglect and under investment on the part of various governments. The latest figures show an astounding shortfall of between 1.5 million and 2 million housing units. Whether you take immigration into account or not, it means the UK is struggling to find accommodation for its existing citizens. This is a serious challenge that will not find itself being resolved any time soon.

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Climbing interest rates don’t help

Even though Interest Rates have just been raised by 0.5% many savers are still being penalised. This is the result of the Bank of England trying to stabilise the economy and working hard to prevent inflation. In turn, the man on the street has to pay more. So you end up losing money as long as you leave your money in the bank, especially when inflation and the latest round of QE is applied.

Demand remains encouragingly high

The UK is currently experiencing a record massive shortage of the correct housing stock. This is due in part to several years of neglect and under investment on the part of various governments. The latest figures show an astounding shortfall of between 1.5 million and 2 million housing units. Whether you take immigration into account or not, it means the UK is struggling to find accommodation for its existing citizens. This is a serious challenge that will not find itself being resolved any time soon.

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