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  1. jpkeates, Looking at your example - £180k...

    jpkeates,

    Looking at your example - £180k mortgage over 30 years at 3% would be £765 over 40 years it would be £648. It is hardly a lot of money £9180 from £25k, if you rent out a room this could...
  2. Affordability is changing though, 6 times wages...

    Affordability is changing though, 6 times wages was the norm but if interest rates are going to be very low going forward for some time then possibly 8 times earning may be the new norm....lets start...
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    This sounds like a very dangerous deal that makes...

    This sounds like a very dangerous deal that makes no sense at all to the seller. If a bank has a lease with a year to run then the building it is in may be worth £50k. If it has 10 years to run...
  4. hopelesslydevoted, Don't be nervous, inflation...

    hopelesslydevoted,

    Don't be nervous, inflation is coming, wage growth is coming and rental increases will also be coming. I went through the exact same fear last time an up turn took place. A...
  5. jpkeates, The issue with trying to build more...

    jpkeates,

    The issue with trying to build more is that some of these sites take many many years to gain planning approval....I read the headlines recently about the huge Garden cities which were...
  6. JamesHopeful, The problem with the rainbow...

    JamesHopeful,

    The problem with the rainbow chart is that it is wrong. The reason that the rainbow peters out at around 2007? Globalisation and immigration possibly the main causes - Think about...
  7. '5 years ago there were a load of people flooding...

    '5 years ago there were a load of people flooding the web with stories of the pending gold price boom. And prices fell by 30% since then.'

    By the time people are flooding on to the web telling you...
  8. http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/2000510-economists...

    http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/2000510-economists-explain-why-our-economy-crashes-every-18-years/

    Economists explain why the economy crashes every 18 years...
  9. Exactly. By the time they raise rates house...

    Exactly. By the time they raise rates house prices will already be accelerating. The new norm of rates could easily be 2-3% making loans a lot more affordable. Expect banks and governments to do...
  10. Very surprising replies, I guess only time will...

    Very surprising replies, I guess only time will tell. Falls of 30% are extremely unlikely except for maybe London which has obviously had anomalies to the normal cycle with huge amounts of outside...
  11. There is absolutely nothing sustaining house...

    There is absolutely nothing sustaining house prices. And when inflation and interest rates rises to ~5 to 10% 5 to 10 years from now, there wont be anyone living in those double-price fictions.
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  12. READ - Property prices to double over next 7 years?

    Ambitious I know but everything I see tells me that in Many areas north of Birmingham this will be the case if you believe in the 18 year cycle. I can see this is already taking place in areas such...
  13. Perhaps you need to look at other areas? Yields...

    Perhaps you need to look at other areas? Yields are still very high over most of the UK with great returns to be made
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    Seacoast - People will want very large discounts...

    Seacoast - People will want very large discounts if they are in this sector. Again as has been said above I am not sure it is still legal but thinking you will get 90% of an estate agents valuation...
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    Logical.Lean, Funnily enough I own in both...

    Logical.Lean,

    Funnily enough I own in both rougher areas and Waterloo and although you are dealing with primarily DSS they rent out pretty much the same. I find DSS move around less and you have...
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    Most of Manchester is booming, most of the North...

    Most of Manchester is booming, most of the North West is. I could easily see massive capital growth in these areas. If you speak to someone then speak to a specialist letting agent who doesn't do...
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    Yes but pretty easy to call up independent...

    Yes but pretty easy to call up independent letting agents. If I go in to a new area which I have done many times I just phone the local agents and explain the area I am thinking of buying in and get...
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    definitely buying a higher yield makes more sense...

    definitely buying a higher yield makes more sense unless your planning to manage it yourself then location is key. Buying somewhere else quite often makes more financial sense but you must research...
  19. I do think some will make money but it would be...

    I do think some will make money but it would be more of a longer term investment due to the initial whack your taking
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    Yield, Yield, Yield. Betting whether property...

    Yield, Yield, Yield. Betting whether property will go up or down in the medium term is difficult but collecting rent is pretty straight forward and you really can not go wrong with more rent Vs the...
  21. Some I looked at seemed vastly inflated. The...

    Some I looked at seemed vastly inflated. The market may very well increase though and make these investments seem clever
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    Could you not squeeze another small house on the...

    Could you not squeeze another small house on the side also?
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    Waterloo is a great area also, no problems...

    Waterloo is a great area also, no problems finding good tenants there and probably a good chance of capital growth
  24. The problem I see is getting your money back. ...

    The problem I see is getting your money back. Some of these properties have inflated prices so you may be buying an asset for £150k that is only worth £90k. The number one rule for investing is...
  25. This may not actually be legal if it is classed...

    This may not actually be legal if it is classed as a collective investment it may need regulated by the FCA. Are you registered with the FCA? If not you could get in to a lot of trouble. I would...
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