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What If Interest Rates Go Up?

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

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Originally Posted 14th April 2008
This article is taken from my reply to a question which was asked on the forums recently. I have included it in this section so that other site members can also benefit from it.
Question: What If Interest Rates Go Up?

How The American Property Market Actually Ends Up Affecting The British Market Even Though They Are Totally Different

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

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Originally Posted 14th April 2008
Despite the fact that our property market is so very different from the US, and some would say unique in the world, if looked at from a superficial viewpoint then our market appears to follow the US. And this, I believe, is because that when the US market hurts it hurts [...]

Buy To Let Landlords Have Not Been Shaken Or Stirred By The Credit Crunch!

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

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Originally Posted 10th April 2008
A recent article in ‘Agreement’ Magazine which is an ARLA’s letting agent’s magazine said:
“Buy to let landlords have not been shaken by the credit crunch. Nine out of ten surveyed during the last quarter of 2007 state they have no intention of selling their properties for seventeen years. Four out of [...]

House Prices Hit New High

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

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Originally Posted 24th February 2008
There was an article in the Daily Express the other day, which as we all know is very well known for it’s factual journalism. Also as we all know the Express’s job is to sell newspapers, and how they can best do that is not by saying what everyone else is [...]

Minimum & Maximum Age For Buy To Let Mortgages

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

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Originally Posted 30th January 2008
Hi,
I was just arranging a few purchases for my father-in-law. He’s now nearly 66 and his wife is 61, so I had to consider the age problem at the end of the mortgage term. Here is some information my packager sent me on age restrictions for both young  & old on the Buy [...]

Why The Libor Rate Lowering Is Probably Good News For You

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

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Originally Posted 24th January 2007
Since the credit crunch I’ve been watching the Libor (LondonInter Bank Offered Rate) pretty closely as an indication of when I think the confidence may return to the banking sector.

USA cuts 3/4% in one go

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

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Originally Posted 23rd January 2007
Hi,
I was asked this question and thought you may be interested in my answer.
HI ANDY WHAT DO YOU THINK THE IMPACT WILL BE FOR THE UK BOTH SHORT AND MEDIUM TERM? CHEERS
Hi Xxxx,
These are interesting times.
I’m mixed as to my thinking on the effects of this. From one point of view, [...]

What Was Edited Out Of The Bank Of England’s Minutes Of The Meeting This Month! What They Thought You Didn’t Need To Know

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

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Originally Posted 20th December 2007
Picture the scene… Posh surroundings, The Bank of England boardroom, Mr King is sitting there and in walks the Monetary Policy Committee members, they sit down and Mervyn breaks the silence, ‘Right where do we start?’
To which the entire MPC team cries out, ‘Well we cut bl**dy interest rates that’s where [...]

Is The Housing Market Going To Go Down? And How You Can Profit From What Happens

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

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Originally Posted 17th December 2007
This is a continuation of other previous articles on the housing market and it is an attempt to give you insight to what I feel is going on. So that it can help you make sense of all the abundance of conflicting information that is presented to you on a daily [...]

How Is It That Property Prices Can Continue To Rise At A Higher Rate Than Inflation?

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

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Originally Posted 13th December 2007
I was asked this question on my previous article ‘A Rate Cut?’ and thought the answer would be useful so didn’t want it buried in the comments.
Hi Olly & Jarred,

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