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Confidence: too little is a bad thing, but too much is catastrophic
Confidence: too little is a bad thing, but too much is catastrophic
By Graham Norwood
Despite being round the block quite a few times in the property world, it was only in 2008 that the importance of ‘confidence’ slapped me in...Read more
The siren call of Lisbon – A tale of rejection, disappointment and betrayal
The siren call of Lisbon – A tale of rejection, disappointment and betrayal
By Simon Shinerock
When, during his budget speech, George Osborne announced Capital Gains Tax (CGT) was going down to 20%, I experienced a mix of emotions: elation, relief, confusion...Read more
 
 
The rise of an increasingly unpredictable market
The rise of an increasingly unpredictable market
By Ivor Dickinson
Property has long been a safe investment. Before the downturn in 2008, sellers were able to gain a healthy capital return on their property.  Post-economic crisis, we...Read more
What does the future hold for buyers' online property searches?
What does the future hold for buyers' online property searches?
By Rob Clifford
I recently read an article in City A.M. titled: ‘Five ways we will be buying property in 2025’ – it makes for rather fun reading for...Read more
An under-whelming Budget – perhaps that isn’t a bad thing?
An under-whelming Budget – perhaps that isn’t a bad thing?
By David Westgate
George Osborne has been busy over the last year. First came the General Election which had everyone on tenterhooks until the last minute; then there was...Read more
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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