Is the cheap money era really over?

Brett Alegre-Wood
September 15, 2010

Property Investment News - Cheap money era 

Angela Knight from the British Banking Association is reported as saying the cheap money era is over.

To me this seems disingenuous considering the fact that banks' margins are now more than ever before.

Apparently, one million people have been or are victims of landlord scams. Is this true? Anyone that's a sensible property investor won't believe this. It's a ridiculous headline and you'll see why in this week's property investment news update.

On a positive note, consumers are still hopeful regardless of fears of government cuts and the Bank of England remains optimistic despite the onslaught. RBS brings back 'Securitisation 2.0'. I'll explain what that is and what it means to you in the video.

As always, give us a call on +44 (0)207 923 6100 or www.ezytrac.co.uk if you have any questions on cheap money era, or leave us a comment in the box below.

Live with Passion,
Brett Alegre-Wood


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