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The UK Regeneration Boom is now!

[fa icon="calendar'] 25-Oct-2015 01:56:35 / by Brett Alegre-Wood

 

The UK is experiencing a regeneration boom which is set to continue with the government's recent announcements on housing. Taking advantage of this once in a lifetime boom, is where

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YPC Lettings' new game changer: London property fee structure

[fa icon="calendar'] 19-Dec-2011 12:00:00 / by Brett Alegre-Wood

Hey guys,

Right from the beginning of YPC's history, I've always setup each business with the view of effortlessly managing my own portfolio of properties. Therefore giving clients as good a service as I will expect for myself. This is still the philosophy today.

On top of this I have always believed in being upfront with charges, so I have been on a mission of exposing the deceptive practices of many property companies out there. Having said that, I want to eliminate any hearsay about YPC Lettings by introducing a new way of charging you for our services.

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Coalition impact on your property portfolio, are you ready?

[fa icon="calendar'] 26-May-2010 19:54:00 / by Brett Alegre-Wood

Hey guys,

 Just this week the Tories and the Liberal Democrats released the UK Coalition programme.

With dread, I picked it up and devoured it and today I'm going to discuss some of the issues around it.

In the video, I've drawn out some of the fundamental points that could affect your property portfolio, your investments, mortgages & pension funds. Affect how? I have my opinions and I share them in the video.

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How YPC Lettings performs better than local agents

[fa icon="calendar'] 25-Feb-2010 22:23:00 / by Brett Alegre-Wood

Hey guys,

Have you thought about using YPC Lettings but think that you are better using a local agent? Do you think YPC Lettings is too far from your investment property and not able or equipped to manage your property?

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YPC Group news: videos that you will want to watch

[fa icon="calendar'] 10-Oct-2009 00:16:00 / by Brett Alegre-Wood

Hey guys,

Speaking with one of our clients today they raised the fact that they didn't know about one of our educational sub-domains.

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Who's to blame for the recession?

[fa icon="calendar'] 13-Jul-2009 13:58:00 / by Brett Alegre-Wood

Hey guys,

It's always the first thing that happens when something goes wrong we look for someone to blame. It's the same for the credit crunch, recession, economic downturn or whatever you want to call it - everyone is looking for someone to blame!

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New Video: Weekly Property Update - 11th Nov 2008

[fa icon="calendar'] 12-Nov-2008 02:47:00 / by Brett Alegre-Wood

Hey guys, 

We are in the process of converting all of our education into downloadable audio/video so those of you that are up-to-date with technology can hear me anywhere and anytime. 

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Launch of our weekly newsletter: Set and Forget Property Ideas

[fa icon="calendar'] 13-Jul-2006 11:46:00 / by Brett Alegre-Wood

Hey guys,

Brett's Insiders' Tips and Trick Newsletter has gone out to over 7000 readers over the past 2 years. He has now undated and it's now called " Set and Forget" Property Ideas. Still with the same educational focus and coming out weekly its members.
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Property Cycles, phase 1: Stagnate/Watch Cash flow

[fa icon="calendar'] 06-May-2005 17:19:00 / by Brett Alegre-Wood

Hey guys,

Phase 1 - Stagnate/Watch Cashflow

This is perhaps the most boring of phases of the property cycle. Your property will remain at the same value or perhaps increase in line with inflation but not much more. So property bought in this phase is unlikely to be easily sold or refinanced in the short term. Once you own it you are stuck with it. During this phase, interest rates are likely to be stable but high so your cash flow must be your primary consideration.

Property sales during this phase are likely to be very slow and asking prices are definitely negotiable.

I remember one of my property mentors Peter James saying that you can make the most money in property when prices are going down, he went on to say that this not the prices were actually going down but because everyone was talking about them going down. My own personal experience has been the same.

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