Brexit is everywhere, and with so much contrarian thought on the subject its hard to know what to believe. Brett breaks down his simple thinking on the subject.
This week Brett tackles the negativity around London Property and explains that as usual London will astound. He also looks a specific claim that prices will drop to £70k but who are these experts making the predicts? The answer will probably surprise you...
This week Brett gets into the fundamentals that are being forgotten amongst all the negative media. It's been a battle wary few years with so many major changes as well as various acts of self harm from Brexit to tax changes and Idiotic Elections as well as clear lacks in any leadership from our politicians. The market hates uncertainty and right now we have so much of it.
But look deeper and you will see through the smoke screen and through to the fundamentals which right now are looking pretty good for the rest of the UK. Let's face it the past 10 years hasn't really amounted to anything except a lost generation (Thanks Blair/Brown and Cameron/Osbourne all uninspiring leaders who lost sight of the people they represented.)
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In the continuance of the full blown battle against small landlords and property investors the Bank and England has released guidance for lenders of buy-to-let mortgages.
So instead of taking the rental into account they should now look at the actual costs of the investment and the individual investors situation including taxation on the property.
It’s said that if adopted, the new rules could reduce lending to landlords by up to 20% over the next three years.
However I am not so sure?
Well I have to say that I am over the moon, tonight at the People's Book Prize Award ceremony my book The 3+1 Plan took out the major prize for Non-Fiction. No doubt the team will be posting more photos and if you check out Sky News at sunrise you'll see my interview.