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  • Property-a-holics

    Capital growth - poor areas vs. wealthy areas

    What is the last year on the graph? I would have expected the gap to have narrowed in the last couple of years.

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    You are almost certainly right. Here's the original link - but it doesn't seem to cover the last couple of years. As I invest for 10+ years, I am quite interested in the current London slump. As over the long-term we seem to have seen much better growth & perhaps this might be a buying opportunity?



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    if you were going to buy in London what yield would you need to be happy with the investment

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    Learn Change and Adapt ?????

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    That is the question. Off the cuff. I think I'd need >8%

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    thats the yeild i go for if i buy

    best of luck

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    Learn Change and Adapt ?????

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    I agree, buying in London is brilliant right now, no competition, cheap lending and endless tenant demand,  it’s perfect. 

    My yields are around 8-9%, self managed. 

    Some are lower where I know I will deffo get capital appreciation in the short term.
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