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  • Stickies & Evergreen

    Give me 3 reasons to remain invested in BTL

    Thanks DL, I'll be drawing out my funds soon and investing more into property. property suits me better for my circumstances. Your advice is appreciated, best wishes


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    Nothing wrong with useing pension funds. To build a property bussiness

    best of luck DL

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    Learn Change and Adapt ?????

    All comments are for casual information purposes only. If you wish to rely on any advice I have given please ensure you obtain independent specialist advice from a third party. No liability is accepted for comments made.

    A company pension scheme where your employer matches your contributions is going to do better than property almost all the time. Doubling the value of your investment immediately and then getting tax relief on top of that would be very hard to beat.  Some schemes do better than that,  I think anyone with the opportunity to pay into such a schem would be foolish to go into property instead.

    Equitable Life was unfortunate. I bought similar pensions to the ones that caused it a problem but was lucky enough to go with Norwich Union instead. They are now with Aviva. Next year I will b able to get annuities at a guaranteed rate of 10.6%, about triple the current rates.


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    hi Peter

    "Instead of " Yes, that would be missing an opportunity. 'As well as' is a much better option.  Take the choice of a company pension and invest in property too.

    Good to hear that you expect more than 10% return on your funds. 

    best wishes, Denise

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    1. Existing portfolio- no point changing a working business model, for future “what if’s” and scaremongering

    2. Time is a friend

    3. Shortening the dollar with property

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