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I knew you would come round to my way of thinking eventually.
How many times can a reader read the same content and not be fed up?
I wish some of the frequent posters here take a break unless they have something new to say.
They could be stifling other voices and it makes the board very boring.
Brevity is the soul of wit and all that....
Hi Curios,If you are bored of some posters, just press the mute button.No one stifles anything on a forum. It is fair and equitable to anyone who wants to post. We have made sure Property Tribes can be customised so that you only see the inputs that you want to see. Can't say fairer than that.
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An article in the FT Adviser says there is plenty to be positive about in BTL:These include opportunities to buy at a discount due to Brexit, high rental demand due to Brexit, low interest rates, a competitive BTL mortgage market and :• There are big regional disparities in buy-to-let performance – and landlords are not bound geographically by where they own property. Buy-to-let yields and capital growth prospects vary across the UK, with the North West and the Midlands figuring prominently in recent data. Full/source article
High rental demand due to Brexit?
I'm seeing the exact opposite.
By any chance is the Telegraph pro Brexit? Lol
Thank you for re-opening this thread Vanessa and highlighting that there is positivity around Brexit and BTL. I think there has been a lot of uncertainty and worry around this for investors and great to finally see a positive spin. Brexit should be seen as an opportunity not a threat.
look forward to seeing people’s opinions.
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I believe leaving the EU will be the best days work the UK has ever done
It was a good thing when it was a Common Market and it should have stayed that way in my opinion
I was too young to vote to go in But I know my Mother & Father never voted for an EU State
It was founded in the Rubble Of Berlin in 1945 hence we now have a super state with its own flag ect ect
a little bit of history of the Fourth Reich ie the EU
Learn Change and Adapt ?????
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Thanks for sharing your thought on Brexit Dislexic_Landlord. Interesting read you’ve shared. Do you think leaving the EU will affect you being a landlord and if so how?
I dont think it makes much difference to my business if we stay or leave
in the 1990s we lost our ship yards and Engineering
all that happened was was customers were made redundant and they applied for Housing Benefit and it covered the rent
95% of my business are working class customers