Okay so this sounds like it could be a bit of a click bait podcast episode but we promise you it's not. This is a really important one, and you won't want to miss out.
So how worried should we be, and how should we prepare for rates rising?
So we've just had Spring Budget - a mini-budget, if you will. Here's a brief summary of points you might want to note...
Back to all podcasts It's being debated endlessly in the media, at property networking events and all the most fashionable dinner parties – so we're getting in on the action too. London property prices, it's fair to say, are seriously high – so will they go further, or come back down to earth? [...]
Back to all podcasts Depending on who you listen to, it's either the perfect time to invest in property or it's horrendously overvalued and ripe for a crash. This week, we look at the data behind the claims that UK property is unaffordable – and show how easy it [...]
Back to all podcasts Quantitative Easing: hard to understand, even harder to say...and about to have a serious impact on your property investing plans. In this week's episode we explain what QE is, what effects it has, and how you can position yourself to take advantage of it. Useful [...]
Back to all podcasts So, Brexit happened...now what? That's the question we attempt to answer in this week's episode. What happens next in general, what happens next for the property market in particular...and perhaps more importantly, what general lessons can we take away from the whole thing? We discuss: [...]
Back to all podcasts In this special episode, Rob & Rob give their immediate reactions to what Brexit means for property investors. We'll be returning to the topic again in more detail next week! Join the conversation We’d love to know your thoughts on Brexit and its impact [...]
Back to all podcasts This week we unpack the often-repeated claim that property prices double every 10 years. Have they done in the past…and most importantly, can we expect to see it happen in the next 10 years? […]
Back to all podcasts We've activated gloom-mode this week to talk about what's set to become an endangered species in the UK: the middle class. By "middle class" we don't mean whether you say "sofa" or "settee": it means middle-income earners, who are increasingly being squeezed out. Over the [...]