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There are several places where one might put their money while considering investing opportunities. No matter your level of expertise, you can benefit from investing in stocks, bonds, ETFs, mutual funds, and real estate. However, novices may want to avoid the higher risks associated with foreign exchange trading and cryptocurrency. Consider your investment goals,...
By Ashley Osborne Jan 9, 2023 0 comment
Too many people will fail to act in the real estate market in the next 12 months. Consumed by fear most people will do nothing. They will wait in hope for something will happen. A lightbulb moment where the course forward will become obvious. Guess what. The world doesn’t work like that. So how...
By Nina Davies Jan 7, 2023 0 comment
There are many different types of PropTech. Proptech, or property technology, is the use of technology in the property industry. It streamlines processes, improves efficiency, and increases transparency. There are a variety of different types of PropTech. They range from property management software to virtual reality tools . Examples of different types of PropTech...
By Nina Davies Jan 6, 2023 0 comment
The UK real estate market is struggling. The years 2023 and 2024 will be difficult. Many are asking will property price drop in 2023? Here is our prediction for the UK housing market in 2023. Will Property Price Drop? Rising interest rates and the cost of living crisis had not affected the market for...
By Ashley Osborne Jan 6, 2023 0 comment
If you talk to people in real estate about PropTech their eyes glaze over – they’re bored. “Everyone said there was going to be a PropTech revolution, it hasn’t happened”. PropTech will change the way real estate markets operate. But change might look different to what everyone thinks. About Me Three years ago, I...
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By Ashley Osborne
Nov 22, 2021
As a property investor, there are two measures you should consider...