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Inflation is down, and that’s good news

Will Leyland, 24 June 2020

It’s fair to assume that, at some level, those with enough money to be able to invest in property are wealthy individuals who have a decent amount of money behind them in order to earn a further income.

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Will Hong Kong look to move its wealth?

Will Leyland, 17 June 2020

Tuesday 10th June marked the 1-year anniversary since protesting and civil disobedience erupted onto the streets of Hong Kong, in what resulted in some of the worst protesting and civil unrest in the financial hub’s history.

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Bank of England Expects Recovery

Will Leyland, 05 June 2020

There has been much talk of what to expect from the economic fall out of the Coronavirus pandemic, ranging from the hysterical to the probably far too optimistic.

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Property remains one of the top performers

Will Leyland, 20 May 2020

In these times there was always going to be a very distinct set of winners and losers, as there always is in any recession or economic shock, regardless of the length and depth.

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Investors begin to plan for recovery

Will Leyland, 08 May 2020

It’s been a time like no other, and one we won’t forget for the rest of our lives.

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£82bn of property waiting to complete

Will Leyland, 01 May 2020

It’s been a long few months by anybody’s estimation, and certainly for those of us working from home or with young children...

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Inflation is down, and that’s good news

Will Leyland, 24 June 2020

It’s fair to assume that, at some level, those with enough money to be able to invest in property are wealthy individuals who have a decent amount of money behind them in order to earn a further income.

Read more...

Will Hong Kong look to move its wealth?

Will Leyland, 17 June 2020

Tuesday 10th June marked the 1-year anniversary since protesting and civil disobedience erupted onto the streets of Hong Kong, in what resulted in some of the worst protesting and civil unrest in the financial hub’s history.

Read more...

Bank of England Expects Recovery

Will Leyland, 05 June 2020

There has been much talk of what to expect from the economic fall out of the Coronavirus pandemic, ranging from the hysterical to the probably far too optimistic.

Read more...

Property remains one of the top performers

Will Leyland, 20 May 2020

In these times there was always going to be a very distinct set of winners and losers, as there always is in any recession or economic shock, regardless of the length and depth.

Read more...

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