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  1. Thanks for the feedback - a week on I am much further along. Which is really helpful, but I am exploring my options.
  2. Afternoon all, This one in a bit like how long is a piece of string. But I am trying to settle on a number that I can use in my forecasting for annual property price increase. I am looking over the next 5, 10, 15 and 25 years and for my project forecast I am keen to put a % increase each year for my property. I know over the short term you have see massive increases/drops depending on well everything. But over the longer term can anyone sugget a number or a place where I can reference this? TIA
  3. Hello from Sunny Luton, I hope you are well. So I am looking to take my first steps in the property market. It is always been something in the back of my mind, but with svaing for a house, getting married, having a baby, getting divorced and life has got in the way. I have recently sorted my pension provision out so know where I want to me in life. The next step was my investments. So here I am. I am 35 and have a fair amoung of savings, and a mortgage on my own family home. I want to use property as a way to top of my pesnion, 1 property would be a cherry on the top, 2 would be retirment changing. Hope for the best plan for the worst. To compound matters as I also have a decent lump sum that I hold of trust for someone else, so would consider doing something with this either separate or together. However this might make it very complicated. Im not looking for the answers, just some help finding my way All the best