Have you ever wondered how the super-rich invest?
It’s not often you get a glimpse into how millionaires invest or what their portfolio looks like, but we’re bringing you exactly that today on The Property Podcast.
If you’ve ever spoken to a financial advisor and asked how you become rich, they might tell you something along the lines of “invest in stocks and bonds” but is that how the rich actually do it?
Tune in as Rob & Rob give an exclusive look into:
The Bank of England is back in action as they raise the base rate by 0.5% bringing it to 1.75%.
It’s still extremely low by historical standards, but this alongside a predicated 13% inflation by October is bound to have an impact of the property market.
Are we going to start seeing the market slow down and how will this affect house prices?
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