So, how much money do you need to start investing in property? The answer is “very little”, but the options you can pursue with little money come with serious caveats.
There are definite thresholds where different (and often better) options become available, and we run through all of them in this week’s show.
Along the way, we discuss:
Everything, of course, ties into achieving your ultimate goal – and if you haven’t recommended it yet, check out our free goal setting course which has helped hundreds of investors to get more clarity on what they want to achieve.
Two great video chatting tools for you this week, for if you’re sick of Skype and don’t need anything as heavyweight as Go To Meeting.
First up is appear.in, a free and amazingly easy way to have video chats without downloading any software. Just create a link, send it to your partner, and boom – you’re talking.
The next is Zoom, which works brilliantly for group chats like mastermind calls – with far better call quality than Skype. It’s free for meetings up to 45 minutes in length.
You’ve got no excuses now, so you’d better go get camera-ready!
George Osborne is at it again: now, he’s indicated that he will be giving control over regulating buy-to-let mortgages to the Bank of England.
This was originally supposed to be the subject of a consultation, but it now appears that it’s going to happen anyway – although this is just a pre-announcement and the move hasn’t yet taken place.
It’s likely to mean tougher affordability checks as part of the bank’s measures to bring the buy-to-let sector under control, but the details are (as usual) unclear – we’ll discuss this issue further on the podcast as things progress.
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