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4 Things to Look Out for When Buying A House Or Property

We understand that the property market for young people is abysmal According to Statista, the average price of a house in the UK as of July 2019 was £232,000, up almost 100% from the average price of £157,000 in 2009. Considering that the median annual disposable income for the average household in the UK is just over £1,000, that means it would take the average Brit nearly 20 years to save…
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How Much Should You Spend On Rent And Utilities In The UK?

Traditional wisdom states that basic housing expenses like rent and utilities should cost no more than 35% of your annual monthly income. We know this is hard to do in today’s economy and housing market, so we recommend a more relaxed percentage of 45%. For many people, basic living expenses like rent and utilities eat up the majority of one’s income. Even worse, housing and utility prices…
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5 Passive Income Ideas That Work In 2020

So you have a job but want a way to earn some extra dosh on the side? While many are crushing it, making extra money via the gig economy (ala Uber, Upwork, Fiverr etc), none of these are in any way, shape or form — passive income. The reality is — not…
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Why Millennials Aren’t Buying Homes Anymore

If one thing is obvious about today’s economy, young people are not buying houses as much as previous generations. According to Business Insider, only a third (31%) of UK millennials own any property at all, behind the global average of 40%. Further, only 74% of UK millennials reported they planned to buy a house in 5 years, the lowest of all countries analysed. These results lead one to…
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Momentum Investing Strategies: What Do They Look Like?

In some ways, rising stock prices are kind of a bad thing for investors. Rising stock prices means that a commodity is hot, which means more and more people will start to jump on the trend, eventually causing the securities to become overvalued. After all, if everyone…
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How Much Money Do You Need To Buy A House In London?

The answer is, unsurprisingly, “a lot”. Buying a house is an expensive – and not to mention confusing – endeavour, particularly in cities like London. For some, it’s well worth the expense – owning a home can be a wonderful feeling – while for others it may not be the right investment. We discuss whether or not to buy a house in Is Buying a Home a Good Investment in 2019?
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