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Invest in properties now or wait?

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    Originally posted by PCTNN View Post
    Yes, that's a good strategy.

    Also because in a lot of areas the rental market is struggling, lots of empty places at the moment. Landlords are desperate for money so they should be flexible and be okay with 3 months rolling contracts, rather than get you stuck in with 12 monther.

    Planning on doing the same as soon as the lockdown eases up a little. I noticed the house market was almost dead during the first wave: no viewings allowed, nobody selling, nobody buying. Prices flew up and properties got sold in days right the second the restrictions were lifted.
    They've managed even better. They've got a holiday let on a two week rolling contract.
    The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world that he didn't exist