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This Week in Events International Women's Day Special - 11th March 2021
This week in celebration of International Women’s Day our guest is Property Angel Investor on Sky's "Property Elevator” TV and founder of Property Sisters UK - Helen Chorley. Penny Mallory is sitting in again for James Taylor and she will be talking with Maria about her experience as a female speaker and business owner. And as usual they will be sharing their tool, app or gadget of the week.
Budget FREEZES - what most people MISSED in the Budget
Property Sisters’ Helen Chorley and Partners In Property’s Adam Lawrence do a deep dive beneath the headlines of the Budget. FIND OUT what high level headlines AREN'T telling you. The implications for Property Investors and the self-employed and how the Chancellor did actually manage to increase the tax in take without raising those taxes the Conservatives pledged to not to. 00:37 Positives from the budget 01:33 Outright Tax rises 02:03 Corporation taxes 04:10 Effects on mid-size business 04:27 SUPER DEDUCTION 07:21 Budget Freezes 09:15 CGT Changes Predictions 11:36 Gauging Reactions 12:01 Restart Grants 14:30 Unemployment numbers Connect with Adam here: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamglawrence/ Partners in Property: https://partners-property.com
BREAKING PROPERTY NEWS !!!!!! BREAKING BUDGET NEWS FOR LANDLORDS
A Mortgage guarantee scheme to help people with small deposits get on the property ladder is set to be announced at next weeks budget. the government will offer incentives to lenders bringing back 95% mortgages which have "virtually disappeared" during the pandemic. See the video for more information! #springbudget #propertynewsflash #budget21
2021 Property Market Updates: A little dose of market positivity and insights from a property expert
How has 2021 started for you? Tune in to hear the one and only John Howard - Property Developer, Mentor, Author and one of the Angel Investors on the Property Elevator TV show sharing with fellow angel Helen Chorley what he sees for the year ahead - the changes, the challenges and the opportunities! 01:06 How 2021 Started 03:46 Help to Buy changes 05:00 Bank of England expectations 05:49 New Freeports in the post-Brexit world 06:58 What’s going to happen to Stamp Duty? 09:42 John’s plans for 2021 If you need a dose of positivity - this is for you! Connect with John here: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-howard-a59a1b43 Instagram: @johnhowardpropertyexpert www.johnhowardpropertyexpert.co.uk/
Property Auction Experts: January vs February at the auctions and when should you buy?
Has the year gotten off to a good start in the exciting world of property auctions....? Find out with Piotr Rusinek and Jay Howard of Hammered auction experts! They give us the inside scoop of what they saw in last week's property auctions - a real mixed bag! If you want to know what the chaps were expecting pre-auction, also check out the latest episode of Rod Turner's #Rodcast where they all deep dive into some very interesting lots. Connect with Jay and Piotr at https://hammeredauctions.com #propertyauctions #propertyauctionsuk #propertyauctionuk
Negative Interest Rates? What does that mean for savers and mortgages? Is it going to happen?
Negative interest rates: BoE tells banks to prepare - what it would mean for savers and mortgages? NEGATIVE interest rates are in the Bank of England's "toolbox", Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey confirmed in August 2020. The Bank Rate is being held at 0.1 percent, it was confirmed today, however there has been an update following a consultation regarding negative interest rates. What do negative interest rates mean for savings and mortgages? Helen Chorley is here to explain! Adam Lawrence’s article see below an extract (Full article on Partners In Property Facebook Page) So - financial repression. There have been some significant steps and tipoffs. 1) the BoE checking with banks how they will respond to negative interest rates within 6 months. Headline grabbing but they pretty much know. This isn't unprecedented worldwide, isn't unprecedented in large economies, isn't unprecedented in western economies, etc. 2) the BoE also announcing that rates will stay low for some time and inflation will be allowed to go above target for a period of time. This is effectively surrendering traditional monetary policy for a period. 3) the realisation that 2021s bond maturity will see the cost of servicing the debt plummet. Bonds issued in 1991, 2001, 2011 (alongside many other years) will mature this year. 1991......imagine what rates they were issued at! They will be being reissued at a tiny fraction of those yields. The debt servicing bill goes down the longer we keep the rates down and the market demands only very thin yields indeed. What does repression actually mean? It is effectively capping the yields (as and when that is needed) meaning that savers are getting zero or near-zero returns. At the same time it is pursuing inflationary policies to inflate the debt away. If inflation is 3% and interest rates are zero: If you owe 2 trillion at the start of the year the real price of that debt at the end of the year is 1.94 trillion. That's attractive for obvious reasons. Doesn't it seem like a victimless crime? Easy answer - no. No it isn't. Those who are hurt are the savers. That relationship (inflation and interest rates) needs significant scrutiny. The situation above (3% inflation, 0% interest) means everyone with money in the bank is losing purchasing power at a significant rate. The real rate of return (interest rate minus inflation) is -3%. This is the situation that is effectively being targeted at the moment without saying it. Over 5 years people will lose nearly 20% of their purchasing power if the money sits in the bank. This is why repression is described by some as stealing from the old to give to the government. It is very clever as long as you are an active investor, able to return inflation-beating returns. If you aren't - you have problems. This leads to a retail investor bloodbath. Look at the massive losses in Blackstone and magna and similar style investments - people chasing returns in a zero return environment (as we've been in for years as far as interest rates vs inflation are concerned). This is now heading to a significantly negative real return environment and people will be taking massive risks to get 5-6% returns. It is very sad and the FCA will be very busy. #negativebankrates #bankofengland #negativeinterestrates
Who Are The Property Sisters: Helen Chorley's passion and talent - Who could have guessed?
Who Are The Property Sisters? We’re such a diverse bunch it’s hard to pin us down, so in this light-hearted series of videos, our co-founder Claire Norwood will be doing some quick fire 10-minute interviews to highlight the faces behind the names, and some surprising things you may not know about them.
Property Predictions: Affordable Housing, Institutional Investing & Crowfunding 2021
Proptech has become a real buzzword in the property investment and development industry over the past couple of years. Hear from specialist Toby Wilde on what he sees for property, affordable housing, institutional investing and crowdfunding in 2021 and beyond. He has a vision for the future of real estate which is why he founded OPARO a Real Estate and Computer Technology (REACT) firm which is algorithm-based, people-driven and has real estate investment at its heart. Find out more at www.oparo.co.uk
Property Auction Predictions 2021 - with experts Piot Rusinek, Jay Howard & Helen Chorley
Want to know what the expert think what will happen in the auction market in 2021 - then listen here first! https://www.facebook.com/JayG666 https://www.facebook.com/the.auction.pro/ Link to book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Before-Hammer-Falls-Insiders-Property-ebook/dp/B07R5898JF #propertyauction #propertyauctions #ukpropertyauctions