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Don’t Panic But The Next Financial Crisis Is Coming

Don’t Panic But The Next Financial Crisis Is Coming

When Is It Time For Property Investors To Panic? 

Many property investors will panic when the next financial crisis hits…

The uneducated won’t be prepared for what is coming, in fact most ordinary people in the UK won’t be at all prepared, and things could get nasty, very, very quickly.

Smart property investors like you and I will be though, because we’ll have thought ahead and will have a solid backup plan in place.

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Are You Sat On A Property Time Bomb?

Are You Sat On A Property Time Bomb?

How Can Property Investors And Landlords

Avoid The Property Time Bomb?

As we keep telling you, NOW really is a fantastic time to be investing in UK property, finance is more available, there are plenty of property deals out there and property prices are rising! Many people are beginning to think that we may even be entering a new property boom!

However, is this really good news for existing landlords?

You see, this situation could cause a really BIG problem for any existing landlords and property investors who own rental properties.

Rising property prices will contribute to inflation, which in turn will probably trigger the Bank of England (BoE) to raise interest rates to slow down the economy and this is the potential time bomb if you currently have investment properties.

The issue is that most property investors have become very used to the low Bank of England base rate of 0.5% which, means the repayment rate for many Buy-To-Let mortgages has been around the 2% to 3% mark.

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Residential property prices across the UK slumped in April, according to the latest Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) housing market survey.

Across the UK, 19% more chartered surveyors reported property valuation falls rather than rises in house prices.

Expectations for future residential property prices also reached their lowest point with a net balance of 17% more respondents predicting further drops.

Demand from potential buyers was relatively flat during April 2012 as 5% more surveyors reported increases rather than decreases in new buyer enquiries (from +10% in March).

Meanwhile new instructions were stable as 1% more respondents reported falls rather than rises in new residential properties coming up for sale. Whilst the trend may appear flat, the level of supply has not seen any significant drops since July 2011.

April’s property transaction levels entered negative territory for the first time since September 2011, as 6% more RICS surveyors across the UK reported decreases rather than increases in transaction levels.

London was the only part of the UK to observe a residential property prices rise, while the West Midlands and Wales saw the most significant declines.

Whilst the RICS predictions for future property prices saw a notable dip, expectations for transaction levels once again remained positive with a net balance of +15% more respondents expecting sales to rise over the coming three months.

Global Director for Residential Property at RICS, Peter Bolton King, says: “With the recent surge in activity brought on by March’s stamp duty holiday coming to an end, it is unsurprising to see that prices across much of the country are continuing to fall. Renewed concerns over the economy and talk of a double dip recession dominating the headlines in recent weeks may well have served to undermine consumer confidence. What’s more, the continuing lack of affordable mortgage finance is still hindering many first time buyers who cannot afford to get a foot on the property ladder.”

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