Michael Murray: There are many ways of exposing oneself to property
Some treacherous, some smart, some blind and some downright stupid...
Property has never been far from my radar. As a householder. As a lender. As an investor. As a renter – some at overlapping and some at different times over the past 30 years.
Yet, apart from my home and less than 2 per cent of my personal investment portfolio, I have steered well clear of the sector - and even clearer of investing in banks which, for decades, have had more than half their balance...
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