Wisdom of the majority is a dangerous assumption

Carol Tallon Talking Property: To proceed blindly with plans put in place more than a decade ago does not strengthen the property recovery', but instead threatens it.

27th July, 2014

Every industry has its own particular lingo; the tech world is almost indecipherable to the layman, much like the law used to be. And this is also true for the real-estate industry, especially for investors. If you don’t know your LTV values from your yields then the property market is likely not the right place for you.

Of course, the danger with industry-specific terminology is that it can be downright misleading. For example,...

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