What’s the best repayment method for you mortgage? Principle? Interest only? Both? Line of credit? All in one?
In this video Brett Alegre-Wood shows you how each one works in detail and illustrate which one works the best for investors, and why. There’s an extra clever way to go that you might not have heard of.
But that said, it’s all becoming irrelevant when the reality is that the FSA are now actively regulating consumers away from interest only mortgages. Unless you become wealthy your choices will continue to become more and more limited.
Watch this video and find out more…
Brett Alegre-Wood is a award winning and best selling author of The 3+1 Plan and is Founder and Chairman of YPC group.
YPC Group is a leading UK property investment education and portfolio building service with offices and clients around the world. They specialise in London and UK new build and off plan property investment.
Call the team on +44 (0)207 812 1255 or http://www.ypc-group.com or http://www.londonpropertyhotspots.com
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