Property Market Crash Alert
Are you ready for the next property market crash?
Right now the property market is experiencing a mini boom, due to all the pent up demand from during the lockdown.
But don’t be fooled by this false sense of security.
The property market is going to crash by the end of the year, or in early 2021.
This is because the UK will slip into recession over the next few months and October will be the crunch point, when the Government’s furlough scheme comes to an end. Many people who are currently on the scheme may not be brought back to work.
Unfortunately, millions of people might become unemployed overnight.
The Bank of England has predicted this will be the worst recession in 300 years and that property prices could drop by 16%.
So what does this mean for you?
This is going to be a period of massive uncertainty for most property investors, or it could be the best investing opportunity of your life. You get to chose.
Although no one has experienced anything like this pandemic before, the property market has seen many crashes, the last one of course being in 2009.
Whilst some investors lost everything in the last crash, there were those who did extremely well.
To explain exactly what is happening right now, and how you can not only survive, but actually thrive in a property market crash, Simon Zutshi has released a brand new video explaining what you should be doing.
Simon, who is the Author of Amazon property best seller “Property Magic”, the founder of the property investors network (pin) and one of the top property investing mentors in the UK, successfully guided all of his students through the last property crash, and those that followed his advice have done very well.
This new video is actually the first in a series of three, no cost training videos which are being released over the next 7 days as follows:
Video #1 – How to survive and Thrive in a property market crash
Video #2 – Best Property Investing Strategy in the current market
Video #3 – Make More Money From Your Property Investing