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    We rent but would prefer to own again. My husband's job has required yearly moves for the past five years so owning would be much to difficult at the moment. If we stay in place for 5 years we will buy and I will have lots of garden space again.
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    If you live in a half decent rented apartment for 20 something years you will have payed the equivalent of a good 2/3s of a decent sized house in rent, without ever owning it. If you take a loan for a house at least you have ownership of the house as a goal at the end of the tunnel.

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    it sure isn't an investment anymore property!

    I will never buy property, even though some property has come down by as much as 20% in Britain I still think the prices are ridiculous, also you then have the problem of buying 3 houses to live in 1 as the price you buy the house for is not the price you pay after interest rates for 30 years!

    Anyway property as an investment even during a time when house prices are rising seems a bit odd to me, ok so your house has just increased by 30,000 in value but so has every other house in the country so when you move unless you move to a poorer property your not gaining anything financially.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pino View Post
    Anyway property as an investment even during a time when house prices are rising seems a bit odd to me, ok so your house has just increased by 30,000 in value but so has every other house in the country so when you move unless you move to a poorer property your not gaining anything financially.
    It's not so much a lucrative investment as it is one which will protect your wealth and savings. Land can only increase in value as the world and Britain become more overpopulated, and money will only decrease in value as hyper-inflation sets in (money being printed). Therefore your £200k that's sitting in the bank now will be worth £100k in 20 years, whereas that £200k house will be worth £300k in 20 years. Sure, everyone else's homes will be worth £300k too, but you now have £300k worth of assets as opposed to the £100k you'd have if you hadn't bought that house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cythraul View Post
    It's not so much a lucrative investment as it is one which will protect your wealth and savings. Land can only increase in value as the world and Britain become more overpopulated, and money will only decrease in value as hyper-inflation sets in (money being printed). Therefore your £200k that's sitting in the bank now will be worth £100k in 20 years, whereas that £200k house will be worth £300k in 20 years. Sure, everyone else's homes will be worth £300k too, but you now have £300k worth of assets as opposed to the £100k you'd have if you hadn't bought that house.
    ahh yes I know what you mean and can see your point but there is also a chance that deflation could cause the money in your bank to increase in value and your house to decrease, which seems to be the case at the moment.

    So long as fiat money exists nothing is stable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pino View Post
    So long as fiat money exists nothing is stable.
    True.

    We're seeing deflation but all experts are saying it's going to be swiftly followed by hyper-inflation. When you consider our tremendous debt, our recent bank bailouts and weak pound it comes as no surprise that Gordon Brown has announced the government intends to print more money. More money in circulation = inflation. The Globalists want to bankrupt us. We're to become serfs again. This bailout, economic downturn and weak pound is economic warfare against the people of Britain. Any deflation will be short-lived for massive inflation is what's required to turn Europe into a third world continent and abandon borders.
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    I own--ten acres (four hectares) with a house and a garage/workshop.

    As long as I will be living in this area, I wouldn't ever want to rent again.

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    when you say you own it have you fully paid for it?
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    They always tell you that your house is your biggest asset. More often than not, that is quite blatantly not true, and your house is your biggest liability: Expensive to maintain, and oft the mortgage is not payed off fully many years after it started --- with the obvious catch that if let's say if it runs for 30 years, then after 20 years you've only paid off about a third and you're going to be hard pushed to afford the huge payments to come in the last ten years. Owned property is really only definitely an asset if you own it 100% and do so as early as possible.

    Prime example: my the end of the mortgage, my stepfather will be 59 - a life's work just to own a ground floor flat in a once lovely, scenic (when we moved in, we were about 20 yards away from the end of the conurbation, quite literally) and socially constructive suburban area which is rapidly downturning as more and more council flats are added in alongside owned flats which they're building even further along, ruining much of the peaceful atmosphere in which I grew up in.

    On the other hand, there is much trouble that comes with rented property. It's not really yours, you're always sort of a "slave to the landlord" in as far as keeping pets, gardening, making alterations and even your very tenancy is concerned (If he sells and the new landlord doesn't want tennents, expect to be chucked by the time the latest lease agreement finishes).

    At present I live in a type of student accomodation. It isn't exactly Halls, but it is one of the many chains that entertain several properties for students. I had previously rented a flat privately with a friend but that was not for long, pointing at the landlord selling issue. I suppose with shared accomodation it can be a bit of a wager, but this year I have been reasonably lucky in the end, the flat-mates are easy-going, and the only annoying thing is that the girls upstairs make a noise no matter what the time of the day. Hel, you'd expect us lads downstairs to be much more rowdy...

    When I am older and ready to found a family, I shall of course prefer actual owned property, and more so in the countryside. I wouldn't be entirely opposed to inheriting from a family member and attaining an owned house that way, or by paying out other heirs their share - but to be honest, I'd actually prefer to "build my own from scratch", to all the family's needs and necessities. I may have two left hands when it comes to this, but well, can't make it fully yours if it isn't 100% to your liking.
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    I own my home. I have rented before, but it's not the same feeling. When you own your place, you have the feeling that you will always have a roof over your head, no matter what - even though that's misleading.

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