The Top Ten Property Investment Coaches To Follow

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Top 10 Property Investment Coaches
Top 10 Property Investment Coaches
Top 10 Property Investment Coaches

London, United Kingdom, Nov. 07, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Property investing is an age old tool for those looking to diversify their portfolio, create passive income and build generational wealth for themselves and their family. The world of property investing has been booming for the last decade, and is set to take some interesting turns in the years to come. For most of us, the world of property investing is daunting. Without the proper direction and guidance, you could be wasting your hard earned money on the wrong investments. According to Two Comma PR, a property investment coach is of utmost importance if you want to make the right investments, and secure the best returns on them. Each with their own unique area of expertise, here are the Top 10 property investment coaches to follow. 

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Wave of foreclosures may follow housing market boom: Michael R. Strain



an aerial view of a city: What could go wrong? Bloomberg/Photo


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The housing market is booming. Is this another indication that the recovery from the Pandemic Recession is complete for the rich, while low-income households are left behind? No, it isn’t.

It’s primarily driven by the usual suspects in any market: supply and demand. But serious challenges are looming for low-income homeowners. Expect a wave of foreclosures in 2021.

A slew of recent data shows that in the U.S., housing is going gangbusters. Sales of existing homes increased by 9.4 per cent in September to 6.6 million units on an annual basis, its highest level since May 2006. The median existing-home price was 14.8 per cent higher than in September 2019.

New-home sales slipped in September relative to August, but are up 32.1 per cent over the year. Seven in 10 homes sold in September were on the market for

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MPP Sam Oosterhoff’s gathering refused to follow COVID-19 rules, restaurant says

The Niagara Falls restaurant that was unable to get Niagara West MPP Sam Oosterhoff and his party to wear masks and physically distance is pleading with the public to still support its business.

In a Monday Facebook post, Betty’s Restaurant in Chippawa said it has COVID-19 safety protocols in place to protect its staff and customers, which Oosterhoff and a gathering of more than 40 people would not follow.

“This group was reminded several times that they were required to wear masks when not seated at their table. Unfortunately, they chose not to follow posted rules about wearing masks and distancing. We can remind guests but we cannot strong-arm them into following rules,” the post said.

“We have sanitized and disinfected the entire area since the party and we are truly doing our best to follow all guidelines for your safety and ours.”

The post, which echoes what restaurant owner

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Wave of Foreclosures May Follow Housing Market Boom



What could go wrong?


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What could go wrong?

(Bloomberg Opinion) — The housing market is booming. Is this another indication that the recovery from the Pandemic Recession is complete for the rich, while low-income households are left behind? No, it isn’t.

It’s primarily driven by the usual suspects in any market: supply and demand. But serious challenges are looming for low-income homeowners. Expect a wave of foreclosures in 2021.

A slew of recent data shows that in the U.S., housing is going gangbusters. Sales of existing homes increased by 9.4% in September to 6.6 million units on an annual basis, its highest level since May 2006. The median existing-home price was 14.8% higher than in September 2019.

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New-home sales slipped in September relative to August, but are up 32.1% over the year. Seven in 10 homes sold in September were on the market for less than one month. In

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