All of us could do with more time. Lack of time can put us under pressure and cause stress. Enough time is available to all of us; we simply need to know how to manage it.
From a young age we learn the importance of money, but it is amazing how bad we are with it. No wonder. For most of us, money is too tight to mention. Here are some must-know money rules.
Raising a deposit to buy a property is not easy, but is certainly not impossible – no matter how large the deposit. The more ways you can find to add to your deposit the quicker and larger it will grow.
Don’t be put off by the title. Resist the temptation to scoff or smirk. Open your mind for a few minutes.
Some lucky people grow their money with ease – for instance, those who inherit large sums from relatives and those who win the lottery. However, for the vast majority of us, we can only increase our money or wealth by diligently following good money management practices.
There are many things to consider, check and assess when buying a flat. Failure to do so could lead to problems, cause disputes and cost you a lot of money.
Self improvement is about making the most of our natural abilities, about maximising our potential, about unleashing our hidden strengths and powers.
‘7% net return for 5 years guaranteed. Hands-free fully-managed in an area of high student demand’. Sounds great, eh? What’s not to like about student accommodation as a property investment? A lot, actually.