High yielding property 8% and above



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high yielding property

minimum of 10% residential properties with full occupation outside of glasgow should you require details?


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If you can't be bothered to keep track of your own money, someone is going to take it from you. Not doing any research and simply handling your money over to a stranger who makes nice promises is NOT the best investment strategy.


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I would have thought that there would be a lot of high yield stuff in Brazil (thanks to the next Olympics)


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Brazil? Now I am not trying to be pessimistic but if people thought that the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Dehli lacked somewhat in the infrastructure and readiness of the facilities; at least the majority of the visitors to those games returned home with their valuables and their lives.

Short of a very nasty 'ethnic cleansing' style sweeping away of the favelas and their inhabitants, I see a security and safety disaster looming in Rio in 2016; it is a lawless place.

As for property; there may be good investment opportunities in this potentially beautiful tropical paradise but remember that the Real used to be at around 4 to the Pound and today it is 2.7 so the exchange rate is against you; plus you would need to buy somewhere well away from the big cities and in a gated and guarded development.

Damian George

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Parker123 is right, the currency exchange rates at the moment will kill any returns from this point on

google currency wars