CBS MarketWatch posted an article today advising against investing in residential property. See attached. This runs counter to the experience of most of us in the “Anglo-sphere” since the end of World War 2, but all good things come to an end one day.
An end to the current boom in asset prices, because of low interest rates, seems inevitable if not imminent but, more than equities, residential property is illiquid and a long-term option which may entail more risk than most contemplate. Does Fuller Money have a view on this matter?
Thank you for this question which is not an easy one to answer. Real Estate is an incredibly diverse asset class which, as you say, tends to be illiquid. Like any asset it is best bought following a bear market but there are also individual constraints on supply that support higher prices is certain locations.Click HERE to subscribe to Fuller Treacy Money Back to top