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What would you do if you have the fund to invest?


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Old 10-26-2013, 05:16 AM
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Question What would you do if you have the fund to invest?

What would you do if you have 250k? would you buy a property,invested,buy a car,give some to your family or go for good holiday??

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I'd start with the house not sure it would meet the sort of house I'd really really like though!

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Property.

It's a buyer's market at the moment (at least where we are looking at) and I think you could snap up a great bargain before the prices start rising again.

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Property.

It's a buyer's market at the moment (at least where we are looking at) and I think you could snap up a great bargain before the prices start rising again.
Yea totally agree with you rheia...For a long term investment I think property is the best way to invest in my opinion.... Cheeers...

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