Is the HOUSING MARKET ABOUT TO CRASH in 2020? (Property Investing for Beginners)
What will happen in the UK during this recession in regards to the housing market?
Will our homes lose most of their value or could this mean that the market for buyers and sellers stops dramatically as we recover?
Predicted 2-10% drops in home prices for the next year could be ahead, so let’s discuss this and also how you can make sure you are prepared.
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