Why Invest in Property?

More and more people are beginning to understand that property investment, when approached in the correct manner, can offer short, medium and longer-term returns that far exceed any other form of investment vehicle or asset class. Pensions as a means of retirement planning have come under much scrutiny over recent years due to their poor returns and high level fees which has meant that even those who have invested over the most recent 20 years have on many occasions, received back less than they have invested over the term. When you compare that to property investment over the decades, there is of course no comparison.

 

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“Target Markets helped me to achieve three properties which are fully managed and create excellent income and I also use two of them for my holidays! Excellent service from beginning to end. Mr F. Young, Surrey

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I was new to property investment but this company makes the whole process simple from beginning to end and I am now the proud owner of income generating apartments in the US and in France which are fully managed. Thank you! Miss S. Williams, Suffolk .

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With my busy schedule I didn’t have time to find suitable properties for renting out. Target Markets sourced my properties and they were delivered fully furnished fully managed and tenanted with a 10 year rental guarantee. I will be using them again. Mr L. Jacobs. Putney, London.


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