Buying and selling, holding and folding

By Linda Sanders In Money

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2nd June, 2012
It might seem odd starting a personal investment column talking about when to sell. But the first law of investment is that what you buy you will ultimately sell. When you buy a house, you will sell it again – probably within a decade, based on real estate industry figures. Life circumstances change – you get a new job in a different area, your relationship ends, you decide where you are living no longer suits your needs or you feel like something new. So, whether you are an experienced, active investor or new to the game, there are two things you need to ask yourself when deciding where ...

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