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Make Your Money Work - With Graham Rowan

Have you got a question about property, why not ask an expert? Property Question Time gives you, the viewer the opportunity to ask anything you want. Whether it's about buying, renting, planning or literally anything else property related, our team of experts are likely to have the answer.

After ‘professional’ wealth managers lost him £151,600 in 18 months and then fired him for having a too low net worth, Graham Rowan, who is often referred to as the 'renegade investor', is on a mission. A mission to rid the world of financial illiteracy.

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Everyday, Property TV dedicates 2 hours of it's programming scheduled to content about moving to, investing in or simply buying in other countries around the world. Each day we visit 4 different countries to learn about that location and what it is like to purchase a property there.

What's more, here at Property TV we provide free and impartial accompanying guides about the countries featured in the programmes. These guides can be downloaded at your leisure. Enjoy!

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Sarah Beeny's Restoration Nightmare

Dream Homes with Oliver Heath

From American architecture to Swedish design, this series takes us to the origin of the inspiration behind stunning homes. This is a real tour de force of big ideas translated into spectacular realities. 
A must-watch for those in the industry - Property Panorama is Property TV's weekly current affairs show which brings you the industry's most informed experts on up-to-date topics.
Sarah Beeny is a property developer with one huge problem! We follow Sarah and Graham, surrounded by their children and builders, as they battle to restore their country house to its original magnificence.

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  1. Average monthly rent for newly-let properties has fallen for the first time since late 2010.
    13 Mar, 2017
    Average monthly rent for newly-let properties has fallen for the first time since late 2010.
    According to the estate agency Countrywide, average monthly rent for newly-let properties has fallen for the first time since late 2010. "Early signs point towards 2017 being a rare year where rents rise faster in the north of the country than in the south." Countrywide's research director Johnny Morris. Last year many landlords rushed to buy additional properties before the 3% stamp duty surcharge came into effect. Many are attributing this rent drop to the large increase in the supply of
  2. Which PM increased property prices the most?
    26 Jul, 2016
    Which PM increased property prices the most?
    A report by estate agency Stirling Ackroyd has certainly given property investors something to think about in regards to which is the best political environment to invest in property. The report goes back to 1979 taking into account the largest price movements in the London property market under various prime ministers. When you bear in mind the massive changes in the 1980s it will perhaps come as no surprise to learn that under Margaret Thatcher the average house price in London increased by a
  3. Rental Market Expected To Grow
    18 Jul, 2016
    Rental Market Expected To Grow
    Kindly supplied by - The World's Largest Property Forum There is no doubt that there will be some monumental changes in the UK economy over the next couple of years . The EU referendum has left many investors scratching their heads wondering what will happen next, resulting in a reduction in transaction numbers over the last few weeks. However, there are many reasons to be optimistic about the UK property market in the short, medium and longer term because of the underlying
  4. Businesses Are Twice As Likely To Raise Capital From Alternative Finance Than Banks
    14 Jul, 2016
    Businesses Are Twice As Likely To Raise Capital From Alternative Finance Than Banks
    A recent survey concluded that 20% of business owners don’t know about the upsides of alternative finance, despite the fact that this industry is on a rapid rise. Last year, the market was worth circa £3.2 billion in the UK alone – a figure which is expected to rise to over £6 billion by the end of 2016. Businesses are now more than twice as likely to raise money from either crowdfunding or peer-to-peer lending as they are from the banks and that’s what drove Racefields to launch our


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