Property Investment: How to fund your retirement with a buy-to-let property pension
Do you want financial security in retirement? How about reducing your hours or retiring when you are ready rather than when you are told to? If you do then this book is for you.
Don’t believe the doom and gloom merchants who think property investment is dead. It is alive and thriving for those who develop property portfolios in an educated and informed way. We are all living longer and for now that means that we will be retired for longer. As it stands many people in the United Kingdom do not have a retirement pension and many of those who do will find that it may not pay out enough to retire financially secure.
This book is for those people who would like to take more control over their retirement and have a lot more certainty about what that means in real terms. Property investment for a retirement pension makes good sense as property prices increase over the long term and rents will increase too. This book does not claim to be a get rich quick scheme but it does provide a considered approach to investing in something that has withstood the test of time historically and is likely to do so in the future.
We British love property and it is an area that anyone can invest in. Whether you are 20 or 60, you can invest in property and if you invest wisely and do your sums, you can rest assured that you will be able to retire comfortably when the time comes.
“As I’m currently in my 20’s retirement and pensions seem too far away to be worrying about. However with the government constantly raising the pension age it’s likely that I’ll be 102 before I receive a state pension…as I plan to retire long before that I’ll need something to supplement my work based pension.
Dawn Brookes explains the way she herself has managed to take early retirement, funded through buy to let investments. In this book she explains all you need to know-the basics of type of pension, what you are likely to be able to buy in whatever your circumstances may be. She advises on types of mortgage and how many properties you should invest in in order to be comfortable. Her figures are up to date unlike some books written before Brexit…”