I’m simply not convinced by the house-price-fall argument.
Shouldn’t we be encouraging people to save?
The view among investors is that negative interest rates and quantitative easing are increasingly becoming ineffective and costly
The roll-out of Flood Re has also caused frustrations within the insurance industry itself.
The next big move – regulatory approval permitting – will perhaps be focused on whether lenders feel confident to offer a straight 100% product
Could be the biggest housing shortfall since the 1950s
Now is the time for a clearly-defined course of action.
A more versatile approach is vital if future dreams are to be realised and we, and the world around us, continue to evolve.
Just because technology can be developed to the point where a machine can replace a person, doesn’t mean that’s necessarily a desirable outcome in every instance.
Our profession rightly holds itself accountable to the highest standards and prides itself on the rock-solid worth of an unsullied reputation.