Finding your first or even your next investment property isn’t always an easy decision. It takes some experience, local knowledge and an understanding of how the numbers add up so your money works as hard as possible for you.
Join Richard Cook and Kerin Marshall as they share their knowledge and discuss all aspects of property sourcing.
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Well, what a weekend that was. Street parties, gatherings in the park, the purple bunting, egg and cress sandwiches, union jack flags, cheese and pineapple on cocktail sticks, and let’s not forget the trifle – the Platinum Jubilee Party. And no decent party is worth its salt without a game or a quiz.
So, if you have post-Jubilee blues, let me ask you, how much was the average Fife house worth in 1952?
In this episode Jim Parker talks to Richard Cook about sensitivity analysis. This is financial modelling that determines how target variables are affected based on changes in other variables known as input variables. This model is also referred to as what-if or simulation analysis. It is a way to predict the outcome of a decision given a certain range of variables and is the unique way Jim Parker has guaranteed his success in property investment over the last 30 years.