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Why settle for 'average' when 'above average' requires less effort?

by 27. March 2017 11:06
It’s a funny word, ‘average’. We use it as part of our decision-making processes, like when we look at ‘average’ temperatures to decide where and when to go on holiday. But in many other contexts it can be quite a damning word – ‘an average student’, ‘a pretty average performance by United’; it implies mediocrity. So is there any such thing as an ‘average’ buy-to-let investment? Not in our first sense – because every property is different, every landlord is different, every location is different and every tenant is different. But in our second sense there certainly is. Because by definition you’re looking for an average house in an average street &ndash... [More]


Yuri Brixenmortar

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