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Thinking about property investment? Read this first

There are always people who enjoy predicting doom and gloom for the property sector. This time, though, they may have some valid points. This pandemic shutdown has created a drop in demand for rentals,  reduced some renters' ability to pay,... Continue Reading →

Made to measure? Ready to wear? All about off-the-plan apartments

Last week I witnessed the glorious sight of 120 women drinking wine and listening to a seminar on getting started with investing. Girls Just Wanna Have Funds was a puntastic pleasure. I liked Molly’s description of investment being like the... Continue Reading →

The property market right now: headed for a full-blown Britney meltdown?

If the residential property market was a person, it would be an Instagram influencer selling you slimming tea right now. Any article about house prices is clickbait gold for publishers. If you have a property, you want to know what... Continue Reading →

Investing 101 – Explained in shoes. Because, why not?

There is one important things that bad-arse, grown-up ladies do with their money. And no, it's not buy designer handbags. Ok  maybe some do - but that's not what this post is about. No, what really grown-up ladies do is... Continue Reading →

Don’t panic and start early: wise words from rich people

One perk of my job is that I get to hang out with some pretty rich people. Ok, when I say 'hang out', I don't mean we are drinking champagne on their yachts. More like, we are in meeting rooms and... Continue Reading →

Getting a home loan: a Fierce Girl guide for rookies

So you're going  to buy a property? Congratulations! You must have sold an organ or won the lottery. Maybe you saved your arse off, or got some help from the parentals. Either way, you have squirreled away enough money for a... Continue Reading →

4 reasons you can stop panicking about buying a home

Sometimes it feels like all money conversations come back to this issue. Can I buy my own home? Will I be a failure if I don't? Can I ever afford one? And it's not a daydreamy, hypothetical convo, like 'What if I... Continue Reading →

An Insider’s Guide to Finance: the risk-reward relationship

I've taken plenty of risks in my life. Some were productive, like packing up and moving to London. Leaving my marriage was a big risk that was hard to take, but the right thing to do. Wearing neon patterned tights... Continue Reading →

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