Blog2007 ≫ The plan is to keep the flat too


Might be a bit ambitious, but I don't see why, we didn't spend as much as we might have done on this flat. Having a second property ought to more or less pay for itself if we rent it out, and I would consider any shortfall to be a contribution to savings, the value will most likely rise over the long term. The rental income ought to increase and the repayments decrease over time too.

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