There are plenty of headlines about arrears, about buy to let investors who will now be chased down as part of the new Central Bank ‘targeting’ scheme and about people in various stages of financial difficulty, but what do we really know about the people behind the numbers?
Today is your chance to help change that, Karl Deeter from Irish Mortgage Brokers, Brian Lucey of Trinity College and Marie Hunt from CBRE have put together an online survey for people who bought investment properties and we thought it would be a great idea to share it with our readers, they are hoping to get a large response which will help them gain some insight into the people who bought investment property.
The online survey is totally anonymous and will take less than 90 seconds to complete. You can find it here:
What they are hoping to do is to get a better read on investors, see what type of risk takers they consider themselves to be and find out more about their experience as a property investor.
When the final survey is completed we’ll be covering the results here, but first, follow the link above and fill in the survey, it will help all of us understand the world of property a little more!
Have your say….
- Do you think property investors were reckless or didn’t understand the risk they were taking?
- Would you invest in property in 2013?
- Do you think banks should chase after landlords with far less consideration than they do for regular homeowners who are struggling?