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Property Investing
Property Investing

Property investment involves holding property for the long-term, generally with the hope or intention of benefitting from capital appreciation. By contrast, property trading refers to the buying and selling of property or land with a view to making a profit. It is important to identify the camp into which the property falls as the tax rules are different.

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Property Investing

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