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brettalegrewood

Brett has over 20 years experience in all facets of property, he owns various companies centred around property and is the driving force behind the education and training at Ezytrac. His companies have sold over £850 million in UK and London property and he manages over 1200 properties through his estate agency chain. Today he shares his time between UK, Australia and Singapore. He is married to Arlene and together they have 4 kids. Brett holds both the Level 3 Property Mark Qualifications for Property Sales and Property Lettings and Management.

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Brexit – Why it’s really happening

By brettalegrewood

Video Transcription: Let’s talk about, Brexit and where I think… Look Brexit, is one of those things, it’s a ridiculous notion. And for me, Stephen Fry’s nailed it on the head, which is, I think it’s about getting us out of the EU. Because EU’s putting a lot of taxes and closing up loopholes to avoid […]

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Will the Government’s Latest Policies Boost UK Real Estate?

By brettalegrewood

Can Developers Afford a Compulsory 20% Discount on New Build Sales? Boris Johnson’s new government is racing to implement new policies across all areas of the economy as it also races toward Brexit at the end of December. UK real estate has not been ignored. But is this good news for property developers? A Revamped […]

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How Bad Will Brexit Really Be?

By brettalegrewood

We’ve been fed all kinds of doomsayer predictions but all in all UK Inc has performed pretty well. So what does this really mean for Post-Brexit?Video Transcription: Hi guys. So how bad will things be after Brexit? Now, assuming obviously Brexit happens, which there’s no guarantees that that will be the case. I just thought I’d […]

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As Brexit Nears, What Is the Outlook for UK Residential Property Developers?

By brettalegrewood

Despite Uncertainty, the Market Remains Robust Many experts are forecasting that residential property prices will fall after Brexit. A no-deal Brexit is predicted to precipitate sizeable property price falls. However, there are indications that such doom-and-gloom forecasts could prove wide of the mark. While Brexit uncertainty has reduced the number of planning applications, the residential […]

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Brexit Deal… Not So Quick

By brettalegrewood

Does Boris have the Votes? Video Transcription: Hi guys. I think one of the things that a lot of people are missing, and actually people are starting to talk about it now a bit more, they’ve got a deal. So the deal’s there, obviously it still has to pass Europe, they still have to sign it off, […]

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Brexit Has Proven All Politicans Are Liars

By brettalegrewood

Video Transcription: Hi guys. So I thought … It’s interesting, I’ve been watching a lot about Brexit and things like that and that just listening to the amount of stuff that goes on with Brexit and articles and YouTube and everything like that, Twitter feeds. And the one thing I’ve found which I found quite interesting, […]

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Why Brexit Will Save Us From the World Recession

By brettalegrewood

It’s all down to the fact that we have already self harmed so much that the economy has very little excess in it. So whilst other economies will be hit hard, UK has been hit over the past 3.5 years of Brexit pain.The only challenge is to get it done and back on track before […]

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