Making predictions Predicting the property market, when it is at its peak or its lowest is difficult. However, for a property developer, the time is right if they can mitigate risk. In order to make informed and effective decisions, developers need to have a deep understanding of their market. It is the length of the … Continue reading Property Development: is this the right time to invest?
Come 12 April 2021, non-essential retail (the remains of it) reopens. Already massively hit by online shopping and American-style out-of-town retail parks, the need for limiting customer numbers and the enforced closure for the best part of a year will be too big a blow for some. John Lewis has already announced it will not … Continue reading What will become of the high street?
Recent forced periods of isolation have brought mental health to the forefront. Always an important issue but we have all had too much time to reflect and enforced isolation has caused much of this thinking to be inwards. I am not a mental health professional, this blog comes from personal experience. We have been blessed … Continue reading How can training help mental health?
Co-living is where three or more tenants, not from the same family or household, share living accommodation. This scenario is common in cities such as London where the cost of living is high. Other advantages of co-living are reduced utility costs as this is shared among the tenants or included in the rent and the … Continue reading Co-Living – what is it and why is it gaining in popularity?
As buy to rent increases in popularity even throughout the pandemic, we are left wondering how to categorise these properties, residential or commercial? When you look at the cost of buying a house and compare it to the increase in income, despite stronger wage growth in recent years it just cannot keep up. According to … Continue reading Are buy to rent houses commercial or residential properties?
There are several types of financial analysts, one size does not fit all! The day-to-day tasks of financial analysts may differ greatly, however, the skills these professionals need are often very similar. Here are four examples of financial analysts: Portfolio managers A portfolio manager is responsible for the supervision and the necessary support of a … Continue reading What does a financial analyst do?
The government rules for staff whilst on furlough have been strict, and incorporate the following: You cannot ask staff to do any work that makes money for your business or any business linked to yours, orprovide any service for your business or linked to your business However, your staff can: Take part in trainingvolunteer for … Continue reading Why has the government encouraged training whilst on furlough?
Cambridge Finance CEO, Maria Wiedner, teaches on the Global Masters in Real Estate Develop program at the IE school of architecture and design, who offer innovative undergraduate and graduate education worldwide. Whilst still undertaking the main training role for Cambridge Finance, Maria's interpersonal and training skills have been noticed and she is in great demand. … Continue reading Cambridge Finance CEO goes global.
In training, we love a good acronym, so we have come up with one for this article; SPACE. 1. Skills Professional training allows for the acquisition or sharpening of knowledge and skills, increased collaboration, curiosity and professional awareness. Once you feel you have the knowledge and skills sharing them in a professional situation gains you … Continue reading 5 reasons why professional training benefits real estate professionals
At Cambridge Finance we train professionals in the construction, development and analysis of financial models. We believe this is a hugely valuable skill in real estate and the financial industries. Why? Please read further. What? Before delving into why we need financial modelling, let us first look at a definition. A financial model is a tool (typically … Continue reading Financial Modelling – What, Why & How?