A pension system badly in need of reform, confusing tax system, and under-performing stock market has made property investing increasingly attractive to private investors over the years. Fuelled by the ever-expanding supply of credit, the entire world was swept up in a property bubble, which popped with the advent of the global meltdown when UK property prices fell by 21%.

As the property market recovered from the bust, the Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker, which reflects public sentiment towards the housing market, reported that nearly a third of Britons think that housing prices will rise, rather than fall for the rest of the year. But, as the Eurozone debt crisis heated up with its eventual outcome unknown, investor confidence has been shaken in recent months. Join this panel of respected industry experts, find out what's in store for this sector, and discover where bargain hunting opportunities may be found today.

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