A journalist at The Sunday Times (Home) is writing a piece of property flipping. She's keen to get views on how rising interest rates will affect the flipping market. Will they mean less people flipping as it's more expensive to borrow? Or will the fact that borrowing costs are rising drive more owner-occupiers out of the market, bring down prices and therefore provide more properties for flippers to purchase at less than inflated prices? Deadline is tight. Cut the waffle and write like a dream. The Sunday Times is the Sunday papers, after all.