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    When I am not working at The Hub, I do some freelance writing, social media management, and ad-hoc virtual assistant work. When not doing any of that, I watch Arsenal, take a keen interest in politics, and look after what feels a bit like a menagerie of children and pets.

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  1. Most landlords will be aware of Rightmove and Zoopla as the big portals for Sales and Lettings and any agent worth their salt should be listed with both. If you self manage you should also be using an online service to list with these two main portals. At Yellow we go a bit further, well actually a lot further and rather than keeping them as trade secrets true to form we want to share our experiences so you can benefit too even if you don’t use Yellow. We're sharing some of our secrets on this week's podcast, listen in full to find out more and add yours here!
  2. We've waited four years for Rob D to rant and this is the episode where it finally happens. This week's topic takes information from an official government publication 'The English Housing Survey' which you can find here. Listen to Rob's rant in full here.
  3. This week's episode is all about a shake up in the mortgage market that may have just slipped under the radar. Now, some of you won't be affected by this at all but some of you really will so you wont want to miss the details. So, the Bank Of England has an arm called the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) that regulates lenders. They’ve brought in new rules that lenders must follow, to avoid the risky lending that contributed to the last crash. This is happening in two parts: Tougher rental cover tests, since January 2017 “Portfolio landlord” underwriting, from September 2017 Listen in full here.
  4. I’m locking this thread because while there have been some thoughtful comments about training and courses in general, we don’t want negativity on this forum about any particular provider. There’s a lot of free property education on this site, including: • Free property courses • Hundreds of podcast episodes (use the search box to find whatever you’re interested in) • And the collective expertise on this forum Paid education can be valuable too – just do your research and try to talk to people who’ve already done it before you commit.
  5. In this week's episode we're talking about joint ventures for the first time in three years. They’re still a hot topic in property so we wanted to revisit and go into more detail. In the podcast we discuss: What is a joint venture? Why do it? Where to find a JV partner? If you enjoyed The Property Podcast, please leave a review on iTunes Reviews are really important in helping other people to find the show, so by way of thanks we read out every single review we receive on air. If you’d like to hear your name on the show, leave us a review on iTunes here. Not sure how to leave a review? This video shows you how to review and subscribe on iTunes. Listen in full here: http://thepropertyhub.net/?p=11443
  6. Hi Andrew, this course is in no way connected or endorsed by The Property Hub.
  7. Hi, so sorry but we don't tend to allow threads on investment companies. Threads about property investment companies often turn negative, and we don't want The Property Hub to be a venue for this kind of discussion. If you're trying to assess whether a company is legitimate, follow the steps in the "How To Spot A Property Shark" episode of The Property Podcast.
  8. Hi guys! Welcome to The Hub. Which areas are you looking to invest in?
  9. Hi Victoria, I am including this in the newsletter going out tomorrow, so hopefully will get you some interesting responses.
  10. Hi Leuan, I am tagging in @luise l who is the Meetup Leader in Cardiff. I am sure she will want to say hi.
  11. The topic this week is how to predict future property prices and we've used lots of historical data in order to help us forecast what the next few years may have in store for the property market in the UK. Listen in full here.
  12. Hi Paul, tagging in @rob bence here who may have something to add on this one!
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