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  1. I’m investing in a little town on the east coast, nothing major, I tend to flip properties but my previous two BTL purchases there are giving me 8% and 9%. Plus with the growth in that area has seemingly gone up a good amount the past 4 years I am even looking again to take more out for additional purposes. Agree with all the other comments. But for me personally if you do enough research there are plenty areas throughout the UK which will give you +6%. Best wishes going forward, Jase
  2. Hi, Great information in what Conrad has given, it is a good starting block. Remember you will always keep learning. Could I ask what your long term Strategy is please as I’d love to help/have an input. Have you read Rich Dad, Poor Dad? That was one of the first investment books I read and it changed my mindset immensely. Best wishes, Jase
  3. What sort of ROI are you willing to pay? Best wishes Jase
  4. Steve, doesn’t sound like rising damp with what you have just explained, as most of the time rising damp is alway there! I would get a no obligation quote from environment for a PPU. I recommend this because they test the walls and will not install if it’s rising damp because they give you a 100% guarantee that you will see significant improvement. Best wishes either way and get it fixed as I wouldn’t like to leave with the windows open all the time, seems a loyal tenant, keep them happy .
  5. Hi Steve, You need to explain where the damp is occurring and I can certainly advise you the best I can. If it’s confirmed as rising damp I would get a dpc damp membrane installed, in my personal opinion they are far better than the injections people do nowadays. If it is not rising damp and it is for example excess moisture, black mould and so on I would highly recommend a positive pressure unit. If you are a competent DIYer you can pick up a great one off the net, but if not I have heard from close friend a company called enviorvent are useful. There is also a lot more things it could be including a small leak in the roof, guttering or even coming through poor pointing on your brick work. Please keep in touch and us up to date, if you have got any pictures post them so I can look. Best wishes Jase
  6. Hi Karen, Could I ask what size HMO you are considering please as I may be able to help. Best wishes Jase
  7. Hi Jon, Welcome to the forum, an i hope all is well. Tell us more about the flip you have just done with your father. Purchase price, Profits, what work was completed etc. Love to hear other people doing well through flipping. Best wishes an All th3 Best going forward, Jase
  8. Despite anybody being legally responsible. It is only fair you/your landlord should pay due to the ivy on your side which obviously wasn’t maintained correctly caused the damage.
  9. Your welcome any time I can help I will. Congrats with getting the offer accepted! I would advise going to An experienced BTL broker. I know a couple of people who have rented back to private agencies who support special needs on a Three year lease which does bring them good returns. This cant be much different then renting to the council. Keep me updated on your progress and best of luck with your property journey. Jase
  10. Thanks for your response Julia. My plan is to flip the property and hoping it’s on the market in the next 20 weeks. Could this have any impact on the future sale. ive gone over and over the documents and it certainly isn’t on the land regs. I appreciate your response Jase
  11. Thanks Dino. Your advice is very helpful. When I read the letter I also thought it was written in present tense. I was just very confused. But I do appreciate your response
  12. Good evening. I completed on a property last week and have today received a letter about chancel repair liability and insurance. I will attach the letter and if anybody could shed some light before I speak to the legal team I would greatly appreciate it. I thought it was/to cover any church or parish within the area, but having read the searches/land regs it stated the property doesn’t fall within any parish/church. I could of got this all wrong and it could be a simply answer/solution but I have never had a letter regarding this before. Kind regards jase
  13. Good evening, I completed on a property last week and have today received a letter about chancel repair liability and insurance. I will attach the letter and if anybody could shed some light before I speak to the legal team I would greatly appreciate it. I thought it was/to cover any church or parish within the area, but having read the searches/land regs it stated the property doesn’t fall within any parish/church. I could of got this all wrong and it could be a simply answer/solution but I have never had a letter regarding this before. Kind regards, Jase
  14. Ahh ok, I do apologise. Sorry I haven’t much experience in the Liverpool area I’ve only spoken too one estate agent in Liverpool and that was Northwood who answered my questions happily. I would recommend just ringing around and asking the question in another thread on here, I know there are a few Huber’s who invest in that area. Sorry I can’t help further. Jase
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