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  1. I have been researching and looking for my first buy to let property and have focused on Nottingham! I have seen a couple of ex-council properties and have been advised by local lettings agents that they would rent out well to families, which is exactly what I am looking for! In terms of numbers, they work well too! The only concern I have is simply just the fact that they are ex council. I know that in terms of renting this isn’t so much of a problem these days, but I am looking for a mix of yield and capital growth- I do not rely on the income, but as it is my first some good cas
  2. Thank you very much Julia for your help! I think you are right about West Bridgford being out of my budget unless I waited a bit longer until I could afford it. Would be interested to hear your opinion on if you think the house prices will continue to rise as Nottingham in general (hopefully) benefits from capital growth as WB is such a popular area, or if you think perhaps I am a bit too late for now? Thanks for the great tips on other areas to research too! :D Take care Rogin
  3. Thanks Richs for the message! Yes I have heard that West Bridgford is very popular and it has benefited a lot from capital growth, I do wonder if it will continue to grow in price as it has done as Nottingham grows in price (if the predictions about capital growth for Nottingham come true :D ) but it may very well do as it's such a popular area, I think for me it is possibly too out of budget to consider at this stage, but will be interesting to see. Selective licensing applies for all properties that are rented out in certain parts of Nottingham - city centre and Nethe
  4. Hi everyone! Just to introduce myself I am 26 and work full time with a busy job in the NHS! I bought my home almost one year ago and am now looking to buy my first buy to let and really hope that this will be the start of a portfolio. My main focus is capital growth - a good yield would be great, but I am happy to compromise on this. I am focusing on Nottingham as it is near to where I live so I think that this would be a great starting point. At the moment I am looking at houses only because I understand them more- as I build on my portfolio I would be keen to look at flats at a l
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