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  1. seems achievable, I am not 100% but as long as its got 2 Points of access and egress and over 7m2 should be fine. I would check with the freeholder first before starting any works if its leasehold. also would it be worth losing good tenants for the extra rent. best of luck with it though.
  2. thank you for all you advice everyone so the day I wrote this I actually had an offer accepted a few hours after haha, I am really happy with the property and deal
  3. hi people I have been looking at buying vanilla BTL's for the last 12 months in the Manchester area but really struggling to get a deal done. people are bidding £10k-£15k more than the asking price, houses have been selling in less than 24hrs crazy house prices are around £150k rent £750 so I would be leaving around £45k - £50k in the deal I won't go into to much details but my strategy is to buy and hold long term 2-4 houses over the next 12-18 months through my ltd co and learn new strategies as I go on I don't plan on leaving my job anytime soon or taking any money o
  4. hi, I am a newbie from Manchester, also looking to invest in these areas, would be interesting to hear you journey. Liam
  5. hi, yeah I think its more learning as I go on and getting the experience I am 25 now so I have a fair bit of time to learn
  6. hi Julia thanks for your in put gives a lot more understanding, prioitise the first 2 then see how it goes
  7. hi everyone I just wanted other peoples opinions on this slow and steady approach to investing these funds, £225,000 to buy 5 properties that are around 6% yield they cash flow around £250pcm each property after all expenses , Mortgage ,maintenance, management ect, so £1,250pcm in total, I won't have full access to all funds till later in the year, my plan is to purchase 2btl's in 2021 with the funds available now, then having the rest of the funds purchase another 3btl's in 2022, then go on to purchasing 1 every year, I don't intend on taking any capital out for a long time. am I
  8. hi Julia, the house's I have been to view have needed light refurbishment, new kitchen, bathroom general modernising through out, so I think the best strategy would be to brrr, as long as I am pulling a decent amount of money out of the deal I will be happy, I have also been looking at standard btl properties, I think I will use both these strategies. any advise would be much appreciated.
  9. hi people, I intend on doing single btl long term, I have noticed a lot of houses that aren't mortgageable so i would have to consider using bridging finance. I would like to find out about bridging finance or bridge to let ? what are peoples views ? 1, is bridge to let still available ? 2, pros and cons of using bridging or bridge to let ? thanks in advance
  10. hi guys, I have a starling business bank account and also Barclays business bank account, I am unsure on which to is best to use for mortgages / direct debits ect ? any help would be great thanks Liam
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