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  1. I'm planning on acquiring a property to refurbish and rent it out afterwards. Now I am able to pay it in cash but after six months I'd like to remortgage the property so I can expand my portfolio. I live in the Netherlands, which makes it more difficult to get a mortgage in the UK. On top of that, I'm still studying so I don't have an income, I have no house on my name and have no experience with real estate. I'd like to know if it is still possible to remortgage a property in these circumstances. Are there perhaps ways to increase my chances, like using my parent's income as a backup?
  2. Hi all, I'm an investor from the Netherlands and would like to invest hands-off in the UK. I've been doing a lot of research lately and think it's finally time to make my first move, and arguably the most important one: finding a sourcing partner that I trust. Now I've a network in my own country that leaves lots of positive reviews on a sourcing partner in Wales, however, I'd like to see what others have to offer and be active in other parts of the UK as well. Are there a few critical questions I could ask to the sourcing partners I'm gonna call or is there another method to know if
  3. Hi all, I'm looking to buy my first buy-to-let property and now have to figure out the best way to deal with tax. I found out that buying through a limited corporation works best for me but it would be even better if I start investing as an individual and as soon as I hit the higher rate barrier, start investing through the corporation. This way I'lll pay about the same tax on my profits but wouldn't have to pay dividend tax. I've never seen people do this so I questioned myself if this is even possible. Kind Regards, Sven
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