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  1. Having a tenant turn the bedroom into an 'en suite'. On top of that, pouring concrete down the outside drainage...
  2. What's your worst experience of 'bad' tenants? The pictures below used to be a kitchen and a bedroom/bathroom (now an en suite). But this isn't the worst... concrete down the outside drainage, that was a stinger.
  3. Good morning, I am purchasing property and renting them each month. There's enough supply for those that want in. I can provide a service to source these properties for people that would like high returns and do not want much to do with the properties as such (except receive the rent). Introduce them to a team to manage (estate agents/mortgage advisors and letting agents) the property effectively and get their 10-15% roi. I can present a report to any potential investors for a minimal cost that will consist of photography from viewing, seeing if works needs completed, provide an esti
  4. FAO those who always see areas of high rental returns but never know how to go about it… those sceptical about investing in the unknown (area’s that they cannot see from their doorstep, and hassle-free competitive maintenance from letting agents) An all in one; ability to source, ability to view properties, ties with mortgage advisors/solicitors/estate agents and letting agent and provide tailor made reports to outline exactly how my model works.
  5. Good evening David, Thank you for your message. I build up in areas so that I know the knowledge of it down to a T. I think self managing is OK if you have some time on your hands. But I think main reason is that we don't want tenants calling all hours of the night with issues etc. The idea is to get the right letting agent that is actually going to save you money and do repairs cheaper than you could get it done for. Then its worth it. Most letting agents want their cut, hence why prices are expensive for repairs and fixes. Where are you based if you don't mind me asking? I'm in Gla
  6. Good day. We all aim to get the greatest amount return from little investment. I aim for up to £70,000 properties. Ideally for a £50,000 investment you'd like £500 a month (£6000 a year). That would be 12% (minus 1-2% letting agent fees). My background is a portfolio of 12 properties in England and Scotland. Some self managed and some letting agencies manage. I have a model that has been successful for myself and wanted to share this knowledge with others. I think there's a couple of things that investor's find daunting; 1. Purchasing in unknown areas. Although returns may be b
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