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  1. Hello all. Ive signed up to the property hub looking for advice. I recently attentended a free rich dad seminar which I'm sure a lot of you have probably heard of. After the the 2 hours I decided to pay for the 3 day training course. I left with the free tablet and then proceeded to research the course. And ultimately decided get a refund. Speaking to to customer services, I was advised as to what to do to get my refund, which was basically to return the tablet and fill out the refund form and return it with the tablet. So that's what I did, recorded del
  2. Hi all, I have over 15 years experience in insurance claims and would like to help anyone who is making or thinking they may need to make a claim. Hopefully no one ever has to claim but chances are some of us will, let me know if you could use any help Best wishes Andy
  3. Good day Hubbers, Can anyone recommend a good mortgage adviser or broker for a BTL in Bolton? Looking to convert a residential mortgage to an interest-only BTL soon, on behalf of my in-laws ages 57 & 67 Is it better to use a local mortgage adviser or will I be fine dealing over the phone / email etc. Any advice or recommendations would be kindly received. Thanks Josh
  4. Hi everyone, I'm in a predicament and could do with some advice...? So, I have 1 BTL mortgage at the moment and am saving hard to get a second. I have about £12000 saved already for my next property and figure I will need another £13000 (£25000 in total) before I can buy my 2nd buy to let property. By my calculations it would take me till November/December 2018 to save up the full amount, so I am contemplating getting a loan for this? I know that getting a loan is generally seen as bad credit, but it seems a logical way of avoiding the 14 month g
  5. Hello everyone, Me and my sister have inherited a 4 bedroom detacted house which is currently worth £400k. Theres is no mortgage left on it. We have been adviced by a financial advisor to move the property into a Limited Company and then mortgage agianst that for deposits on Buy-to-Lets which we are very keen to do. Finally, i want purchase my first home so by doing this, i should pay less in stamp duty. Since talking to my accountant and then him discussing with a collegue that is specilist in this area he has come back and said he isnt coverly convinced that this is
  6. Hi Everyone, I am just starting out and currently saving to get my first property. I have just listened to the propertyhub course on whether I should use a limited company or not as my investment strategy and I'm a bit confused as to what is best for me, so I am hoping to discuss with people who have far more knowledge which strategy is best for me. I am in this for the long term, I want to create wealth and financial freedom through a property portfolio. I understand that the tax threshold seems to be the main reason (and other tax benefits) for starting the company. I was basical
  7. Hi, I'm new to property investing and would appreciate some advice, accidentally fell into property 9 years ago not knowing anything, I have two joint mortgages (1 btl and 1 residential which my mum resides in, mortgage term ends in 6years). Sold another property in 2013 (didn't reinvest). I am currently renting where I live now in London (2 bed maisonette) and in Sept would renew the rental contract, I approached the managing agent to ask if the landlord would be interested in selling or proposed a rent to buy option over the next 1-2 years. The next day the agent called and came
  8. Hi All, I have recently moved to the south west and have been housesharing in Bristol whilst my own house sale has gone through. Now that I am in a position to start looking again for my next purchase, I would like some advice regarding Weston-Super-Mare. I do not know the town really apart from brief visits for work, but property seems to be much more affordable than Bristol and as such has drawn my interest. My tip top purchasing price would be around £265k. I am buying by myself but would like a property where I can also rent out rooms to at least 2 other to help w
  9. Good Morning All Property Investors, Up until now my strategy has been to buy properties to let, growing my portfolio organically by reinvesting any capital growth and excess rent. I started in property in 2015 and I now have 3 properties in Buckinghamshire, not an aggressive strategy but one that at this time works for me. With low interest, this going well and I would hope to add to my portfolio again this year. This is where my dilemma comes in – I am asking myself whether I should diversify my portfolio with a new strategy. I see the following
  10. Hi - I posted this in another topic but not sure if the right place so have reposted it here. If I can get the same yield, regardless of size, I'm really interested to hear people's opinions on whether larger investments are better or worse than smaller. I'm attracted to smaller purchases as it's easier to find cash for the next deposit. I can grow my portfolio more steadily and making more purchases means I can learn more and make better decisions over time. I also hope that the investments will be in under-valued areas and get more capital growth. I know this is only
  11. Hi, I am going through the process of buying my first BTL property. I had a homebuyers report completed last week and got the results today. The surveyor says that they understand the property is being sold on a leasehold basis. I was never made aware of this and I (rather stupuidly) presumed it was freehold. Does anyone know if I should have been made aware that it was leasehold or is it up to me to have found that out before making an offer? It was never mentioned in the brochure. Thanks Matt
  12. Hello, Would hugely appreciate any points for a beginner from anyone with experience or plans similar to mine. Currently looking at purchasing a property (hopefully) BMV in Middlesbrough, the property is a 2-bed semi-detached listed at offer over £37,000 but stated he expects £40,000 minimum (Poker face?) Situated in a rough area but an area where I grew up, so doesn’t put me off too much. The shell of the house is fine, the guttering and windows are fairly modern, it has a solid garage, running water. The seller stated a new boiler is required and the kitchen units nee
  13. Hi, I'm in the process of buying a second property (with a view to letting out my first), but when looking at solicitor quotes I get a complete mix of costs and what they include! Any advice on how much I should expect to pay and what are the essential areas a solicitor/conveyancer should cover?
  14. In the process or reasearching and planning my first project. So far I have found a plot of land that has planning permission for 2 3 bedroom semi-detached houses. I'd like to build these properties sell one and rent the other. I'm doing this with my dad who lives overseas and will only be involved in a financial form. He will fund the protect I will run the project. This is my first project and is my dad giving me the opportunity to prove to him I can follow in his foot steps in property development. He is too busy in Kuwait with his own projects to mentor me. So anyone with a lo
  15. Hi everyone, this forum is an an amazing tool for any level property investor. I am currently saving up to buy my own home hopefully at some point next year. Now I have considered (as advised on here) to buy a rental property in a cheaper high yielding area and put my profit towards the deposit for my own place. I have recently had a little one and so I am considering potentially making sure my own accommodation is sorted beforehand. I have been looking into a share to buy property and they seem like a great idea. The issues I have is the 99 year lease and how difficult
  16. Hi all, I need a bit of advice around remortgages. I'll set the scene for you first: - 3-bed, first-floor tenement flat in Marchmont, Edinburgh (the ones with the high ceilings, ornate cornicing, and bay windows) - bought in Nov 2014 as a dingy student flat, which we've been living in and renovating simultaneously (not recommended) to a very high spec. - remaining work is sanding and painting window and door woodwork, lining and painting the walls/ceilings, putting down carpet, and attaching new light fittings, curtains, and maybe some small other bits - fixed rat
  17. Hello I'm in the process of remortgaging a property to a buy to let. I will have 100% of the property in my name. As everyone knows, over the next few years the tax relief is changing. I was looking for information on splitting the rent. As I'm a higher rate tax payer, I'm going to get hit with 40% which is not ideal. My mother has recently retired, so is it possible for her to rent out the property and get taxed on her rate? If possible, would she have to be on the title deeds? Thanks Howie
  18. Evening all, I'm Tom, living in Cardiff and along with my Dad I am looking to get into property investment. My initial plan is to look at flipping a few properties up the road from Cardiff in Rhondda Cynon Taff. Once I have some experience and some extra cash in the bank I will start to look to do the same in Cardiff a possibly keep some of the properties to build a moderate sized portfolio. I am actually qualified as a mortgage adviser although I have continued exams further into the finance industry but I work for a company that deal with a large volume of mortgages (
  19. Hi forum members, I'm based in London but looking to invest in a BTL in manchester. Can anyone recommend a conveyancing solicitor based in the area? Many thanks
  20. Hi everyone, I'm pretty new to the property scene and have a few questions that I'd really appreciate some advice on... I came into some money a while back and last year bought a 2 bed mid terrace for 70k in cash which seemed like the smart thing to do at the time (At the age of 21 I didn't want the stress of a mortgage) but now, I want to increase my property portfolio and I'd like to release equity to buy another. At the moment I'm thinking to release 80% and pay for the house on a BTL interest only mortgage. This would give me 56k in cash and I could actually probably buy 2 or
  21. Hi all, I am currently not a home owner however by November 2017 I will be buying my first property with my girlfriend. Fortunately, we are buying the property below market value (as long as the market stays at least where it currently is) as buying from a relative and will hopefully have an equity of around 80K. My ideal scenario would be to move out in the November and then several months after purchase my (our) first buy-to-let investment. In the meantime, I am going to invest plenty of time into reading and gaining knowledge, as suggested by Rob & Rob, as well as listening to t
  22. Hi guys, I own a 1 bed in Wimbledon which I bought last year as a FTB, next year my mortgage will be up for renewal and I am thinking of the best way to make the most of my investment. I am currently saving for a BTL in Manchester (where I am from) which I aim to purchase in 2018. I set myself a budget of >£125k so to avoid stamp duty. Currently around 10% of the way to getting the desired 25% deposit. I was considering whether it would be worth mortgaging next year to free up some funds so I can invest in my next place. The flat in Wimbledon will have increased in value so ther
  23. For LTD co BTL mortgages, who exactly is assessed by the mortgage underwriters? For example: If a SPV limited company has 2 shareholders (one of which is a director) but each have 50% of voting shares, is the director the only person being assessed and has to meet criteria? Hope someone can provide some insight into this! Cheers, Luis
  24. Hello all, my name is James and i am a new investor in Hull looking to build my team to begin my investment journey at the start of the new year. I am working through a limited company which i have just registered as i do not intend to touch my portfolios profits until retirement from work. i am new to the property investment networking circle but have booked my place on my local PIN meeting in Hull. But i am looking for any referrals on independent mortgage brokers and property specialist accounts in the local area. If you or anybody you know has used or are using any body they would
  25. Hi, Could anyone provide some insight into what type of mortgage you would need to purchase a property that you plan on letting as a serviced apartment on sites like Airbnb? From the people I've spoken to regarding this, lenders seem to dislike this so many of them don't notify them. Cheers, Luis
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