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  1. Hi All, Attention all residential buy-to-let property investors! I am currently completing dissertation on how residential buy-to-let property investors adapting to the recent tax changes to industry. If you are a residential buy-to-let investor, keen to hear from you on your thoughts and opinions in support of the dissertation. Please like and share survey to those of interest in your network so as many responses can be generated in support of my MSc Dissertation thesis. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BRDKQK7 Kind regards, Simon MSc Building Surveying Post Graduate London South Bank University.
  2. Dear fellow Property Hubbers! 🙂 My name is Graham. I live in Cheam, Surrey and want to build my network in the East / West Sussex area where I intend to invest. Would like to connect with investors in and around the area to share ideas and interests. 💭 Happy to zoom chat until meeting becomes a possibility 💻 Thanks. Graham
  3. Hello everyone My name is Mike and im based in Liverpool looking to connect with investors and deal sourcers. Im on the road to getting fully compliant and wanting to source properties for investors who want to invest in the North West for a reduced sourcing fee as im just starting out, and a testimonial which would be very beneficial to me. Eventually I want to invest in property myself when i have a bit more capital behind me and gain some more experience. I have created deal packs/brochures on houses with property comparables, rental demand, sold house history, ROI, Net yield, Gross Yield etc to try and give good information for the investor so if anybody would like to have a look and give me some feedback it would be greatly appreciated. I would love to chat to some like minded people who are interested in the North West area so if this is you please get in contact and even if this is not you and you just have some advice for me again please give me a message it would be great to have a chat. Kind Regards Mike
  4. Good afternoon everyone, I am on my way to becoming fully compliant and want to source some properties for investors so I can build some capital in order for me to become an investor myself in the future. Are there any investors on here looking to invest in the North West area? I am based in Liverpool and have lived in and around Merseyside my whole life so i have a good understanding of the area. Please do get in touch and we can discuss things further. Kind Regards Mike
  5. Hi everyone, I am Stephen 27 Ex Military served in Afghanistan, March 21st 2012 I stood on a i.e.d (mine/bomb). Let’s not be negative now I love my prosthetic leg it makes me who I am. So the property side of life I currently own four 1 buy to let 2 outright and my personal one. Due to personal circumstances I have a credit score so low I can not get a mobile contract I’m in limbo mode of where do I go next to release money to invest into more property. 2020 is about learning so please any information would be great I have attended ppn and hoping to make pin Liverpool Based
  6. I have successfully done up 2 properties (one had no central heating, they needed walls knocking down etc), on time, on budget, and to a good standard. And I have done cosmetic renovations to a couple of others. I just love it! But it will take me a few years to save up for a deposit for the next one (I'm quite risk averse, and don't want to remortgage to get equity out). So I was hoping to come across investors who are happy to have me project manage their properties for then, at a fee of course! So I would be doing what I enjoy while also saving money to do my own. Any tips re: a) If this is an option; b) How do locate these people? Thanks!
  7. Hello, I have recently inherited a cottage in West Wittering by the sea. My brother and I want to turn it in to a holiday let cottage. We will need about 150K to do the works. We could use bridging finance and then roll in to a mortgage. However, I’d really like to try going down private finance route - ie offer a fixed return to friends, family or other. Does anyone have experience of this and possibly the type of investment prospectus template I could use? Many thanks, harry
  8. Hi All, Attention all residential buy-to-let property investors! I am currently completing dissertation on how residential buy-to-let property investors adapting to the recent tax changes to industry. If you are a residential buy-to-let investor, keen to hear from you on your thoughts and opinions in support of the dissertation. Please like and share survey to those of interest in your network so as many responses can be generated in support of my MSc Dissertation thesis. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BRDKQK7 Kind regards, Simon MSc Building Surveying Post Graduate London South Bank University.
  9. Hi all, I am 40 years old and have lived in Liverpool for the majority of my life and know the city and surrounding areas reasonably well, and hold one property in my own name and one in a Ltd company, typical BTL's. I offer a service where I can view selected properties in Liverpool and/or the North West area for any investors both abroad and UK wide providing plenty of photos and information of the property which you wouldn't necessarily find in the standard brochure and local knowledge about the surrounding areas from someone who knows the area, for investors who for some reason cant view a selected property, and as such can give more an honest opinion from someone who hasn't got any further investment in the property. (Someone who hasn't sourced the property) If your interested contact neil.holman@rcon.uk.com Thanks, Neil
  10. Hello everyone! I am so glad to have come across this forum. I'm new here and have dabbled in small scale development in the past. I've recently acquired a large property that I intend to convert into Apartments on each floor. Several Architects have visited the property and said it wouldn't need major works to convert. Obviously, this would be subject to the necessary funding and planning permissions being agreed for the conversion. I'm unsure as to doing it via my personal name or as a Ltd Co. So.. I'm looking to hear from anyone in a similar position or that can guide me on the finance and planning stages. Hopefully, when Ive chatted to a few people in a similar position or after advice, the whole thing won't seem as daunting. Thanks for reading W-Sheikh
  11. Hello to everyone, Hope all of you are well despite this strange cold weather in May. I am relative new to the industry, however have gained knowledge and experience in Finance and Investment and extensive customer service. This is what I am bringing to the property sourcing sector. It is often discouraging to see sourcers who perhaps mean well, not listening to you and your situation. Whilst searching an investment opportunity recently for a relative of mine, I consistently came across property sourcers who will take in your information and your requirement but will disregard that to simply bombard you with all sort of "deals" that you did not ask for and sometime not even in your goldmine area. Due to this stressful experience, I decided to start sourcing for home buyers and potential investors; to work and pour all my energy in finding you a deal that matches your unique requirements and situation. I would love to have a chat with property investors and home buyers to establish what issues and pain they experience whilst either sourcing themselves or through an existing property sourcers I am currently based in East London, for now that will be my focus and will expand accordingly. Look forward to hearing from you. Have a fantastic day. Henoc Mimbo
  12. Hi guys my name is Louise and it is excellent to be joining this new network of like minded people, I have just joined Elite property investors, and I am loving every bit although some times i feel like my head is about to explode , training and gaining knowledge can be tough, but we all ended up here for the same reason,we all wanna get out of the rat race. A bit about myself I work and live in oxfordshire , and i am a female Gas engineer, love my job and all the perks that come with it, can have its up and downs like anything in life, took me a while to get to where i am now, and its time to set some life goals that will enable me to be financially Free, so i can live the life i choose and help others and have the time to give back, I am looking to invest up North, still working on strategy and area, so not there yet. I have got my momentum training coming up so will be moving to the next stage after the course, while listening to a lot of resource material i came across Rob Dix, i can say i have listened to the audio over and over again and I am listening well i type, great for people to get a under standing of all the strategies and benefits that can come out of it, depending on your starting point and what situation you may be in. Im here to Network, and Gain more Knowledge and see if any one can help me move forward, or if i can help them, or we help each other. Great to introduce my self, thankyou for reading and please feel free to contact me via the forrum or my Email:louiselewis08@yahoo.co.uk In the Subject column state Rob Dix and speaking of the top man thanks for sharing in pdf and audio format truly appreciated. Your Book is EXCELLENT!
  13. Hello, I want to know all of the problems you have or have experienced with the property industry. Whether it is in relation to owning a property or be the buying/selling process, management of properties, communication between parties or anything else. I want to get a clear idea of what the problems are or what you see as negative within the property industry?
  14. Good afternoon everyone, Very good to be here, what a fabulous site this is. What have I done in property before? I have been a co- owner of one buy to let property that we rented to the council so the house was used for social housing. Also a co-owner of an apartment in Tenerife. Both of these have since been sold. So my property buying experience is thus far is limited, however I have been educating myself over the years and now feel ready to embark on the property investing journey. Ideally I would like to invest up north (Manchester way), South Wales (Cardiff and surrounding), and Wiltshire, initially just very average 1,2 & 3 bedroom properties that need some TLC. My plans include building a portfolio to include BTLs for social housing, multi lets, distressed but habitable property flips, and possibly a couple of HMOs when I am much more experienced. I am also very interested in learning more about lease options (run ethically of course). i would be very interested in hearing from any potential investors, brokers, specialist lease option solicitors, architects etc and trades people from anywhere including the areas I wish to invest in. Regards any skills I have that may benefit other members here on the hub? I am an experience Health and Safety professional with a common sense approach, with industry experience in Construction, Manufacturing and offshore Oil & Gas. Certainly, my credentials and experience may be of value for members investing/developing larger refurbishment and construction projects in the UK. I very much look forward to learning and hopefully contributing here. have a good rest of the day.
  15. Hello from Sussex! Happy to help with any Letting & Property Management queries. I have worked for Allsop Residential Investment Management for 10 years and Leaders The Rental Agents for 3 years. Now set up on my own Letting & Managing properties around Sussex ARLA Qualified NFOPP Level 3 Technical Award
  16. Hello Everyone! I have secured a property which is a cash buy and have subsequently got some interest from investors. I offer investors 8-10% on their money for the time that their money is in the deal. For this particular property, the timeframe would be around 8 months as we are buying with cash, refurbishing the property and then we will mortgage it at 75% market value to enable us to pull our money (investors money too) out. My intention is to purchase the property (£60k) with my funds (£40k) as well as the investors funds (£20k), but only my name goes on the title deed. We then set up a declaration of trust between us. When it comes to financing the property 6-8 months later (after the refurbishment) at £80k with a 75% mortgage, we can pull all of our money out. We then pay the investor back his £20k plus interest, and we walk away with the rest to reinvest. So my question is: Can anyone assist with any sort of documentation templates which I can use to set up all the necessary contracts and paperwork required between me and the investor? Ideally the contracts should cover death, insolvency, how security is held, interest payments, etc etc. Thank so much!
  17. Hello, I'm Paddy. I'm interested in talking to people with an interest in investing in property for buy to let's (particularly in the Swindon area but not only in this area). Where do you think is good to invest? What are your thoughts on the legislation coming in at the start of April? What is your strategy? What are your goals?
  18. There has been a buzz surrounding Peterborough for some time, following announcements of various development plans taking shape in and around the city. Peterborough, which was previously best known for having good transport links to bigger and brighter nearby cities, is undergoing a huge period of regeneration with a recent announcement made by Peterborough City Council declaring that UK and overseas investors are backing an impressive £130million regeneration plan. Read more at the BBC here; http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-26229020 The redevelopment plan will see several key areas of the city centre set to be rejuvenated which will undoubtedly deliver new jobs, homes and outlooks for people living in Peterborough and generate interest from outsiders hoping to take advantage of our 45 minute commute to central London. Another boost for the cities image was being crowned the fastest growing city in the UK, followed closely by Milton Keynes, which has helped to enhance the confidence of local, national and overseas investors in the cities potential to deliver. Based on figures collected last year, and as reported by the BBC, the annual change in house prices in Peterborough is up 10.8% compared to national average of 6.84%. When this growth is coupled with house prices which are below the national average and a strong demand for rental properties, Peterborough offers profitable buy to let solutions. With all of these exciting plans and projects in the pipeline and to take advantage of a city on the up, I believe that now is the time to invest in Peterborough! For an informal discussion to learn more about potential returns, property selection and areas to invest, please get in touch Emma
  19. I have been investing in property on a part-time basis for the past 15 years, and in the last 3 years I have dedicated even more time to this, whilst also starting a family and being the proud parents of two girls! I've been a self-employed IT Consultant since the age of 21 and have been involved in various startup's that include a software business, fashion retail business, a GPS tracking business and a healthcare consultancy. However, I have come to realise that my real passion and successes is in property investments and management (although if I could combine this in the future with software, then I'd really enjoy that too!). My property portfolio consists of city centre apartments, detached executive homes and HMO / Student houses (with a random property in Dubai!) I'm now just counting down the days to become full-time in property investing and deal brokering - I hope to one day help others to invest in properties too! I am an open networker and would love to connect with you and discuss any aspects of property investing. Many thanks for reading, Antony.
  20. My names Anthony and I am a huge fan of the property market. Most of my time is spent looking at deals, doing due diligence and crunching numbers. I'm aware of the multiple options and creative ways you can close deals for massive beneficial results and also buying at below market value. This knowledge is wasted without being able to raise capital to put into these deals. I don't and have never had a mentor or "Rich Dad" to educate me, I taught myself. Being part of a young 90's generation I quickly took advantage of the powerful tool I have that we all call the internet and will admit that Youtube and online training courses have been my guide. Okay This is the part where I explain my situation. Im looking for a Long term investor that will allow me to take action on these deals. I understand that with the right formula and a good eye for deals in the market this will can develop into a quality property portfolio. Most successful property investors start with nothing and work their way up. This is exactly what I intend to do! I realise that to invest in someone or someones idea would require some type of track record but since I don't have one my only option is to explain myself. I can say that taking that action of investing in me will result in positive returns once the deal is executed. I would really appreciate it if anyone can suggest an Investor or point me in the right direction of where I can start & build relationships and hopefully a career in the property business. If You would like to email me that feel free to send them to Info@AnfAnthony.com Thank You. Anthony
  21. To me, it seems clear that unless one disposes of substantial amounts of cash, London is becoming more and more distant as a viable financial investment for many of us. ROI's and yield values are not great compared to other places in the UK, prices are increasing by the second, and making good deals seems impossible (competitions is fierce!!). But hey, you can argue that London will always have a high demand..a very strong point if every month you have to pay your lender! The amount of people wanting to live in the UK is increasing and London is like a flame to a moth for most of them. On top of that, with the law of supply and demand, if we are not building enough then whats available is of course going to be more expensive to buy! Can we see a solution to this problem? My answer, as Im sure Rob&Rob would agree, is to start investing in commuter towns. Although one could argue that this could be a temporary solution to the problems we are facing now with high demand around London, could commuter towns maintain a good value in the years to come? Imagine if foreign investors got heavily taxed for buying property in the UK, would commuter towns still be as interesting as they are now? For example, I am currently looking at Woking (Surrey). I know this area pretty well as I commute from London every day for my job (I know, I like to be different!) and with only 30min by train from Waterloo, it is a very nice place to invest in my opinion. But Im taking my time and looking around at all the commuter towns that provide interesting yield numbers. Would be great to have views from other investors who are facing the same dilemma as I am. In the meantime take a look at this link I have found. Many more around I guess, but I find this pretty useful. http://www.commuterguide.co.uk/ cheers @cesto23
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