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  1. Hi Everyone, Im about to ask a question that i'm sure is posted on here on a daily basis but no matter how many pods i listen too or how many articles i read i find my head spinning and unable to make a decision.... maybe i'm suffering from analysis paralysis? The Facts: Im 25 and own my own house (with a mortgage) i have £35,000 ready to invest and could potentialy take some more equity out of my current home if i needed to about another £15K. I Live in Portsmouth and i know everyones stats and saying my area is probably the worst place to invest for capital growth right
  2. Hello all, I am ready to meet with a Mortgage Adviser and prepare a buy to let mortgage for my newly registered limited company. Can anyone recommend a broker in Hampshire? if it was Portsmouth, Havant, Fareham area then even better Many thanks! Ben
  3. Hello Property Hub community! I started listening the the Property Geek podcast then the Property Podcast and Property Radio News last year and have found Rob and Rob both extremely informative and motivational. Armed with newly acquired knowledge and determination I completed my first BTL investment in December and am currently getting it ready for rental. I am currently looking at investments in the Portsmouth and Gosport area and have a 15 year plan to to become financially independent. Looking forward to sharing thoughts and learning from the community. Steve Miller
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