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I am embarking on my property portfolio and personally think a flat is a more conservative option than a house. Don't want to start with anything complex like flip, HMS and etc. Just a simple vanilla let. So I have come across these two options: 1- A flat in a premium location (next to train station or town centres) targeting young professionals or a mature or PhD student. 2- A flat on a more suburb or smaller town targeting retired people. Obviously the first one offers better yield but less stable tenants. And the second one probably gives a longer term tenant with probably di
Dear Property Forum, I have a property, un-mortgaged, no chain and used to be our primary house. However, we've now rented it for 2 years to good tenants who have asked whether they can extend for a further 2 years. The yield on the property is 4.5% on a value of £700k. Is there a market for selling tenanted properties of this value, and if there is how do I access it? Or, do I keep the property tenanted and incur capital gains in the future upon selling? My preference as it stands is to sell the property without capital gains. Any help and advice would be most
Hello, Looking to start our BTL portfolio. After listening to a lot of podcast, attend to a few introduction webinars and read a lot about property investment here, we are ready to take action. We already bought a flat in central London where we live and now we are looking to invest anywhere in the country to make some money. One thing in common of all the info we got across is that the north of England is the area that will give you better return for your investment. We have heard that areas like Manchester or Liverpool are already over price and have heard that places