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  1. Hi, I'm looking for advice going forward with regards to living off my rental income and future remortgages. I'm thinking forward and looking at the possibility of living off my rental income in the near future. I'm looking to save up a lump sum to live off initially and would like advice from full-time property investors. 1st question is, once living solely on rental income, how easy is it to remortgage your BTL's and home mortgage? Have you done this? which lenders do it and what criteria are they looking for the least? and what's a typical
  2. Hey Fellow Investors Enthusiasts, I Need to start a Business! Either Flipping at the begging or HM0 cash Flow model. If I start either scenario I have got a Goal Firstly What I hope to do then,I have got a questions to ask, I would be delighted if you Guys could Help out. So Option 1 Is it viable when I say, With £90000-100000 in the begging could I start by buying £40000-£60000 Pound Houses in the Northwest Flipping for at least 10-20% Do this 5 times, Then with the original sum plus the additional funds from Flipping Get into the Cash Flow Model & ac
  3. Hey Fellow Investors Enthusiasts, I Need to start a Business! Either Flipping at the begging or HM0 cash Flow model. If I start either scenario I have got a Goal Firstly What I hope to do then,I have got a questions to ask, I would be delighted if you Guys could Help out. So Option 1 Is it viable when I say, With £90000-100000 in the begging could I start by buying £40000-£60000 Pound Houses in the Northwest Flipping for at least 10-20% Do this 5 times, Then with the original sum plus the additional funds from Flipping Get into the Cash Flow Model & ac
  4. Hello, I hope this message finds you all well. I am so happy I found Property Hub. I am Reading based, and very interested in doing R2R as a means to gain experience in property as well as cash flow, with the intent to one day purchase. I have been researching extensively, set up a company, currently sorting out contracts with a solicitor and I have contacted Reading Borough council to try to understand more about HMO's as I want to be fully legitimate are compliant. I am open to all suggestions, feedback and networking! Thank you!
  5. i understand how leveraging works to build an empire... but i cant seem to find information on how cash is trasfered around to a new scource. IE: buy at 100k at 75%/25% Do up and remortgage at 125K. Does the money get put into your bank account or does it have to be secured on a home. Sorry if this is a dumb question but i cant find a complete answer anywhere. Does the new lender give you cash and put it in your current account!?! I feel like a bit of a bone head asking this to be honest. Could some body give a 100K 75/25 example and explain the route and destination of the
  6. Folks, I have been struggling a lot, as foreign investor, to find adequate buy to let mortgage. Often bound by the limited lenders available for non-dom I most of the time end up with a principle+interest mortgage. As such I need to aim for a max of 60/40 LTV in order to keep the investment cash flow positive. Here's are my rough calculations. Say use a property price 'P'. P can be any number really. Let's use 4% interest rate and 25 years mortgage (which makes the yearly repayment of the principle conveniently equal to 4%). So you'll be paying 4% to the bank on interest only mortgage an
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