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  1. Good afternoon, I hope you don't mind me reaching out for some advice. First time investor here so please go easy on me I have around £100k to invest in a cash purchase but I'm still unsure whether to go for a property of around £100k and recycle the money 6 months later with a BTL mortgage or to buy two smaller 2 bed BTL properties worth a much lower price "up North". I am interested in the following (BMV?) deal in Burnley BB11 as a cash purchase with a view to mortgage it at 75% at the earliest possible stage. Comparable sales (2019/2020) in the area were between £97.5k - £11
  2. Hi all, I have 100k that I am looking to invest into property. I have seen a first property which I like the look of and would be grateful for any thoughts/advice on my numbers as set forth below (thank you to the member who posted the spreadsheet link!) One of the things I am wondering is whether it is better to opt for a 5 year fix @ 3.5% or a 2 year at 3%. (I have assumed 5 year fix @ 3.5% for the purposes of the below and have just use the initial rate on the basis that I will remortgage at the end of the fix but maybe I should assume something higher than 3.5% to take account of
  3. HI, I would greatly appreciate some advice on this property that I have made an offer on and got accepted. It is within the Royal Leamington Spa area and not too far from amenities (15 mins from station, 15 mins to main town centre, near attractive parks etc.). It's not the greatest yield but this is takes into consideration some growth factor and aimed at professional tenants. The option for students based in Warwick and Coventry, and the hospital is there as well. Interestingly the property was priced at 250, but reduced to 220 within the same month for a quick sell. We had
  4. Hi all, Please can someone provide some feedback on my property I have recently purchased for a BTL with respect to my Net yield and ROI. Purchase price £72,000 Total investment £22500 Rental income - £550 - £600 based on similar properties that have let in the area Ground rent & Service charge - £540 Annually ROI - 13.9% Net Yield - 4.35%
  5. Hi everyone please can you critique my deal we are looking at a multi-use investment property. Its a large out of town semi-detached self contained shop currently trading as a nail/tanning/beauty salon, Been trading for 10 years just signed a new 5 year lease on a very busy road with lots of shops non currently vacant with one bed self contained flat above also currently let returning £10320/ year both areas need some work windows/doors flat roof need attention and some damp issues the property is on the market at £99,950 we have offered £88,000 it has an I
  6. Dear All, A newbie to the site, so hope to be able to add input and experience going forward, though alas for now I’m going to be a net taker [hopefully] of some worldly wisdom from people here. Overview: I’m not entirely new to BTL, having held a ½ share with a family member of a 5 bed HMO let to professionals in Southampton for the last 6 years. To date I’ve rarely had much to do with the place as the family member lives close and in addition to a wider portfolio he holds in the area, has self-managed this property alongside his others. We are now at the point of wanting to buy t
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