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  1. Hi everyone, I am an Architect, and would love to answer any questions you have on planning, design, construction etc etc. I am starting a blog called AskAnArchitect, and will feature the answers on the blog too. Kind Regards, Oli
  2. Dear Property Hub community, My name is Luis, I'm a Spanish Construction Engineer that has lived half of his life already here in the UK. I'm passionate about property investment, for now I've done mainly buy to lets and a couple flips. I'm MCIOB, so charted construction manager and I've got my own small design and build company in partnership with an architect and a Surveyor. I'm also working my way into becoming a residential valuer through RICS. almost there, but not just yet! I would be very happy to help anyone interested in investing in property so I can learn a
  3. Hello, I am an interior architect with a passion for essentialist design and Tao philosophy. I am just at the beginning of this journey - becoming a property investor. Being interior architect for the past eight years with a project around the world I gained experience which I found relevant to start investing myself. Earlier this year I spotted Rob's book, and since then I am considering to start this journey. That's from me. Wish you all one incredible, exciting journey in property investing. George
  4. Hi all, Hope you're all well and not too sweaty in this heatwave. If you're too hot, come and visit us up in Scotland: it's most pleasant! I'm about to get the keys for a flat in a new build in Manchester. I live in Glasgow. I'm also currently experimenting with Airbnb. For this first time, I have the challenge of setting up a property remotely and to a high enough spec to let out via Airbnb (it is not possible or desirable for my appalling taste to be directly applied to the flat). Does anyone have any experience of setting up flats remotely?
  5. Hi everyone, My name is Jon, I’m 31 and from Rayleigh in Essex. I’m married with two children; the youngest being just 10 weeks old so will most likely be using this forum nocturnally, at least for the time being. I work as a Chartered Building Surveyor throughout London and the South East. Following Rob’s sticky post at the top of this page I’d like to introduce myself to you all as follows; · What you've done in property so far Not much is the honest answer. I own my own home with a decent amount of equity and very affordable mortgage payments. As soon as I am able to I
  6. The two types of semi-detached house are either linked by garages, or living room/bedroom. What is the logic of the two designs? Why would architects/builders choose one over the other? Thanks
  7. Hi folks Just dropping-by to say "hi" and introduce myself, I've come here via the excellent podcast (after browsing Itunes for Property Development Podcasts) I trained as an architect and have been working in the industry now for 5-6 years or so... Lots of experience with planning approvals, project development, pricing, technical specifications etc... and plenty of on-site experience too, but never for myself (typical eh?) I've completed projects for friends in the past and remain on good terms with all my former clients, and have managed to realise incredible wealth and value f
  8. Hi all, I am about to do a pretty thorough refurbishment of a 1 bed city centre apartment in Dublin. It was built about 20 years ago so is pretty dated and needs new kitchen and bathroom and I'll probably do new floors while I'm at it. I like all my properties to have some kind of a hook, something about them that sets them apart from the hundreds of other more or less identifical apartments out there, and gets them let quicker and attracts tenants who can afford a higher rent. It can be something about the position, the view, the building, the facilities, or in cases where these
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