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  1. Hi All, Sorry for the long post. I'm totally new to this and was hoping to gain advice from you all, so any wisdom imparted would be sincerely appreciated. I'm interested in beginning my property investment journey after gaining much confidence from the contents on this wonderful site. I'm from Birmingham but live and work in London. Initially, I was looking for a high yielding B2L property in somewhere like Sheffield or Nottingham, to potentially net between £500 - £1,000 per month cashflow to generate some passive income. As a newbie, I want a hands off approach, interested in mode
  2. Hi everyone, I'm looking for my first buy-to-let property and have been looking into Nottingham for the following reasons: - a strong performer in late 2014 - fits into the 'northern' bracket often talked about on the podcast as a sensible place to buy with high yield (an better alternative to London) - its close to where I grew up so I do (sort of) know the area. But I haven't lived in the midlands for quite a few years. My questions are: - assuming people agree with Nottingham as a good option...where are the best areas? (I read that Radford & Park and Woolaton are good) - w
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