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  1. When it comes to sell your home in any city or town you must want trustable agent. who has a lot of experience in the market is the better option for you choose them. There will lot of younger marketers groups and company available. Selling process of my house. can anyone share with me some tips? Biggest problem how you trust on them. If any one help me how I choose realtor for my house . Any choosing criteria?
  2. I’m looking for my first standard btl I have chosen Liverpool and can’t decide between flats in the centre or houses a little further out i plan to buy 2 or 3 this year @ 80k - 150k. Or should I spend more for premium. i haven’t been to Liverpool yet so any information on good and bad areas to invest would be greatly appreciated.
  3. Hello all, I've never invested in property before but I'm keen to start doing so and generating passive income to top up my salary, with the eventual goal of working only two-three days a week over the next coming years. I did run a holiday let in Norfolk for 18 months after I inherited a bungalow from my late mother in January 2016, but it was a lot of hassle to manage it living far away and my girlfriend and I were still in rented accommodation at the time, so I sold that property last year to free up the capital. With that capital, I've put a large deposit down on a residential house with my partner, and I want to invest the remaining capital. I've currently got a purchase going through on a 3-bedroom semi-detached house, which will be my first investment. I'm not particularly good at DIY, so I won't be making any improvements to the house (or future properties) myself, but I do have some good connections who can help with the work. I've been debating whether to go down the house or flat route, and I'm still unsure about investing in flats, even though they seem to give better net yields over the short-term. I'm unsure of the financial implications of dwindling leases etc. Open to any advice to avoid the many pitfalls! Thanks in advance, James.
  4. I'm just wondering how once i've purchased my first flat for £70,000 max and am renting it out to someone for a bit of extra money, how could I afford to get another property at £70,000 to then also rent out? I am doing this so that when I have children in future I can give them everything they need. I don't really want to have this be very time consuming. I intend to save up a deposit for the first property and move into it as I pay off the mortgage, which may be several years.
  5. To answer this ongoing question I created a video answer - enjoy
  6. Hello everyone Completely new investor here, kiwi/Brit expat living in Dubai who wants to decide on future goals for family and sees property investment as a way of acheiving these goals and enabling us to live a better life within a certain time frame. Initially looking for assistance with releasing equity from a property we own in the UK (do I need a mortgage broker for this?) and then will need assistance of a property company for investment guidance/strategy and then a mortgage broker that specialises in setting up expat mortgages for our next purchase. We are completely serious about focusing on this so I'd welcome any recommendations that might help me start the ball rolling. I'm loving this forum, the podcasts and resources and they really are inspiring and encouraging, now its about the next steps!
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