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  1. Hi all, I have just started out on my first business venture with a friend of 7 years, we have currently set up a limited company which will house our property portfolio and are in the middle of purchasing our first 2 properties one in Sheffield and the other in Doncaster. Our short term goals at the moment are to be able to focus on this as a full time career and leave our current jobs. We both have a fair bit of experience in construction so hoping this should help us on our way. Any tips would be appreciated and anyone investing in these areas please feel free to get in contact.
  2. Hi, I'm currently in the process of setting up up my rent2rent business, specifically HMO management. I have recently come across a few deals in manchester. All are 6 bedroom 3 story properties. After doing the dudilligance, I calculated that they all generate a cash flow of atleast £3000 and a profit of no less than £600. Unfortunately I do not have significant funds to pay for the set up costs. As a result am looking for a joint venture partner. Please get in touch if you are interested
  3. Hi, I have seen so many interesting ground rent investments on action, but what are your obligations as the freeholder of the ground? Are you responsible for the insurance and maintenance of the full property? So if the roof or brickework had issues you need to fix/pay for it? All the best. Folkert
  4. Hello I'm Ash and I am currently serving in the Royal Air Force. I also have a geeky hobby of building websites and managing my own which I am hoping as time goes on will become my full time job and investing in property. Since a young age I was told investing in property is the way to go. Pensions are getting smaller, we are working longer and harder for our money. This may be a boring introduction as I have no properties to my name, however I am here to soak up as much information as possible so I am fully prepared for when the time comes. Ple
  5. Hi all, I am contemplating my first buy-to-let investment and I am wondering if I should be targeting a city flat to or a bigger 3 to 4 bedroom family home with garden. I am thinking about investing in Birmingham or one of the other midlands or northern investment areas recommended by Property Hub. Which property type would you chose and why? Thank you. Barry.
  6. Hi, I’m just starting out on property investment and I’m struggling to put money down for a deposit. I have seen an ad for buying a serviced-accommodation property for £15,000 In central London which would provide high renting yield BUT with a leasehold that ends in 5 years time. This opportunity seems to good to be true and I was wondering what could be the catch/trick? Have you already invested in serviced-accommodation? Any advice? Please find below some details: This specialised serviced accommodation offers high rental yield income with a projected £117,572 in net profit over ov
  7. Happy Easter All, I was curious what ROI percentage and net yield do you look from from a buy-to-let? Thank you in advance. Joe
  8. Hi guys I have just leaped into my first investment with a standard BTL property in Salford, Manchester. Was wondering if anyone on here has any knowledge of the area and any thoughts on the deal. I managed to get the deal slightly below market value. I have attached the right move link below. Any feedback is welcome. http://www.rightmove.co.uk/s6p/61096188 Cheers Mason
  9. Hi everyone, I’m Rob and I’m based in Glasgow. I’m new to property and my interest was sparked last year when I bought my own house. I found a love for negotiation that I didn’t realise I had and managed to save myself 15 k below home report which I thought was good. I found it exciting so looked into property more. I'm just married so most of my capital was spent on my wedding so now slowly building back up so I can invest myself. Meantime, I am looking at boosting my capital by helping other people and source deals. I’m interested to hear what people’s investment crite
  10. Hi, My name is Steve and I've been an active subscriber of all things property hub for the past few years. I have always been interested in property and earlier this year decided to take the plunge full time to focus on my passion - leaving behind a decent career in construction. I live in Leeds but my focus and business activities are in Hull, East Yorkshire and I'm interested in discussing the market with anyone with an interest in the area. I'd love to speak to new investors who are interested in making the jump themselves, experienced investors with inte
  11. I’m looking for some advice specifically from Property Lawyers/Experts/Investors to understand how I can structure/package potential deals.Could anyone with correct skillset drop me a messageThanks
  12. Hi all, I am a complete newbie and would be grateful for as many people's thoughts and suggestions as possible. I have £250k to invest and would like to take advantage of leverage and get Buy to Let mortgages. However, I am struggling to do so as I do not meet many of the lenders' criteria (I'm not a homeowner, I earn under £25k base and I'm under 25). I'm considering buying somewhere for cash renting it out immediately. This would take my salary over £25k, and I would then be able to apply for a Buy to Let mortgage on another property. Alternatively, I could buy a prop
  13. Have never read about this but what's your view on using household/contents insurance payout to 'add value' by refurbishing then selling on ? Been interested in purchasing a property near the Thames that will be a home / not an 'investment'. In 2004 the area was flooded, and asking the agent showing the property how much of the property was flooded his response was just the hall...... 6 weeks on after getting a mortgage offer accepted, instructing solicitors etc I find out from another agent ( he wasn't interested in marketing the property ) that several rooms were flooded and their insuran
  14. Hi Folks, 20k isn't a lot I know, Me and my partner have been saving for a long time, we'll have more in a few years. What would you do with this money if it's all you had? How can I build my capital in the quickest way? Thanks Guys! Brian.
  15. Hi there, I am a Civil Engineer working and living in Edinburgh where I have lived my whole life. I graduated and have been working for a couple of years now whilst saving some money. I have now reached a point where I could buy a property to live in although the preferable areas are quite expensive especially for a first time buyer in Edinburgh. I have looked at other methods of investing but property is a sensible long term plan, seeing as I am only 25. The aim would be to have a property that could be let out whilst I rent somewhere else and save to reinvest. This may also be beneficial
  16. Ciao a tutti! I am an Italian landlord living in London and I love this forum! Been listening to R&R's podcasts and they are truly inspiring. I have been living in the UK for many years working for a very cool company I own some properties in Italy and although I enjoy being a landlord by name but not by fact, I really miss being close to my investments and dealing with the tenants myself. So, whats the solution?? Well, I will start investing here in England! That is really a no-brainer guys, the market here is awesome and the opportunities to make it big are endless!
  17. To me, it seems clear that unless one disposes of substantial amounts of cash, London is becoming more and more distant as a viable financial investment for many of us. ROI's and yield values are not great compared to other places in the UK, prices are increasing by the second, and making good deals seems impossible (competitions is fierce!!). But hey, you can argue that London will always have a high demand..a very strong point if every month you have to pay your lender! The amount of people wanting to live in the UK is increasing and London is like a flame to a moth for most of them. On
  18. Hi and thanks for welcoming me into your group ;-) I'm property to the core having sold over 10,000 houses as an agent before concentrating on property auctions, development and investment. I currently own a multi service property business including 'Auction House Scotland' the 'Glasgow Property Agency' and we have a specialist broker for mortgage products for investors. I'm happy to help people in any of these areas so feel free to message me ;-) As a trader I'm interested in deals for my property funds...... I've bought 250 properties in the last 18 months and we're looking for more. Str
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