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  1. Hi everyone, First time writing a post, I spend a lot of time in this forum, it's a great resource. I wanted to get some general advice please on my situation. My fiance is preparing to purchase her first property, I'm already an homeowner but my partner isn't. She currently lives with her parents and has always wanted to purchase her own place. She is a basic rate tax payer whereas I'm higher rate. We're targeting a property in Kent not far from her parents, specifically looking at Gillingham, Chatham and Strood with a upper threshold of £120k limit on the property price.
  2. Hey everyone, So we are Stephanie and Karen, we are new to property investing and have one investment property in South London through inheritance. So this is now the start of a big/exciting/scary journey! We have an interest in Kent particularly Swale and Medway as we know these areas, but also South London/ Croydon /Sutton as this is where we live and obviously have local knowledge. The property hub pods have been fab for me (Stephanie) as I listen on my commute to Canary Wharf and we are thinking of buying a property with Property Hub in the north and it would be
  3. Hi All, We are looking to buy our first property using our Ltd Co. that we have set up. We have found a property in need of refurb and we are looking to buy using bridging finance (we do have the cash to buy out right but prefer to use bridging), refurb and refinance later. We have gone to our usual solicitor who has worked for us on a few land and property deals before that have always been straight forward mortgages buying in our own names. However for the first time as a limited company their quote seems to have increased quite a bit (£1,500 +VAT + disbursements fo
  4. Hello, can anyone recommend a reliable mortgage advisor specialised in BTL mortgages and bridging loans who ideally is a landlord too? If possible we would like to meet someone local in South East Kent (Canterbury, Ashford, Folkestone) area. Thanks!
  5. Hi all, My girlfriend and I are looking to start in BTL and are based in the South East in the heart of Kent. I am drawn to high cash flow properties rather than speculation on property values so as a result I often find myself looking at properties in Nottingham, Leeds etc which seem to have better yields and I have some experience of (Uni). However, if I could find yields nearing 10% in Kent at all I would be very keen to get involved with something more local, but my local property knowledge is poor from an investor point of view. Does anyone out there have any advice on areas w
  6. Hi fellow propertyhub.net members. My name is Mark Nicholls and I am new to the property industry and it is where I wish to head in terms of investment and employment. I am based out of Kent and due to my employment often find myself all over the UK. My main aim initially is education, learning and finding a mentor. If there are people out there that are able to assist with this, it will greatly appreciated. Best wishes Mark
  7. Hi, I'm Harjit. I have a full-time job and I am looking forward to making a start in property investing. I currently live in a 2 bed flat which I bought in 2013. At that time, I could see the property prices starting to go up and I wanted to ride the wave. So, I bought this flat with a view that by 2016, there would be enough equity build up in this flat that I would be able to: Extract some equity, let it out and use the equity (and extra savings) to buy a bigger house. Fortunately, my flats value has appreciated quite a lot in last two years and I am planning to go ahead with my
  8. Hi everyone, I have just registered with the propertyhub after listening to half a dozen or so of the podcasts and really enjoying the style and approach of Rob & Rob. We (my girlfriend and I) bought as first time buyers at £160k in 2012, spent a whole lot of money and 18 months getting planning (nightmare), renovating and extending (if you can name it we have had to do it in our house, roof, electrics, plumbing, steelwork, sewage treatment plant, connect to mains gas, underpinning, dealing with asbestos...). We also managed to buy a little more land and build a garage on the plot
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