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  1. Hi, I completed on my first vanilla BTL through a Ltd. a few months ago and am now looking into higher yielding and high value deals. The two main strategies that i am looking at are HMO's and multi-unit freehold blocks (MUFB) (2-5 flats) of which i am very eager to get a deal in before the SDTL holiday ends. Now, since i also started freelancing a few months ago i did hear that getting an HMO mortgage can be quite tricky if one does not have a long track record of freelancing and/or 6+ months of projects lined up. Vanilla BTL's however should be easier given i soon have 6+ month AST track record. My question is am i more likely to get lending for a MUFB (i.e. can they be more treated as a vanilla BTL) and maybe even at a better interest rate than a full fledged HMO (with planning etc)? In that case i would dismiss the HMO route and fully go down the MUFB as the return/risk profile is very similar to me. Any help or guidance much appreciated. Thanks, Lars
  2. I ask this question because multi family properties are valued differently from single family therefore I would assume the cycle for multi family is based on a raise in rents ,by the landlord, increasing the value and not a raise in the value or number of comparable properties being sold as it is in the single family market. Basically, I am just wondering what the cycle looks like and is based on for multi family property?
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