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  1. We are in the process of buying a btl with a little added bonus - a small building plot for 2 small houses on a derelict plot of land that comes with the house. The intention is to build, refinance and let. We are full of good intentions and need to keep momentum. We are not expecting to complete for another 2 - 3 months (probate, covid etc). We want to use this time to educate ourselves on building houses - we won't be doing much of the work ourselves but know that we want to project manage rather than have a turnkey build. We've had a general google - does anyone have any recommendatio
  2. Hi, Just a quick query and hopefully someone can help. I currently have a dispute with a developer in which they are claiming the boundaries are in the incorrect location. Looking at my title deed plan the redline boundary relates to physical features on the ground and therefore looks to be correct. The developer is now producing the TP1 plan which does not line through with the title deed plan (i.e Fencelines, House Location, Garage Sizeare different sizes and positions) But they are claiming that the measurements from the TP1 conveyancing plan (which the original does not have any di
  3. Thanks for taking the time to read. Will try and make as brief as possible and will reply quickly if there are any questions I purchased a building containing 3 flats and I am planning to rent the flats on a serviced accommodation basis. The contract details that the developer is obliged to complete snagging. I had a professional compile a snag list and sent this to the developer. The developer has been ignoring correspondence since. I have notified the developer that I am in the process of sourcing a mediator and said that I am planning on pursing the developer in the courts to
  4. Hello, I'm being sent a lot of newbuild developments all over the country, some nice ones for investment, some aren't. The problem I find with a lot of these developments is that they ask for 30%, sometimes more on exchange of contracts which I think is ridiculous. I'm not about to give my money (£40-£60k) to the developer, to just sit in their bank account for 2 years. I'm (we are) basically funding the developer's work. Am I missing something? is there another perspective to this? (assuming I'm willing to wait 2 years for a property).
  5. Some people think that Rob D isn’t a new builds kinda guy, this isn’t true. New builds are great for hands off investors, but you need to be aware of key points to be successful. Learn all about what you need to be mindful of on this week's podcast. Do you go for new builds or do you tend to avoid them?
  6. Hi All, I have a question regarding a recent opportunity I've spotted. There's a commercial spot for sale by auction close to where I live, it has absolutely huge potential for development and has had lapsed planning permission for 6 x 2 beds and 1 x 1 bed with basement parking granted. It sits 3 minutes walk from the local train station which has a direct line into London Bridge in 55 minutes, so as you can imagine it would be very popular. It currently has a business occupy the building at a rent of £14k per annum and they need 3 months notice before it's deemed vacan
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