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Hi all, As a newbie to this, I'm busy crunching the numbers. Most of the examples I come across seem too straight forward. I've pieced together costs from several examples below, but what other costs should I be factoring in (example. 2-bed flat)? So far I have: Solicitor fees (conveyancing) Mortgage fees (application \ product \ valuation) Stamp duty Service charge Ground rent Letting fees Insurance Repairs contingency Furniture (if applicable) Refurb (if applicable) Cheers Tom
Hello PropertyHubers! My name is Paul, I've been procrastinating in property for 10 years id say, and suddenly find myself at 53....a veritable cobweb-covered old timer.... Fortunately wifey and I have a mortgage free farmstead in Devon and a Slough end of terrace crash pad ....through no real strategy. I'm determined now to take action and join you successful property folk I admire so much, and build a portfolio, and have been on numerous courses....and one more to go from Mr G. Armstrong next month. Rob D's fab 'running the numbers' spreadsheet is sooo much better than most courses an
Hello! Thank you Rob and Rob for having an internet presence that can't be ignored. I only found out about you a week ago and my life is a new, busy, interesting place I'm a professional model & accidental landlord (as a result of moving out of my London flat to buy a house with my husband, but keeping it on to rent it out). Now I've saved a deposit to do a buy-to-let on purpose this time, and am hoping it'll work out as well as the first, because I need an eventual exit strategy for my day job - modelling is HARD on your joints. I'm hoping to buy in the West Midlands, since I d