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  1. Greetings All, In the midst of planning my desired strategy I have come up with a curiosity - how do most property developers/landlords structure the financing for their own home? If you have enough capital, I suppose the optimal scenario is to buy a place in cash, but as most of us have limited capital, it is better to keep it 'working'.. I also don't want to be throwing money away on rent, so is the answer an interest only residential mortgage? Any tips, thoughts and opinions welcome. Thanks! Karl
  2. Please can someone help! I am in the process of buying my first property through my new ltd company. My guess is it will complete in 6 weeks or so. It is a 3 bed property that will be a single let. The property is perfectly habitable now and could easily be rented out as it is, however I want to do a fairly big refurb. E.g. replacing the kitchen and bathroom, new carpets, redecorate etc. This will mostly be a like-for-like refurb and I don't think the majority of it will count as a capital expense. If I do this work before I first put tenants in, am I right in understanding th
  3. Just trying to get my head around tax... You own a limited company, which in turn owns a rental property which makes £5000 profit each year. Within one financial year you reinvest all the profit on a new rental property owned by the company. In this example, is there any corporation tax to be paid? Or does the fact that you've reinvested the money mean that your business has no longer made an overall profit and therefore you don't have a corporation tax bill? Thanks :-)
  4. Good evening everybody. I would be greatfull if somebody could give me some ideas of the best way/place to get a short term loan/finance for around 4-5k. I am in the process of flipping a 3 bed terrace property in an attempt to gain more capital with the view of buying another BTL and another flip off the profit. Any advice is welcome and would be appreciated. Regards, Jase
  5. I currently have one residential mortgage but I would like to purchase another property to renovate and sell for a quick profit. Last year I decided to do some travelling and I am currently working a ski season in Europe. I rented out my house before I went travelling so the repayments are taking care of themselves (and I plan on leaving it that way). I will be returning to the UK in April and would like to invest in another property, but to buy and sell rather than rent out. I am a general builder by trade so (other than gas and electric) I can do most of the work myself.
  6. paulrybak

    HMO Yield

    Hi all What gross yield, net yield and monthly cashflow do people aim for or achieve with HMO properties? If you have a real world example then a little detail along with the figures would be great! I just want to get a feel for what is deemed acceptable for this type of investment prior to setting my goals. Thanks in advance Paul
  7. Taking into account the new tax regulation for individuals many people are forming limited companies and buying properties under the limited company. What is the best efficient options? Can the limited company allow us save more money on the long run? Please share your views and experience. Regards,
  8. Hi there, I'm a student currently in university who has become interested in property and the whole business behind property. being new to this industry there is much that I don't understand, so first, I was wondering if people would be willing to answer the questions I list without scoffing at my naivety. 1) when looking at buying a property to let do many investors take account of the time to pay off any loans through the profit from the rent rather than just the amount of rent they will receive? 2) If you wanted to get comprehensive data regarding a property you were interes
  9. Hi Folks, So for those of you who are keeping up with me, you'll know I'm searching all ways of building up my capital to start my own portfolio, so here's my next potential scheme, that I'd like your advice on please! So me and my partner are looking at getting our first home in the next 8 months, looking to get settled and secure before investing. The original plan was to find a nice house that's ready to live in, however! Now I'm learning more and more about property, my thoughts are as follows; could we, buy a BMV home, refurbish it, settle in for a year maybe two then address any furth
  10. Hello All, A brief introduction: I am Barney, 22 years old and I work in IT as a Network Engineer. From the age of 18 my mum guided me through property flipping. I helped her flip around 6 properties until i gained enough knowledge and profit to go alone. I'm currently 3 properties down the line and really enjoying myself. I have a 10 year plan to get out of the rat race and wake up doing what I want (To run my own company and manage my portfolio). I am very grateful to have stumbled across this website after reading the book. I'm always open to learning as much as possible about prope
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