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  1. Hello everyone,I am new here, but have been following Rob and Rob for some time and very grateful for all their work they do for community, hopefully I’ll manage to get my own BTL soon.I would like to form “Rent to Rent” limited company and I was wondering if someone could help with advice please.I have found two 3 bedroom houses I can rent and sublet on room by room basis. The living rooms have already been converted into 4th bedroom, so there will be 4 people in total in each house.To my understanding, I need to:1. Sign commercial lease agreement between my LTD and the house owner.2. Make su
  2. I currently work in London as a Management Consultant, where I earn 60k a year. Over the last 4-5 months, I’ve developed an interest in Property from a desire to supplement my earnings with passive streams of income. By the end of the year, I will have £30k ish saved. I’m not interested in buying my own place, as I like/need the flexibility in renting - and so am going to start to build a Property portfolio with that money, probably start with a BRR in Liverpool, and continue to funnel money into other deals from my day job. However, I’m still very new to Property and am without any
  3. I've heard people say that rent to rent is a 'scam' and 'doesn't work'. I don't understand why people say this, does anyone agree? Or can you make a successful business out of it? Also, by the way how does you get rid of this quote thing below?
  4. Hi, I am quite new to property investment and would love some advice on how to get started. I'm 22 and haven't got much money so I wanted to start off with deal sourcing to build up some funds. Also I wanted to get into Rent -to-Rents and Lease Option Agreements, but am I unsure how to get a landlord to trust me with their property. What would you suggest and are there maybe any other ways that I haven't listed. I'm willing to research many different methods and start acting them out. Both generic and specific advice is very much appreciated. Thanks Michael A
  5. My fiancé and I own a property each and both earn about 38k, excluding the rental income. We want to keep our total income below the £45,000 mark so that the personal interest relief is still provided at the 20% level and to keep our tax level below 40%. We have a company to buy our future properties because we want to build a portfolio to provide a retirement income. The Question. Can we use the company to rent the properties from us for say £6,000 per annum and allow it to rent the property out for £14,000 pa. This would obviously have the desired ef
  6. Hey, I'm looking to start Rent to Rent in the Bangor area, could anyone give me a recommendation of a Rent to Rent professional that I could maybe reach out to for some advice on the subject. I'm looking for a way to build some extra income while saving for my conventional buy to let mortgage. I'm also willing to of course contribute money for the mentoring or for the advice which is why I am posting on here so I can be sure what I'm paying for will really help and it wont be one of these good marketing guys with fancy words. Thanks in advance!
  7. Hi All I am wondering if anyone could recommend a property insurance broker. I am starting a rent to rent business so it would be great if anyone has experience of working with a broker that understands the model. No problem if not I am sure a general property insurance broker would work as well. Thanks in advance! Josh
  8. Hi Guys - I’m new to this and finding loads of great info but would like some advise on who to get stated on a rent 2 rent project. Looking to replace my current job as a Business Analyst in London and this seems the cheapest and fastest route. I think I have found a couple of properties that could clear me £1000 a month but not 100% I’m doing this correctly. Any advise or courses I could go on??? What about the legal side?!?! A little lost !! thanks Jamie
  9. Hi everyone, I'm from the UK but work overseas. I have a lot of free time to focus on the new property business. The problem is i'm not spending any time back home in the UK. I have money to invest for BTL properties and already have some properties in the UK but in my personal name. I want to build up good cash flow because my current UK income is small. Do you think its possible doing Lease Options back home while i'm not in the country? Do you think its possible doing Rent To Rent back home while i'm not in the country?
  10. Hi guys Would appreciate your comments / advice here please. I have an opportunity to lease a property from a neighbour while they move abroad for a couple of years, and would operate it on a rent to rent basis. My query is - who is responsible for what in terms of insurance? I obviously don't own the property (a lot of insurance companies ask for details on ownership etc.) so keen to get your thoughts on this. Many thanks GM
  11. Having committed to securing and running three rent to rents in 2018 I'm seeking some advice from the kind folks of The Property Hub. I am fortunate enough to know the property market in my area very well and am exposed to properties from time to time that would make suitable Rent to Rents (or as it should be called 'rent to let'). This year I am planning to take on three properties under 3 year licences to hopefully turn a profit doing rent to rent. I am looking for recommendations for a solicitor who has experience in drafting R2R contracts. In addition
  12. Hi, does anyone have any experience with 'rent to buy' or lease options? I would just like some advice/information on them please Thanks
  13. Dear members Hi My name is Mohammad Ali. Some of you might have heard me at the property investor show in London's Excel where I put my questions to Rob&Rob at their live podcast recording there. I found propertyhub.net in summer 2015 when I was searching the net for an answer to a property question I had at the time. That's when I landed in this forum and found very useful answers. So I registered straight away and then started receiving some emails which in turn introduced me to rob&rob's podcast and publications. I've since come a long way in educating myself in prop
  14. Hi all, I’m Drew, I’m introducing myself as a newbie here. I’ve been listening to all the podcasts, reading the magazines and looking forward to attending the meet ups. I’m living in SE London and am a landlady with a small portfolio of single lets in Cardiff. I’ve also just completed a 3 bed 2 bath refurb which I’m selling to buy my own home in S/SE London. I used to own and manage a portfolio of properties with my ex-husband and we had efficient systems in place with no void periods and increasing rents. We had lots of happy tenants - integrity, good quality homes and te
  15. I had a call today from a chap as a result of my Rent To Rent ads. He is in a rubbish position and I would like to help him even if I don't take on his property. I have said I will have a think and get back to him shortly. The property is a 2 bed flat, which doesn't work for R2R purposes really, but bear with me. He bought the 2 bed flat for £82,000 in 2007 and took out an extra £20,000 on the mortgage to do works that didn't happen.... I estimate the property to currently be worth £75,000 and his remaining mortgage after 9 years is also around that figure. It has been rented ou
  16. Hello property family! I'm Sami and graduated from uni recently. I am starting off my property investor career and am stuck as i am having a hard time surrounding myself with people that are in property investment. I don't know where to start, how to get a team around me and the whole process of starting off. I need someone to guide me through my first property deal, whatever that may be. I am looking at Lease options as a strategy. I am based in Kent. If there is anyone here that can be my mentor and help me with this please let me know. I am so ready and have a lot of information but hav
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