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I am embarking on my property portfolio and personally think a flat is a more conservative option than a house. Don't want to start with anything complex like flip, HMS and etc. Just a simple vanilla let. So I have come across these two options: 1- A flat in a premium location (next to train station or town centres) targeting young professionals or a mature or PhD student. 2- A flat on a more suburb or smaller town targeting retired people. Obviously the first one offers better yield but less stable tenants. And the second one probably gives a longer term tenant with probably di
We're thinking of doing a retirement home investment where there is a net return of 10% for 5 years and then a compulsory buy back of 110% after this time or 125% after 10 years. We would effectively buy a unit in a home for 129k and then sub lease to the developer who pays the net return. Are we mad to consider it its a similar net return to an HMO which we were looking at before but its 'hands off'. What are peoples views on this?