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I am looking at an HMO in Hull. The numbers look good - 11% net yield . The asking price is 180,000 but when I look at Rightmove / Streetchecker the highest ever sale on the street is 100,000. The agent says that the seller can provide a RICS approved valuation on request. I am not familiar with this method of valuation . Does anyone have advice . Charlie
Hi i find myself in a situation where as a 1/3 joint owner of a property (tenants in common) we are dividing the property as sadly relations are not all as amicable as they might be, comm's are minimal currently. Recently at the "Nth" hour in division proceedings the other two stakeholders, who are hanging onto the remainder of the property have expressed a wish to have a "right to first refusal" option on the portion of the property that i am to hold onto (as sole owner) in the division. Can anyone please tell me what the norm is in such a scenario? Specifically; they are requesting that the
Hi all I'm sure you know it's a legal requirement in Scotland for the Vendor to engage a RICS surveyor to produce a Home Report if the seller would like to market his/ her residential property publicly e.g. sell through estate agents. Having gone through the madness of getting the survey carried out in time during the pre Home Report era when we bought our fist property in Glasgow, I thought the HR is a good system (or at least was a good intention from the policy makers), but I have some hesitations now. For the buy to let investors, I guess you would not welcome the latest interventi