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  1. Hi everyone, I would be hugely grateful for some advice about the desirability of certain Nottingham areas, as I am looking to invest max. 100k in my first buy-to-let property. There seem to be some good deals in Hyson Green, but does anyone know what the rental market is like there? Do students avoid it? Similarly, are there parts of Forest Field and Basford that you'd recommend as being more appealing than others? Huge thanks to anyone who can give advice on these. Cheers, Kat
  2. Hey, thanks for having me! I'm 24 years old and got my first property in September 2018. It's a 4 bedroom, 3 storey terraced house in the centre of Plymouth. I decided to live in the house while renovating to allow me to see things from a tenant’s point of view and adapted things along the way, with a complete cosmetic overhaul too. I'm in no way handy at anything so my best friend who has lots of experience in properties helped - which was a godsend! I am currently short term letting through Airbnb, which is going great so far, although I happened to be quite dubious at the beginni
  3. Hi everyone, I'm Emily, I started in property investment when I was an undergraduate student in Manchester a few years ago. After seeing my friends and I get ripped off by landlords that charge huge rents and provide terrible service in return, I knew I could do a better job; providing a friendly and well-maintained student let for young people and a profitable business. Luckily, I was able to approach my parents, who are also property investors, with a business proposition. After months of careful research, I managed to persuade them to invest with me running the show, including an exte
  4. Hello, Can anyone recommend a good letting agent in Edinburgh who deal with letting HMOs to students? Thanks! Fiona
  5. Hi everyone, I am brand new to the forum and it is great to 'meet' you all. My husband and I are looking into our first investment property in Brighton and we are considering either an HMO or a 1 bed flat buy to let (or two). My main question relating to HMOs in Brighton - have we missed the boat for this year? I assume HMOs mainly caters for the student market and this tends to rotate on an annual basis. Thanks in advance for any insight. Ruth
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