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Hello. I'm a 24 year old professional, working and living in London, and this is my first post! I've been fairly obsessed with property and the property hub for the last few years, so a huge thanks to the community for all the great content. I am looking for advice on residential mortgages. Specifically, what happens if 3 years in, I want to go and live abroad for a year? I've heard of the ability to convert to BTL, but as far as I can tell this would still require me to own at least 20-30% of the property. I've also heard of asking a mortgage provider for the permission to let, but only
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
Hi All! So I hope someone can shed some light on this very new scenario that is being played out before my eyes. I own a leasehold flat and the freehold was recently sold on and we have a new Property Management agency that we are paying service charges and ground rent to. I just received a letter stating that I need permission from them to be subletting the property, and need to register my tenant for a fee of £130 and from what I can see another £65 each time they renew, which is every 6 months and thats even if nothing changes. As well as £130 for each ne
Hi all! First off, l hope everyone had a great Christmas and NYE. I wanted to get a bit more information about R2R, as far as I can see it's deemed a bit of a taboo subject. Through the various threads I've read about it, people seem to view it as a get rich quick scheme but I wanted to see if it's more than that in reality. If you don't know what rent2rent is I found this article that sums the basics ups perfectly - Rent 2 Rent – find a large property that could be rented on a room by room basis and rent the property from the existing landlord