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Hi all,

I have heard that once you convert your house to an HMO it will not enjoy as much capital appreciation ( because your potential buyers are only HMO investors)

My question is as follows :   When you come to sell the house can you cancel the HMO licence and sell as a normal house and thereby widening the pool of potential buyers?


Thanks for any input and advice.





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  • 1 month later...


Your question completly depends on location.

In some areas HMOs will have a premium, influenced by article 4.

In other areas prices will be equal HMO or not. This can be a good thing or a bad thing depending on your point of view.



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