This week we’re pulling back the curtain on property deals that we’ve personally done recently.
They’re both slightly unusual by the standards of what we usually do, but we’ll also be publicly sharing more of our “routine” deals from now on – read on to find out more about that!
What these headline numbers don’t reveal are the important lessons we learnt along the way: listen to the episode to get the full story, hear our main takeaways and what we’d do differently next time!
In this episode we announced the return of an extremely popular section of The Property Hub forum – progress journals.
This is where you can follow along with the journey of fellow members, and share your own – allowing you to benefit from accountability as well as timely and specific advice.
Click here to visit the forum and head for the Progress Journals section to find out more!
Sometimes, fraudsters can attempt shady things – like taking out a mortgage against your property, even though they don’t own it – and you won’t find out until it’s already turned into a huge problem.
Not anymore! The Land Registry has announced a free alerts service to tip you off as soon as any attempts are made to alter the register or make official searches. They’ll email you as soon as something happens, and you can quickly alert your solicitor if it’s not activity you were aware of.
It’s a 5-minute task to register and add your properties’ details, so go do it now!
(Thank you to Mark Morris (again!) for the recommendation.)
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