A recent ruling has placed restrictions on homeowners from renting out property through AirBnB in London. Today Rob and Paul Winder from Residential Estates discuss how this ruling might or might not affect the serviced accommodation model in Manchester or elsewhere in the UK.
If serviced accommodation offers such great returns, then why isn’t everyone doing it? Well, not everyone can. The serviced model will only work in very specific locations and requires time and effort far beyond what is necessary for more standard buy to let models.
In today’s video, we’re going to be looking at why the profits are so much higher with serviced residences rather than they are when you invest in more traditional, vanilla buy-to-lets.
In the fifth of our series on serviced accommodation Rob talks to Paul Winder from Residential Estates about serviced accommodation UK and planning law. In their discussion, they cover everything from finance to planning guidelines to licencing and examine where the serviced model fits with other types of buy to let or rental investments.
In the fourth in our series on serviced accommodation, Paul and Rob are looking at the difference between a short term stay and a corporate let. They will also be asking why some companies prefer serviced flats to hotels and at the occupancy levels that investors can expect to achieve from this kind of property.
In the third of our series on serviced accommodation, Rob and Paul talk about letting agents and more specifically at the kind of letting agent that is needed when it comes to managing a serviced flat. Of course, when it comes to the serviced model, it is important that your letting agent has experience working with that model, as it requires a very specific set of skills.
In the second in our series on serviced accommodation, Rob and Paul ask, what exactly is serviced accommodation? This series will be running for the next few weeks where we are going to release two video articles a week. We will be looking at exactly what serviced accommodation is and, more importantly, how investors can profit from it.
We are pleased that today we’re kick-starting our new mini-series on serviced accommodation with Paul Winder From Residential Estates. This series will be running for the next few weeks where we are going to release two video articles a week. We will be looking at exactly what serviced accommodation is and, more importantly, how investors can profit from it.
When you are buying an investment property there is a lot to consider and a lot of money at risk. When you’re under pressure, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and make a mistake. The trick is to take a step back, stay calm, be diligent and logical with your data, speak to as many people as possible and have faith in your instincts.
A property joint venture is more than just a business arrangement, it is a relationship that should be built to be sustainable over the long term. Making a JV deal work requires honesty, open communication as well as shared values and goals. Today we look at the five crucial elements that underpin every successful joint venture partnership.