When you are building a property portfolio, trying to do everything yourself, is only going to slow you down. Your focus should always be on building your business and getting as much value out the time you put in as possible. If you get bogged down in the day-to-day management of your property projects or in having to constantly build your personal skillset then your progress is going to be slow.
If you are not used to doing them, property joint ventures can be daunting. Today, we look at the anatomy of a JV deal and at what someone new to them can do to make sure they survive their first one.
We’ve always maintained that anyone can get started in property no matter what their financial circumstances may be. Today we look at how to build a property portfolio of 11 or more houses with a deposit pot of only £50,000. The strategy you will need to achieve this is called the ‘two plus one’ strategy. Read on to find out more.
Which is better, a property course where the focus is on one specific property strategy, or a course that covers a broader spectrum of strategies? Today we look at the pros and cons of each approach, narrow or broad.
What makes the perfect HMO? The answer here is quite simple. It is all about the layout of the house and the sizes of the rooms. Of course, these are not simple things to change in a house so today we are going to be discussing exactly what you should be looking for when you are out viewing property with a mind to invest.
Finding the right tenants is a crucial element to making your property investment profitable over the long term. It isn’t just a case of making sure that your property has people living in it, but making sure that those people are of a tenant profile that fits your overall investment strategy.
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Every property on the rental market must meet certain standards that ensure that it is safe and fit to live in. Health and safety in rented accommodation are assessed, normally by a local authority using the HHSRS (Housing Health and Safety Rating System). As someone who is renting however it is better that you know your rights as a tenant and are not just relying on some third party to make sure that everything in your house is as it should be.
Most investors know that houses in multiple occupation can make superb investments. HMOs supply rental yields that can’t be achieved with your standard buy to lets and in the right areas, the demand for affordable, flexible housing as offered by multi-let properties has never been higher. But, as with all things, there are downsides as well. Today we weigh up the pros and cons of investing in houses in multiple occupation.
Property, like any industry, comes with its own jargon, terminology, abbreviations and acronyms. For the new, would-be investor, this can be daunting and even seasoned operators can sometimes struggle. Today we present a complete list of abbreviations and acronyms commonly used in the UK property sector.