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.
Introduction To Serviced Accommodation
In Conversation With Paul Winder From Residential Estates, Chester
- Part 1 – Introducing Paul Winder From Residential Estates
- Part 2 – What Is Serviced Accommodation?
- Part 3 – How Should A Good Letting Agent Be Managing A Serviced Flat?
- Part 4 – What’s The Difference Between A Short Term Stay and a Corporate Let?
- Part 5 – Serviced Accommodation UK and Planning Law | Everything You Need To Know
- Part 6 – Why Profits Are Better When You’re Investing In Serviced Residences
- Part 7 – Serviced Accommodation Has A Great ROI | So Why Isn’t Everyone Investing?
- Part 8 – How the London Airbnb Ruling Affects Serviced Accommodation In Manchester
- Part 9 – What Kind of Furniture Pack Do I Need For My Corporate Let?
- Part 10 – Serviced Accommodation – 3 Common Problems For Landlords
- Part 11 – Serviced Accommodation | Tenant Profile and Tenancy Agreement
- Part 12 – Which Locations Work Best For Serviced Accommodation?
- Part 13 – What Types Of Property Work Best For Serviced Accommodation?
- Part 14 – Why A Serviced Apartment Can Be Better Than A Hotel
Paul Winder From Residential Estates
Robert Jones: Hi, welcome, it’s Rob from Property Investments UK, and in today’s video, we’re going to be looking at investing in serviced residences in the UK and a complete guide to how that works.
In today’s video, we’re going to be looking at what’s coming up in our mini-series on serviced accommodation.
I just want to introduce you to Paul from . Everyone, Paul; Paul, everyone.
Paul Winder: Hello.
Robert Jones: Coming up in this mini-series we’re going to be looking at exactly what serviced accommodation is, how to find those types of properties, what to consider, how to structure those types of deals, all that kind of good stuff.
Residential Estates is a company we’ve been working with over this last year. We’ve some great success on some of the portfolios that we’ve been doing, but Residential Estates do a lot more than just serviced accommodation.
Paul’s probably the best person to give you a bit of an insight into that.
Paul Winder: Yeah, we officially, many moons ago, started as a lettings agent and moved into the service side around about 2008.
From there we saw potential in it and also with the market going down, we moved into the investment side.
Currently, we look after resale and lettings for domestic properties, normal residences, the serviced accommodation side in Chester and Manchester, down to Luton and also investment property for any type of investor.
Robert Jones: The service is quite a unique model, I guess, isn’t it, in terms of the returns and stuff that it gets.
Paul Winder: It is, yeah.
Robert Jones: That’s why we’ve been looking at a mini-series here just to try and outline some of these kinds of questions.
That’s what’s coming up.
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