Bridging the Void

For most property investors the likelihood is that after you have brought your buy-to-let there will be a period of time between having a ready to go property and tenants moving in – this period is the void and you will be solely responsible for the property during this time and it can get expensive!

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First Time Renting in the Big City: Mortlake, London

I think that one of the biggest things about moving to London is finding your pad. Renting is expensive and on top of this you have council tax, utilities and all of your entertainment bills, so you must choose the right home that fits in with your budget and still allows you to go out…

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Managing Your Own Property

Managing properties can be rewarding and can save costs on agency fees, however it can also be very time consuming and leave your frustrated – therefore I have compiled some tips and tricks on how best to manage your properties. I’m going to be very open with you, I am a property manager and chartered…

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Harrow Road: London

The remit here was to find a first investment property in London which would be first used for owner occupation and then switched to a buy-to-let mortgage to help fund future investments: Location: Harrow Road, London, W9 Purchase Price: £200,000 + £200 for furniture (25% deposit) Monthly Expenditure: £450 mortgage + £100 service charge Monthly…

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