Property Masterclass - investment special! - Tuesday 26th January 8pm-10pm
Come and learn all about real investors and how they buy
property, using finance, their own money or other people's money!
Good line up as usual. FREE as usual and some refreshments WINE for the
brave non-conformist types....
Urban Village 121 Denmark Hill SE5 8EN - near kings
college hospital and Denmark Hill station Tuesday 26th January '16 8-10pm
Here's the lineup:
explains some advanced techniques for purchasing properties - including
strategies to obtain 100% financing and ways to avoid new stamp duty
increases. Paul has been investing and developing property since 2013 and
has built a large HMO and development portfolio without having to use his
own funds or give up his day job. firstname.lastname@example.org://uk.linkedin.com/in/psimms
Daryl Weston of Discover Property buying agents -
specialists in property acquisition, development and investment. Working
exclusively for buyers, their extensive network of industry contacts
enable them to source the best properties on and off-market.
Last but not least our resident finance guru Brian
Northfield of Barlow Barton. Advising clients since 1974. Has the insider
knowledge on finance and looking after your wealth in general - or at
least striving towards wealth! Brian@barlowbarton.co.uk
Very happy and settled in the new agency. So far we've let
6 properties and have 2 sales underway. It's been terrific. Lots of
positive ideas and plans for 2016. I found a Saturday person, thanks
for your help! See you all on the 26th! Suzanne@urbanvillagehomes.com
You read the personal finance pages of the newspapers and it all seems to be the impending pensions crisis ... where people aren’t saving enough for their retirement. But it’s not the lack of Clapham peoples’ future pension incomes that are my immediate concern. The fact is that so many of the future retirees in Clapham over the coming decade, who never bought their home in the Millennial years of the 1990’s and 2000’s, will have to make some tough decisions regarding what house they live in when they retire anytime between now and 2038.
In Clapham (or SW4 to be exact), there are 193 privately rented households, where the head of the household is between 50 years and 64 years of age (meaning they will be retiring anytime between now and 2038). They are working now and easily paying the rent, yet what happens when they retire?
A Clapham retired couple, who currently privately rent and who have paid their fully qualifying NI stamp over the last few decades are likely to retire with t…
Wow it's been a whirlwind of a month. Those of you following me on LinkedIn and Facebook will no doubt have kept abreast of the various property meetings I've been going to. I've discussed at length people's strategies when it comes to getting good returns, and I must say that there is a very wide range of investments returns that people are happy with (all dependant on the risk involved).
One key thing that came up is that none of the people I spoke to considered the "rate of payback" on their investment. By and large all of them worked on the presumption that having assets was the most preferable strategy - this is why they came to talk to me in the first place, primarily because of my asset-heavy investment strategy. My desired period of holding a property is of course, forever!
Let's however consider a few things. I had mentioned in a previous post that there are various options when investing in property - it doesn't have to be by purchasing ass…
Fresh off the press in time for the summer - the latest changes to lettings regulations you need to know about.
As always I love feedback, comments and so forth so do get in touch if you're interested to speak further. On that note I have some interesting opportunities for sophisticated investors - if you are looking to invest in property and are looking for good returns then please drop me a line and start the conversation; I have a few projects which need funding and I am still looking for an investor in order to get it off the ground.