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Hi there I understand the traditional Buy-to-let and HMO model investment but wanted to know if there are investment opportunities out there where you can make much bigger ROI? this could be in terms of a lump sum (for example 50k) or large net monthly return.
thanks, with the market as it is now its taking a long time to sell properties with many being reduced
Serviced accommodation involves a lot of costs
Depends what time frame you are looking at ?
There are opportunities which are relatively safe. that pays a higher than average return, in exchange your funds would be locked away for a longer time frame.
Thanks Kent614, interested to know more details
Most definitely! There a number of properties out there can achieve you a high ROI. I agree with LandlordAgent also if you buy smart and refurb your ROI will potentially be higher. What area/ type of property are you looking for?
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I live in the South East (Hertfordshire) so would need to be in a driving distance from there to view and manage the refurb
I also must add the market is subdued with the end of mortgage tax relief and I have spoken to agents who have stated its hard to sell and they have has properties on the market for over 6 months now so they are not selling
Hi Bestmanuk, thank you for getting back to us. I understand the need to be close to where you invest in, I’m a strong believer of investing locally.
There are many areas in Hertfordshire that could be good to invest in and potentially give some good ROI’s. It is just about narrowing down to a specific area you want to invest in and figuring out what type of property would be best.
In regard to the mortgage tax relief and agents’ comments, are you looking to sell at the moment? As with properties being harder to sell the prices will be slowly reducing which means you will be getting a better deal when buying.
To make 5k a month is about 60k a year. A realistic yield, depending on where you invest, is going to be 4-12%. Anything else is unlikely to be commercially viable, in that it will be unsustainable/too good to be true. So you are going to need between 500k and 1,5mil investment funds. If you choose to going the borrowing route, you'll still get your 5k but you'll give a lot back in monthly payments.