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  • Buy-to-Let

    Aggressive BTL portfolio growth ideas

    Well while you two do your handbags. I'd like to hear Robert's story. I'd always encourage people to do what they aspire to. JC and DL are both right in their own ways. But, I would say BTL is still viable. I can make 10%+ROI in East of England and we are still seeing price increases.  Smile I have also flipped successfully even with new stamp duty.

    For me the way to scale quickly is build to rent, or renovate to rent. Create value, but focus on yield (as this will save you from market issues). My model is renovate for mini-hmos', that can be easily valued on their value as a small family home. The only thing that can slow me down is capital & my desire to mitigate high-gearing by holding some alternative assets . Anyone want a JV?

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    1. Buy at the right price.

    2. Work with private investors.

    3. Gain access to off market deals.

    4. Know your area like the back of your hand.

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    Can anyone tell me which lenders do not mind if a easeholder and a freeholder is the same person?
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    I am the leaseholder and own the share of freehold of one of my flats and the lenders love it. Why would it be a problem?
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    I think the days of Aggressive BTL growth are gone.

    Still money to be had & growth, but slow & steady and MOST CERTAINLY HASSLE & draconian legislation.

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    With lending as cheap as it is getting into BTL is almost risk free. 
    It must have been much harder to find deals that stack up when interest rates were 5-7%.
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