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  • Buy-to-Let

    Graham Rowan - "BTL in 2019? I'm out!"

    Graham talks about a 60k investment if you got nothing it’s a lot of money

    for 60k I could nearly do a deal on three houses using it for deposit In BTL if I was starting out

    i am not easily sold on this sort of thing I have seen it a lot in the past

    paloris world Cape Verde French ski lodges ect

    I would like to know in the long run how they turned out

    a lot of flash salesman set up deals they sell the deals on and they move on too

    no I think I will stick to what I know best

    DL

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    Learn Change and Adapt ?????

    All comments are for casual information purposes only. If you wish to rely on any advice I have given please ensure you obtain independent specialist advice from a third party. No liability is accepted for comments made.


    I agree, £60k is a deposit +buying costs for a flat in London, cash flowing £700pcm. This is good enough for me and I have full control

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    Having spent over a decade in the care industry I have also given this some thought. I can think of 3 conventional options:

    1. Buy and run a care home and become a business owner
    2. Buy and let a care home and become a commercial landlord
    3. Buy shares in a care business and become an investor

    I'm unsure of what I would be if I buy a lease of a room(s). I often see this advertised in the hotel industry and have the same reservations.

    Personally, I prefer option 2. A care home can be a viable alternative use to BTL or FHL.

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    Good article here called - Emotions are dominating our investment decisions

    It concludes:

    We all have the capacity to let our lizard brain make investing decisions when the fight or flight instinct kicks in.

    A serious long-term investor needs to keep their lizard brain locked away when looking at the ups and downs of the market.

    Being able to spot genuine issues, trends and opportunities can only be achieved through careful consideration, knowledge and self-control.

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