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I was looking at my Mortgages yesterday after I revived my Mortgage Statements from Mortgage Express
I have around 7 years before I need to do one of two things
Remortgage out to another lender
or sell to my Company
For me it will be a mixture of the two
Property that has seen little gain in value will be sold to my Company
Property which has high gains will stay in my personal control
I personally took the decision to pay down my mortgages in my company with Capital and Repayment
The properties I now have in my company are doing well and its a good to see the Mortgage amounts falling slowly but over a 10 year period my mortgages will be a third less then when they started so even without any capital growth company mortgages will be around 50% LTV
I really think Landlords should think hard about what they are going to do when interest only deals come to an end
Who knows - there may not be interest only mortgages in 10 years ...
I think early planning is vital and an exit plan one way or another is a must
I grabbed the nettle over 3 years ago and started using Capital and Repayment and its working well
What are your plans as your term ends ?
Learn Change and Adapt ?????
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I agree with the sentiment debt fuelled leverage is great when asset prices are inflating but a quick death in a recessionary environment a lot of younger investors have only ever seen prices go up
personally as interest rates are so low rather than pay interest and capital I pay I interest only but reinvest the rental income and compound it until the interest only term is due for remortgage - with rates so low I only need to achieve 2-3% growth to beat the mortgage repayment option and have comfortably been achieving 6-7% those investments will be used to pay down the capital on remortgage - slightly higher risk yes but a better compounded return
As a novice an outline scenario that comes to mind is, with property doubling every 10 years, if someone was to buy 4 properties (lets say 100% LTV for simplicity) on a 20 year interested only term, for £100,000 each, owing the bank £400,000, over 20 years the property price would have quadrupled. This would mean by selling just 1 of the 4 properties the total debt could be paid back. If it was a 30 year mortgage then 1 property could cover the mortgage for 8. Is there anything wrong with that?
Yes. 1) Capital gains tax would mean you wouldn't get the whole of the money from selling the property and 2) The property value might not double in ten years.I bought a property in North Yorkshire in 2005 and it's barely moved in value. A friend bought one in 2005 that's actually decreased in value by more than half what he paid for it. Surely that's the point of the OP?
Yes property prices don't double every 10 years.
What has happened in the last 10 years?
Your so right there
I bought some in the last 10 years and some of those have doubled in value
It depends where you invest and what in
Jonathan Clarke. http://www.buytoletmk.com
You have to understand the the NE has not been a lose lose situation
Landlord who purchased between 2004 and 2007 will have been caught out with the crash
If you purchased from 1982 to 2003 you will have done very well
again if you purchased after the crash say 2008 to 2019 you would have done well again
I purchased three bed houses in 2008 for 60k and today value is between 100k and 110k so its done ok
the same property yields around 10% and more so dont knock what you dont know JC
what you lose on the swings you can gain elsewhere if fund a pension and get 40% Tax relief
or sell to your company to fight another day as long as yields are high property is not a loser
and with cash flow I intend to buy 20 properties with a good 25% deposit with a yeild over 8%
its not over until the fat lady sings
I was going on your figs DL in previous posts where you said prices in the NE had not recovered since the crash where they went down 40% and were now still at about 75% of 2007 values
so 100K unit to 60K to now 75K + 10% yield - Problems if one had an 80% IO LTV mortgage
Mine were more like 125K down to 100K to now 200K + 10% yield
So my IO 80% LTV on the 125K I bought was 100K loan went down to nervous territory of being only worth 100K post 2007 but now has 100K equity . So even an unlikely 30% crash now would only put it back to 140K so a comfortable 40K cushion on the 100K loan
So CG allays the fears of having an IO mortgage quite a bit in the SE not so much in the NE
You have done well as you been in it 37 years yes but a more typical NE investor who has been in maybe 5/10/15 years will quite rightly be concerned about having an IO strategy and ignoring the elephant
I`m glad you are getting back in now and buying 20 even though its a remarkable turnaround in your strategy
I hope the NE recovers strongly for you
I too intend to keep buying, out of interest are you buying in a Ltd company ?