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Landlords are forecast to rake in hundreds of thousands of pounds in profit on their buy-to-lets over the next 25 years, with London investors standing to make up to half a million.
Analysis from mortgage lender Kent Reliance claims that long-term property investment can still deliver significant returns for landlords through rent and capital gains, despite recent regulatory and taxation changes denting profits.
Over the course of a 25-year investment, Kent Reliance’s analysis suggests that a basic rate taxpayer investing a typical 30 per cent deposit of £73,908 in buy-to-let would generate a total profit of £265,500 after all costs and taxes.
Accounting for the impact of inflation over the period, this represents a profit of £162,000 in today’s money, or £6,475 every year.http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/buyto...ofits.html
Learn Change and Adapt ?????
Its worth reading the comments at the end
I know its off topic DL, but I see you comment a lot, which is great, but can I ask you please are/were you a member of the Light Divison by your profile pic.
I myself was 3RGJ... Just wondering thats all, keep up the good work.
Yes I was light devision Light Infantry
I just did a short service commission 1988 to 1993 then TA
it was good I served with a number of RGJ with cross posting
swift and bold
great to hear from the the black mafia
Thats exactly when I was in DL, I trained in Winchester 88 - Salamance platooon.
Did you know Pete Bulman he was SAS I met him at Winchester he was a cpl I did not spend a lot of time at whinchester had to go there for interviews etc
No mate, I was a Junior leader at the time, passed out and went to 3RGJ.
Lol I am a women easy mastake lol
how is your landlord journey doing
i hope it’s going well for you it’s an interesting bussinss to be in I’m in the NE I would imagin your in the south of England
best of luck to you John
Ha ha Ok, I do aplologise.
I am in Liverpool.
I have looked closely and sat down with my accountant ref section 24 and my portfolio, and I'm not that highly leveraged, I get good yealds, so I should be OK.
However this may change with intrest rates in the future, though I am going to set up a ltd company, and look to buy again in the New Year.
Best of luck to you also DL
Swift & Bold.
Finally finally finally - an article which demonstrates why we all do it
People sometimes thought i was on happy pills as I kept still being positive about BTL
People sometimes lose sight of the long term because of the turbulent short term .
Fair enough . Life is like that .
If you play football and you get a kick in the b******s the lights go out for a while
But you dont give up playing football . The game is much bigger than just a few sore days
In the cool light of day 25 years on you will be glad you bought a property today
Trust me - I`m a property investor
Jonathan Clarke. http://www.buytoletmk.com
JC see if you can get some data from property you have owned since in 1993 and see how it compares with this forecast
The Nearest can get is a two bed flat putchased 1990
my figs for the NE are
Purchase price in 1990 £12500
Currant price £ 75000 2018
Rent in 1990 £195 pcm
Rent in 2018 £450
lets see from our figs from the past stack up
if you have a two bed flat to use to run the figs it would be helpful