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  • Deal Finding

    Other considerations apart from ROI?

    Hello,

    So a  House A -110k investment with 10.9% ROI or House B- 165k investment with a 13.8% ROI...

    A is a new build and has good potential;

    B is an old house refurbished and with good future potential too!

    How does one decide..other than just ROI...

    Rekha

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    They both are...Liverpool and Birmingham..

    Location both within 3 miles to city centre..

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    Rekha

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    https://sevencapital.com/property-news/u...t-in-2019/

    but need a lot more info on your tax circumstances of course.

    By the way, I’m not giving investment advice.

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    Its academic alot of other questions need to be answered when looking at property to invest in.

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    I am new to all this..

    Wonder considering the climate, less invested the better?

    Less money out of hand now better?

    R

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    If you show the workings of your ROI we can comment

    ROI calculations vary from person to person depending on what they include

    What do you mean by good potential ?

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    Jonathan Clarke. http://www.buytoletmk.com

    ROI = (Rent - agents charge- maintenance costs - interest) divided by Total cash outflow ie deposit plus stamp duty plus solicitor fees/ valuation/ mortgage agents fee


    Thanks Rekha

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    I include insurance and voids in my ROI calculations. With voids, I allow 2 weeks a year and that sees to be my average over the lifetime of my portfolio, but others may have to increase or decrease their own void period accordingly

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    Potential cor capital appreciation.

    Both being in good regeneration areas with large investments.

    Rekha

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