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  • Buy-to-Let

    Timber Frame - a no-no or the norm shortly?

    If the area is good for owner occupiers and/or renters & this is unlikely to change you should be ok. I would have a chat to some estate agents & get feedback. if it makes you feel better, get a survey done. Sometimes you may need to take a bit of a risk of the deal is good enough. For example i bought a bungalow with a telegraph pole in the garden. This would put me off as an owner occupier. However, it was rural & I started to notice a few other local properties had them too. I was buying the house at a huge discount as it needed loads of work, I knew it would rent & I would make enough on it that if I had to drop the price a bit later that would be ok too
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