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Aug 15 2014

15th August 2014 - Rolfe East Property Column


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Last week I flagged up that landlords had their own investment model of what worked for them and they felt comfortable with and posed the question, if you were considering joining the party what type of landlord you would be and what makes a good buy-to-let?
It really is a hot topic at the moment and the article featured the pros and cons of the en vogue HMOs (House in Multiple Occupation), those of purpose-built one-bedroom flats - that I favour - and the various issues you should consider in order to meet both your legal responsibilities whilst ensuring you maximise rent and keep vacancies to a minimum.
As a result of this press release, which proved very popular, we had a flurry of enquiries from landlords seeking to pick our brains for professional advice about buy-to-let in today’s market.
So that we're able to answer all these queries and advise on what the best current buy-to-let opportunities are in each of our areas - including commercial - we asked all the offices in the Rolfe East empire to tell us what their current prime prospects for a good buy-to-let were; be it yield, price appreciation, Crossrail, schools etc. This has now been done, compiled into a newsletter and sent out to all of our current investors and prospective landlords.
If you would like to get your hands on a copy then please just get in touch and we will forward it to you PDQ!
Of course, we would also be very pleased to see you or hear from you too, where as independent property professionals we can always offer you the best counsel to sound out your ideas and help you achieve your plans.  Furthermore, we can also offer equally insightful financial advice, as we work with 2 independent financial advisers who can give the most up to date guidance on buy-to-let mortgages and explain the finance options that are available.

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