So, how much money do you need to start investing in property? The answer is “very little”, but the options you can pursue with little money come with serious caveats. There are definite thresholds where different (and often better) options become available, and we run through all of them in this week’s show. Along the […]
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This week on Ask Rob & Rob, Tim from Shrewsbury asked: Can I submit my own property tax return? The answer talked about the importance of signing up to file your own tax return, and also the ease of doing the paperwork yourself. That said, having an accountant can really speed things up and do the busywork […]
When we meet people and tell them about the podcast, the Hub, the magazine, the meetups, the other businesses we run…they often ask, “How do you get so many things done?” This week, we tell you exactly how. There are probably at least 20 individual tips in this episode, around creating more time and energy […]
This week on Ask Rob & Rob, Alex from Kent asked: Where should I invest, North or South? It’s hard to get specific without knowing exactly what your situation is and what you want, but the fact is that that London is rather aggressive and the North is starting to rise. That said, a portfolio is […]
This week, nobody’s favourite topic: lettings law! It’s not thrill-a-minute stuff, but it’s important – a lot of changes came in on October 1st, and if you’re not aware of them it can land you with a fine or affect your ability to get your property back at the end of a tenancy. The changes […]
This week on Ask Rob & Rob, Richard from Edinburgh asked: What’s a safe amount to put aside for rental void periods? Ultimately there’s no hard and fast answer, but your own personal comfort levels will be a good guide. While it’s possible you could be without rent for 9 months and still have to pay to replace the […]
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“Never sell a property” is the default advice that tends to get dished out to investors, and under many circumstances that makes sense…but it’s helpful to consider situations where selling might make sense. In this episode we explore the reasons why “never sell” often makes sense, and when it doesn’t. Including: Playing the property cycle […]
This week on Ask Rob & Rob, James Scott asked: Is remortgaging always a good idea? It’s really important to make sure that you’re making money each month. If you borrow more money and consequently start making a loss, then you could be in trouble down the line, unless you have a lot of spare capital. […]
Tonight, 12 Property Hub Meetups are taking place all across the UK – so we thought we’d dedicate this episode to why you should be networking, and how to start. Networking isn’t always the easiest thing to do – actually, “networking” is almost a dirty word for many people – but building a strong network […]
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