One-on-one Mentoring and Consultation Sessions Now Booking For October/November “If you want to achieve great results, find someone who’s achieved what you want to achieve, and then do what they do”. Tony Robbins One of the (few) advantages of being old(er) is experience and knowledge, and I’m very happy to share my experience and knowledge…Details
This week we look at borrowing, with other people’s money! Your ability to invest in Property using your time and effort and someone else’s cash! Property investing, including buy to let, works better when you use someone else’s money – it greatly increases the returns on your own money invested. Here’s to successful property investing!…Details
But could he be someone who controls property without owning it, but can receive the benefits of ownership anyway?
Yes, there are ways of doing that.
There are a number of cheap, low money, not much money required, No Money Down, entry point strategies which he could use, even if he has no money, or limited funds.
I had a really interesting question from a viewer on YouTube asking whether the mortgage on his home should be interest only (to help his cash flow and so he could allocate more funds to his buy to lets).Details
I would like to find out a little more about a joint venture, preferably on a BRR approach than a straight loan. Roughly, how would this work:
a) find a deal and then find a JV to match the deal
b) find a JV partner and then find a deal together.
I’m quite often asked, “Peter, can I borrow the deposit money for my buy to let, and finance the rest on a buy to let mortgage?”
Or, alternatively, I’ll be contacted by someone who says, “I’m about to buy a property with a buy to let mortgage and I’m borrowing the deposit from my friend/business partner/ JV partner who I met at the local property network meeting”.Details
I’ve had a great question from one of my mentees…. Hi Peter, I would like to find out a little more about a joint venture, preferably on a BRR approach than a straight slip. Roughly, how would this work: a) find a deal and then find a JV to match the deal b) find a…Details
So, I was pretty excited to jump on the train, and headed off with the usual agenda.
We’d talk about the “Three Rs”; rents, repairs, and refurbs..
We’d look at a couple of the buy to let properties, typically where tenants have just left, and agreeDetails
Someone came and dug up my front lawn a couple of weeks ago. But I don’t mind! It meant I could be connected to high-speed fibre optic cable. It means fast broad band and wi fi at home. And it’s changed my life. You see, before lock down, I did all my mentoring face to…Details
If you want to make more money in property investing, more quickly, here’s three things you can do:
Number One – buy a property for lDetails
Savills found themselves in a bit of hot water after the Euros finals a couple of weeks ago (seemingly by no fault of their own?) but, putting that to one side, I do admire and respect their ‘courage’. Why’s that? Because back in March 2021, which is only a few months back, they predicted average…Details
A question I’m often asked is, “Should I tell the estate agent I’m a cash buyer?” The premise behind this question is, no doubt, estate agents think a cash buyer will transact a deal quickly and with less hassle as, in their minds (experience) mortgages take longer (too long) to arrange. So, a cash buyer…Details