Why BUY TO LET?

 

WHY BUY TO LET?

The buy to let market in the UK is thriving. House prices are rising, the population of the UK is growing and the demand for rental accommodation looks set to increase, making investing in a buy to let an increasingly profitable one.

Beginning an investment into the buy to let world may seem like a daunting process and we understand that, which is why our sole focus is to ensure to be there to direct and guide you every step of the way.

TYPES OF LANDLORDS

There are so many different types of landlords and everybody’s circumstances are different. Each landlord’s investment strategy will also be different.

ACCIDENTAL LANDLORD

You may be an accidental landlord, having inherited a property or have had to move back to the family home without selling your house, so decide to rent it. You may already own a property and simply wish to let it out for a couple of years or perhaps you are in the fortunate position of moving home without having to sell your present home.

PROFESSIONAL LANDLORD

Or perhaps, you are a professional landlord and have set out to purchase a property with the express intention of letting it out as an investment, or perhaps as a retirement egg. Or maybe you are a portfolio landlord, with four or more properties, meaning that the rent coming in is most likely the sole source of your income.

Whatever your position, we understand that everyone’s situation is different. Whether you are an accidental landlord or a professional portfolio landlord; sometimes life throws unexpected curveballs and we are there to guide you every step of the way.

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