For those looking for a reliable way of building financial security and achieving financial freedom, investing in a Buy to Let (BTL) property is one of the most popular strategies out there. Part of the reason for this is the fact that the returns can be generated through rental income and capital growth over time.
But how much money do you really need to be able to invest in property? Well, there are a couple of things you need to consider.
Back in July 2020, our founder, Shiv Haria, was interviewed by Adam Goff of the Property Entrepreneur community, about how we were keeping busy during the coronavirus crisis – and how it affected our day to day operations.
Read on to see why now is the ideal time for investors to buy property and how Lifestyle Property People has weathered the storm.
With the brunt of the Coronavirus pandemic firmly behind us, most people would agree that there is a great opportunity to invest in the immediate future. But the question that keeps coming up time and time again is “What area should I invest in?”
Most people agree that for the most part, the London property market is DEAD! Low rental returns and stagnant capital growth have left people looking for other options to secure their funds for the long term, but what are the options?
A common question we get asked by new clients is “Do you source HMOs?”
We own a few HMOs ourselves, and are well versed in the pros and cons of this type of investment, especially for remote investors. In this article, we explore the key differences between HMOs and single BTL properties as investment vehicles and dive into the detail of the HMO market.
Cash is king, right?
When making an offer on a buy to let property, many people believe that if you have the ability to, buying in cash puts you at a major advantage above other potential buyers.
But is this really the case?
The answer is… sometimes, yes, but it depends on your investment strategy 🤔
In today’s blog post, we explain the key advantages and disadvantages of purchasing a buy to let property in cash and why many of our clients prefer to invest using a buy to let mortgage.
Lifestyle Property People announced today that its team was awarded Gold at the SME National Business Awards in the category of Best Customer Service.
In this article, we talk to the MD, Shiv Haria about the award and what it means for the company.
Today we catch up with Varsha and Sujan, a mother and son from London.
Varsha’s son, Sujan, was referred to us in 2020, and he was looking to help his mum make better use of her pension funds. They wanted to put the money to work in a way that would solve the issue of inheritance tax (IHT), and after a few conversations, they decided to trust us to provide the solution.
We asked them about their decision to invest in the Leeds property market.
Did you know that Savills have predicted that property prices in the Yorkshire & Humber region will see a growth of 21.1% by 2024?
This is very positive for the future of this region but many potential investors are asking what is happening in the Leeds property market right now?
Dwell, our Leeds based letting partner, have provided an insight into what they are currently seeing in the Leeds property market and why they believe that Leeds is still the city to invest in.
Viewing properties can be exciting and it’s easy to get caught up in the moment. However, it’s important to remember that you are shopping for a business and not a home.
There’s a lot to fit in and it’s essential that you make the most of the time to ensure that you have as much information as possible before making an offer.
In this article, we discuss the top 10 items to look out for when carrying out a property viewing and share some of our top tips.
Property remains one of the most resilient and stable asset classes, but it’s also a topic on which everyone seems to have an opinion. In fact, there are so many myths it’s virtually impossible for potential investors to sort fact from fiction. In this article, we investigate the 5 most popular property myths.