Seasoned investors Aarti and her husband Simal Raicha had 5 buy-to-let (BTL) properties under their belt when they were referred to us back in 2017. Their BTLs were in Nottingham and across Wales, and they invested with us in Leeds because they wanted to diversify their portfolio while minimising downtime from their business and family life.
We chatted to Aarti about the couple’s investment strategy and decision to invest in Leeds.
Today we catch up with AJ. Prior to investing with us he didn’t own any buy-to-let properties. He now has two properties in Leeds, which were sourced, refurbished and rented by Lifestyle Property People.
We asked him about his decision to invest in the Leeds property market.
Property investment can be a tricky process and there are also many pitfalls to be aware of. Unless you really know your stuff, it can be a daunting investing outside of your home turf. For this reason, many people turn to property investment agencies to help guide them through the journey to becoming a successful investor.
As you may know, we have been working hard to launch our next investment location and we are proud to announce that we are now offering our services in Sheffield to existing clients.
Over the past few months, we have been walking the street of Sheffield, getting to know the area, building a team of partners and buying a few properties to test the market – And we LOVE this Northern city!
If you’ve got spare money that you’d like to do something sensible with, it can be tricky to know the best place to put it. You could save it, even though interest rates are low, or take a gamble and invest it…
The benefits of investing in property are numerous. With well-chosen assets, investors can enjoy predictable cash flow, excellent returns, tax advantages, and financial freedom—and it’s possible to leverage property to build even more wealth and security.
We truly believe that property investment is the best way of creating financial security and independence How? Well, here are 6 great reasons:
As most of you know, we provide an end-to-end service helping London professionals invest in properties in the North. While we are big fans of the concept, we always make it a point to share the truths about the investment. We’d rather spend time at the beginning making sure clients understand what they are getting themselves into, then to fall short of the clients’ expectations at the end.
In this article, we share some real truths about investing in property.
Being a little apprehensive when considering your first property purchase is not unusual. Indeed, sometimes it can actually be beneficial to heighten your awareness and help you avoid potential pitfalls and errors.
However, this nervous feeling can get to the point where it takes over your decision-making ability and you get caught in a loop of analysis paralysis! You may even start to consider putting off the purchase altogether. In these circumstances, fear is no longer your ally, but your enemy.
Here are a few steps you can take to overcome this apprehension.
After several months of hard work, we are thrilled to announce that we have launched our new website!
Built with you in mind, the streamlined user interface provides a more interactive experience, allowing you to easily find the information you are looking for. Visitors can browse the website based on their own needs, whether that is to learn more about our services and meet our team, or to explore our bank of recently sourced properties and read our blog.
Goodbye 2021… Hello 2022! 🥳
It’s been a fantastic year for us at Lifestyle Property People 🎉
We have managed to deliver over 60 properties, with every single client receiving a better return than we initially illustrated for them 🔥🔥
But as we move into the New Year, we thought we would take this opportunity to share with you our plans for the year ahead.
In the recent Spring Budget, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, unveiled plans to launch the UK’s first Infrastructure Bank (UKIB) in Leeds. The new bank will be charged with loaning out an initial fund of £12 billion to aid infrastructure development in the region. But what does the UKIB mean for Leeds?