NEWS & SPEAKERS

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Create your perfect life style using property strategy

Create your perfect life style using property strategy

Jackie Tomes of Tomes Homes says ‘I bang on so much about the difference between a Strategy & a Business Model… so I thought it was time I brought ours to life!’
We buy blocks of flats. Exclusively.
Why do we do that?
For us it is the right Balance of Risk vs. Reward.
We buy existing blocks of flats, we don’t do the conversion.
Some blocks we buy in good condition and they are let from day one that we purchase them, others are in poor condition and we complete a full refurbishment before they are let.
– If it’s the former, we are able to be on buy-to-let style finance from day-1, which greatly reduces the risk when compared with a conversion or development opportunity
– if it’s the latter, the refurbishment works are purely cosmetic so they are quick – so you can get onto a low interest rate, long term finance product within 3-6 months of purchase.

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Property and Real Estate SEO Strategies

Property and Real Estate SEO Strategies

The main aim of Property and Real Estate SEO is to show search engines that you are the most trusted source of information to answer in an authoritative way to questions related to properties in your area of expertise. First things first: a website needs to work...

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Available options to extend your lease

Available options to extend your lease

Residential and commercial property solicitor Kuljit Ghalan of Acton law firm LDN Conveyancing Ltd sets out the available option to extend the lease for leaseholders. Lease extensions under the statutory procedure Under the Leasehold Reform and Urban Development Act...

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Lease extension: everything you need to know

Lease extension: everything you need to know

Leasehold ownership is almost exclusive to England and Wales. A lease usually lasts for a term of 99 or 125 years, and leases are a diminishing asset reducing in value as the lease gets shorter over time. This means that the shorter the term remaining, the less the...

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