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Peter Singh Will Share Multi-Let Success Strategies on 5th & 6th October

Peter Singh Will Share Multi-Let Success Strategies on 5th & 6th October

Peter Singh, one of the UK’s fast growing authorities on Multi-Let property management, is holding another of his unique two day seminars on the 5th & 6th October 2013, where he will share the essential requirements to build your own profitable Multi-Let property portfolio.

Multi-let properties are a particular type of rental property that has been split into individual dwelling units, also called Houses of Multiple Occupation or HMO’s.

The concept requires leasing a suitable single let property at a fixed monthly rental price, the property is then sub divided into individual rooms, complying with all the usual safety and legal regulations for a small cost.

The rooms of the multi let property are then let out individually to professional tenants. The profit is made after deducting the difference between the rent paid for the single let of the rental property and the rents paid by individual tenants.

Multi-Let rental properties produce excellent monthly cashflow for property investors and landlords who know how to effectively split suitable properties, without even having to be the owner of the property.

If you want to discover how Peter can help you control property and how a few simple changes to your existing property investment strategy could help to generate excellent monthly cashflow from your existing rental property portfolio, then sign up to attend this unique training event on 5th -6th October 2013.

If you could copy Peter’s strategy for producing an extra £1000 PER MONTH from property, what would that do for your rental property portfolio?

Multi-Let Success - 5th & 6th October - Book Now!

Multi-Let Success – 5th & 6th October – Book Now!

Peter will be sharing a wealth of profitable information for property investors and landlords, on this exclusive 2 day training event, including:

  • HMO/ Multi-let Intro to the Law
  • How to find your £1000 Goldmine area
  • Estate Agent insider’s knowledge
  • The FIVE tenant profiles to know
  • Maximum effect strategies for sourcing tenants and keeping them
  • Staging the property and the safety lessons
  • Systemised Business – maximum cashflow with minimum time
  • Where to get furniture at MASSIVE discounts
  • Power team – where to assemble your discounted tradesmen
  • Legal packs
  • All the templates, notices, tenant spread sheets and manuals

Read what other property investors had to say after attending Peter’s last training days on the 24th & 25th August here – https://www.facebook.com/MultiletSuccessStrategy/posts/203794419794859

or view their video testimonials below

 

Multi-Let Success Strategies with Peter Singh - 5th & 6th October

Multi-Let Success Strategies with Peter Singh – 5th & 6th October

More than 66% UK property owners believe the value of their home will stay the same in 2012.

New research from Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks has found that the majority of the UK public believe the value of their home will stay the same over the next 12 months.

The study revealed 66% of homeowners do not expect UK residential property prices to change considerably in either direction.

Only 16% of respondents anticipate that the value of their property will fall again this year, with the remainder expecting the costs to rise.

Retail Director for Clydesdale Bank, Steve Reid stated: “It is encouraging that such a high percentage of people have confidence in the property market and the value of their home.”

The research also revealed property owners in London are the most positive about the prospects of their property prices this year, with 39% believing the value of property is likely to escalate.

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the number of empty UK properties still increasing

The Number of UK Empty Properties Continues To Rise

Despite campaigns from all quarters of the media and industry bodies, the number of empty homes in the UK increased significantly in 2011, new research has shown.

Data from the Communities and Local Government department, (CLG),the Office for National Statistics, (ONS), and Halifax’s own housing statistics database, the study revealed a 1.8% rise in empty residential dwellings.

According to the Halifax Empty Homes survey, which takes into account all private and public empty residential abodes, including those that have been vacant for under six months – leapt from the 650,127 recorded in April 2010 to 662,105 for the same period earlier this year.

Despite this trend, the study also revealed some more positive movement, with the amount of long-term empty private homes, those that have been without occupants for at least 6 months, dropping to the lowest levels since 2008.

These properties account for 44% of all empty residences, underlining the significance of the improvement.

It was shown that April 2011 that there were 292,313 examples of this kind of home, which represented a 1.1% decline on the 295,519 reported in the same four-week period 12 months earlier.

Stephen Noakes, Mortgage Director at Halifax,(a division of Bank of Scotland), said: “The findings show the considerable impact empty properties can have on the overall housing market, claiming it is therefore necessary for action to be taken to address the issue. Long-term empty homes account for about 1.6% of all private homes in England. And at a time when first-time buyers are still facing numerous obstacles to getting on the ladder, it is imperative we look further at the issue as an industry.”

The issue of empty homes that are fit for purpose remains a particular problem in a number of areas across the UK, where the proportion of void occupancy is double the national average. Even the UK’s Private Rented Sector is not unaffected. Landlords with properties requiring substantial improvements are lying empty due to the current lack of available finance.

UK property owners and landlords are reminded that they should have appropriate <a href=”http://www.legal4landlords.com/insurance-services/”>insurance</a>, in order to protect their property assets. However, that insurance may still be invalid if the property is unoccupied for a lengthy period of time (see the small print) and specialist insurance may be required.

<a href=”http://www.legal4landlords.com/”>Legal 4 Landlords</a> offer <a href=”http://www.legal4landlords.com/insurance-services/”>Un occupied BTL</a> insurance for Buy To Let Landlords with empty properties.

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