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How do we get buy to let finance for an SPV (limited Company)
 
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In property investing, finding (and obtaining) the right finance for your buy to lets is just as important as finding the right property. But what is it that the bank wants to see – especially if you’re using an SPV – and is getting finance for a limited company as hard as you think it will be? In this video, and following my 20+ years of experience, I discuss what it is that the banks want to see, look at whether you should buy your properties into an existing limited company (or set up a new one), and take a look at how many buy to let mortgage products are out there today. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to: http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop.
Views: 1452 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - How to increase the value of my £60k Property to £90k?
 
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www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk I had a great couple of follow up questions about how to increase the value of a buy to let investment property from MK after my last videos. Hi Peter I’m looking at low value properties eg 2 bed terraces. What in your opinion is the most cost effective way of increasing the value – adding a bedroom. Kitchen or bathroom I’m looking to spend around £60k, and spend around £12k to get it value up at around £90k and remortgage at 80% LTV Would I have to wait 6 months from date of purchase to remortgage? Many thanks MK Answers are in the video Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk
Views: 5042 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - Government propsed Buy to Let tax changes
 
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For more information about The Property Teacher learning resources visit our new website at www.thepropertyteacher.uk or email us at learn@thepropertyteacher.uk Join our mailing list here: https://visitor.r20.constantcontact.com/d.jsp?llr=c7kztlxab&p=oi&m=1124597541762&sit=axogcdskb&f=e37a729c-5756-49b5-9f90-3862d093529d What should we be thinking about the 3% surcharge on stamp duty (land tax)? Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, Author & Property Investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk
Views: 1869 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - How to Buy as Many Properties as You Want Without Running Out of Cash Part 1
 
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In part 1 we look at the advantages of using light refurbishment buy to let loans and how you can use these to finance your deals and get all of your money out again. Once you know how to do this you can buy as many properties as you want www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk
Views: 1956 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - Finding the right property to pull my money back out?
 
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www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk I've had a question from a reader to the effect of "How do I find the right (buy to let investment) property at the right price to be able to pull all of my money back out?" Hi Peter I have purchased your property manuals in the past and I buy into and understand your strategy of buying, refurbing,refinancing, take your money back out and keep repeating the process. The biggest stumbling block to this is buying the right type of property at the RIGHT PRICE! Do you have any specific advice regarding this. I buy and operate in the Manchester area. Cheers M K Yes, I do have advice, MK, so please watch the video Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor
Views: 1414 Peter Jones
Question eleven   What are the tax implications of owning (buy to let) investment property?
 
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What are the tax implications of owning (buy to let) investment property? There have been two big changes in the last few years First, section 24 of the 2015 Finance Bill restricts the amount of mortgage interest a property investor or second home owner can off-set against rent, phasing off-setting out so that after 2020 we won't be able to off-set any mortgage interest. The second big tax change is that after 2016 a 3% surcharge was added to the Stamp Duty payable by a property investor (buying residential property) or second home owner. The effects of Section 24 are too involved to go into now, and you really need to talk to your accountant. But it seems that many property investors/landlords will find themselves being pushed into a higher tax band, and will end up paying pro rata much more tax than just that due on the rent. In effect landlords/investors will be taxed on turnover and not profit, and property investing will be the only business treated this way. The way around it, it seems, as discussed in an earlier video, is to buy your buy to let property investments into a limited company. if you already own property in your own name you should probably (subject to your accountants advice) move them into a limited company - there are ways of doing this without generating Capital Gains tax or Stamp Duty on what is treated as a deemed disposal. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 731 Peter Jones
What is an SPV and why do we have them?
 
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I hear many people talking about SPVs but I’ve come to realise that there’s a lot of confusion surrounding what an SPV actually is. Many people imagine than an SPV is a separate type of entity in its own right. But this is wrong.. An SPV is really just a generic name for any entity that you choose for a particular purpose. It could be a limited company, an LLP; or partnership. It doesn't really matter – an SPV is really just saying that there is an entity which has been used for a specific reason, ie, a limited company for buying property. In this video I talk about SPVs – what they are and why we have them – and consider why most investors in the UK are using limited companies to purchase property. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 2050 Peter Jones
Holding UK Property in Limited Companies
 
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UK Property & Tax part 3 Since the changes to Section 24 and to ensure that your UK property business is as tax efficient as possible, the received wisdom is that you should now opt for a limited company when buying both buy to lets and properties to trade (or flip). However, there are disadvantages. All of the money that you have within your limited company is within the limited company. So, how can you get money out of the limited company? There are really only two or three ways you can do this. The first is by taking dividends, the second is by paying yourself a salary, and the third is by taking a loan. However, they each come with their own set of challenges. Have a watch of this video to find out more. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best-selling e-book, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 726 Peter Jones
Don't forget buy to let property investing fundamentals
 
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The biggest mistake I see time and time again is that buy to let investors put very little thought into what they buy or why they are buying it. As a consequence, many buy the wrong property or properties that are totally unsuitable for their needs or goals. Rather than just buy any property, at the very minimum, a buy to let investor should consider the basic investment fundamentals. In this video I take a look at what they are and what needs to be taken into account to make sure an investor makes real money in buy to let. To find out more, take a look at www.thepropertyteacher.co.uk Here's to Successful Property Investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, Author & Property Investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk By the way… If you’re considering “property” as the path to your own financial freedom, why not take a look at my best selling “The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop” to help you get started. This is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. Find out more at: www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop.
Views: 639 Peter Jones
Property Teacher - How to get started without much of your own money
 
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We've had a great question asked, and I'm sure many are in the same position: "Hello, i have three jobs and have saved 4k todate. I currently rent a house myself, i would like to build a portfolio to create income in order to change career direction. Would it be wise to buy my own home first rather than a buy to let? I would like to make income from property as a main occupation, which book/ dvd would you recommend buying first?" For more information about The Property Teacher learning resources visit our new website at www.thepropertyteacher.uk or email us at learn@thepropertyteacher.uk Join our mailing list here: https://visitor.r20.constantcontact.com/d.jsp?llr=c7kztlxab&p=oi&m=1124597541762&sit=axogcdskb&f=e37a729c-5756-49b5-9f90-3862d093529d
Views: 639 Peter Jones
Do Property Values Still Double Every 10 Years? (Part 2)
 
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If property prices are to double every 10 years in the UK, then we know that there needs to be a growth rate of around 7.2%. With this in mind, in this video I take a look back over the past thirty-odd years and consider whether it’s still true to say that values double every ten years. Of course, the property market isn't a straight line; it's not a gradual increase or a gradual decline, and in different regions, the market moves by different amounts. With this in mind I take a look at property trends in the UK as a whole over recent years – as well as what’s happening in specific towns and cities now. Watch and discover the regions with the highest and lowest growth rates and find out where the property market is heading. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 816 Peter Jones
Do Property Values Still Double Every 10 Years? ( Part 1)
 
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It’s often said that property prices double every ten years, and in this video I look into whether there is actually any truth in this statement. In the video, you’ll find me on location, standing on a street that I’m not only familiar with, but outside a house that I considered buying many years back. Today, twenty years later nearly to the day, an identical house right next door to this property is up for sale. Whilst one example isn’t nearly enough to answer the question, when we look at property price trends over the past 50 years, I’d be inclined to say that on average, property prices do double every ten years. In this video I take a look at these price trends with growth rates from over the years, and confirm that despite fluctuations, UK property still remains a great investment. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 447 Peter Jones
Have you thought about how S24 is really going to affect you?
 
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Have you thought about how S24 is really going to affect you? Even though Section (or clause) 24 was announced back in 2015, and the affects on the tax system have already started, I can believe that some, perhaps many, buy to let property investors and landlords still have little idea how it going to affect them. There seems to be a collective state of denial, with many assuming it's someone else's problem which "doesn't affect me". Sadly, that's probably not the case, and many investors and landlords will have a shock when the provisions really start to bite, and they feel it in their tax bill. At the other extreme are landlords and property investors who are selling, almost in a blind panic. I'm not convinced that is the right way forward either, unless all aspects of incorporation (putting your properties into a limited company) have been explored and found wanting. where I invest the number of properties going into auction has risen dramatically over the last 18 months and I'm guessing it's because many investors are dumping their buy to lets. Every downside has an upside and if you want to buy, you'll probably be able to find some great bargains. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 309 Peter Jones
The very first thing to do BEFORE buying your first property
 
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The very first thing to do BEFORE buying your first buy to let investment property What do we need to do before we buy our first buy to let investment property? Surely all we need to do is go down to the local estate agents, choose one, and buy it? Sadly, that is how some people treat property investment and perhaps, not surprisingly, they are the ones who are most likely to get their fingers burnt. Before you even think of going to the estate agent there is a crucial step you must take which will make all the difference between success and failure. I’ll tell you all about it in this video Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 789 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - How to Really Make Money in Buy to Let
 
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www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk Do you want a few buy to let properties to supplement your pension? Or perhaps you want a few buy to let properties to supplement your Income? Or maybe you want to be a lot more aggressive and want to assemble a large portfolio to replace your job altogether? Whatever your property goals and aspirations one thing I've noticed in over 30 years in property is that the secret to being successful in buy to let is buying the right property. That might sound obvious but surprisingly very few buy to let investors buy the right property for what they want to achieve. In this video I'll take you through the system I have used to assemble my portfolio, and which you can use to assemble yours. I'll also show you how to recycle your money so you can buy as many or as few properties as you want Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 40995 Peter Jones
Buying investment properties from estate agents
 
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As a buy to let investor, should you consider properties that are on the market with estate agents? Is there enough value in these types of deals - or are the best deals saved for their very best clients? Have a watch and find out the answer here. For more information and to find out how to achieve financial freedom from property investing, please visit www.thepropertyteacher.co.uk
Views: 468 Peter Jones
When would we use an SPV for property investing?
 
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When would you use an SPV for property investing? Should you set up an SPV every time you buy a property? What about if you’re creating a buy to let portfolio and are planning to keep a lot of the properties – should you keep them all in one entity or should you split those properties between different entities? In this video, I look at when we should use SPVs for property investing and what we should do if we’re teaming up with a JV (joint venture) partner. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 632 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - How do I start with no money
 
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www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk I've had a great question from 'S' who wants to know how to do No money left in starting with no money. Hi Peter I have read your email / write up for a while and I'm interested in the one-to-one mentoring. However, I would like to in your mentoring programme; how will I navigate around the fact that I don't have good credit or deposit. Recently, I suffered major set back, which left me semi-homeless. But I am determined to move on and achieve my goals. With your mentoring; how do I work round this situation? Kind regards S The answer is in the video! Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered surveyor, author and property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk
Views: 957 Peter Jones
The Foundation of Property Profits -  How to Finance Your Refurb Project
 
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Finance costs tend to be the greatest expense for any buy to let investor and those looking to hold and rent a property will need to think carefully about finance to be on the right path towards guaranteeing a profit. Any increase in the value of a property following a refurbishment can be potentially drawn out using finance – and if the increase in value is greater than the costs of the work by a sufficient margin, then an investor can claw back the costs of these works. In this video I take a look at buy to let loans and consider how best to fund your refurbishment project. Here’s to successful property investing. Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, Author & Property Investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk
Views: 773 Peter Jones
Is buy to let property investing really dead?
 
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Is buy to let property investing really dead? I’ve met quite a few (new or would be) buy to let property investors recently who seem to assume the days of buy to let are over. But despite the Government's “attack on landlords” I think buying property to rent out is still one of the best property strategies to get into. Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 1406 Peter Jones
Getting money from the bank for your buy to let investment properties
 
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There are something like 1400 different buy to let products available so, mo matter what your circumstances, there should be a bank somewhere who will lend to you. In this video we'll look at what banks principally think about when deciding whether to lend. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 770 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - Goal Setting to Property Success in 5 Simple Steps Part 1
 
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For more information about The Property Teacher learning resources visit our new website at www.thepropertyteacher.uk or email us at learn@thepropertyteacher.uk Join our mailing list here: https://visitor.r20.constantcontact.com/d.jsp?llr=c7kztlxab&p=oi&m=1124597541762&sit=axogcdskb&f=e37a729c-5756-49b5-9f90-3862d093529d There's no doubt that goal setting works. All successful people set and achieve goals. But after 30+ years in the property business I understand that setting 'property goals' can be hard for property and buy to let investors. That's why I've created a resource - Goal Setting to Property Success in 5 Simple Steps - which does what it says on the tin, and takes you through a process to identify your goals, state them in property terms and then make a plan to achieve them. Here's the link: http://www.thepropertyteacher.co.uk/195-2/ You will also be interested in the link to my "hidden" web page which is for book buyers of mine, and where you'll find discounted rates on one-on-one coaching and mentoring: www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/private-mentoring-page Here's to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk
Views: 422 Peter Jones
Investing in property is the best way to save say experts Daily Express Feb 15th 2017
 
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“House prices up by £15,000. Investing in property is the best way to save say experts.” Interesting that the Daily Express regularly put this kind of stuff on the front page. As property investors we need to get the fundamentals right and buy firstly for cash flow, then for capital growth, but it’s nice to be told we’re getting something right. Interesting that this piece is encouraging savers to put their money into (buy to let and investment) property at a time when the Government seem to be bringing in anti-landlord/investor policies. As the Daily Express say, Brits aren’t going to fall out of love with property ownership anytime soon Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 658 Peter Jones
Should you consider a purpose-built new build flat development?
 
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And is there any real value in this type of deal ?
Views: 245 Peter Jones
The 'Do's' and 'Don'ts' of buying to let away from home
 
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I had a great question from a lady based overseas and who wants to invest in (buy to let) property in the UK. The gist of her question is: “I know you have invested away from your local area; what are the ‘do’s and don’ts of buying away from home?” In this longer than usual video (10 mins, but hopefully well worth watching) I cover 4 “do’s” and 1 “don’t” for property investors thinking of investing in property away from home Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 692 Peter Jones
In Property Investing There's Rarely Just One Way of Doing Things
 
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10 Things I’ve Learnt – Part 1 With over 20 years’ experience investing for myself in my own right, I’m going to share with you ten things which I’ve learnt along my property journey. In this first video, I’m going to look at how there’s rarely just one way of doing things. This may be self-evident because when we think about becoming successful in property per se, it’s obvious that there are many different strategies we could follow to achieve success – after all, property is no longer just about buy to lets, but also HMOs, serviced accommodation and rent to rents… to name just a few. However, from time to time we do come across individuals who adamantly state that there's only one way to do a particular thing in property and this can cloud our judgement. In this video I consider why some individuals latch onto ideas or concepts, and encourage those new to property investing to “adopt and adapt” the strategies and approaches of others to make them work for them. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best-selling e-book, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 148 Peter Jones
Does the 2017 budget hint at the very best strategy for property investors
 
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Not surprisingly the press were all carried away by lifting of stamp duty for first time buyers up to £300,000 But for current and future property investors and landlords there were announcements which are more significant. There's build to rent - implicit not explicit - but the government need more houses built. It seems that no government of any colour (blue, red, yellow or green) like investors, especially buy to let investors, very much. But even the most sceptical would surely recognise that they might need to nurture builder investors to get the 300,000 houses a year built? So for the time being, perhaps the next few years, perhaps even the next decade, although we might see buy to let disincentives, we will probably see built to rent, or build to sell, being encouraged. Politically speaking, this is the age of the builder, not of the investor. The other thing we saw in the budget which got little comment was the freezing of indexation relief in limited companies. That sounds technical and a bit boring, but it will affect anyone buying properties into a limited company. Since clause (section) 24 many new and existing investors and landlords have been doing just that, buying into a limited company. I’ll tell you all about it in this video. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 607 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - An Impressive (Buy to Let) Refurb Project by my Mentee, Tyler
 
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How to get all your money back out of a (buy to let) property deal Part 2 www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk Some people I meet doubt it's possible to get all of your money out of a property deal, but in this video, my mentee Tyler, shows how he bought a modest 2 bed terraced house in Sheffield and how when the refurb is done it will value up to a level where he can refinance and get all of his money back If you are interested in my one-on-one 'Pay for a Day' coaching and mentoring sessions please go to www.ThepropertyTeacher.co.uk/mentoring Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author & property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk
Views: 626 Peter Jones
How to Make 2018 Our Best Year Ever in property Part 2
 
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How To Make 2018 Our Best Year Ever (in property)Part 2 Having spent years trying to work out the best way to set property goals and then plan for their achievement, and knowing the difficulties involved, I've put together what I consider to be a 'break-through' tool - a customisable eBook template which takes you step by step through the whole process of property goal setting to preparing a plan which will really work. I've called it Goal Setting to Property Success in 5 Simple Steps and it 'does what it says on the tin'. In it I’ll show you how to set your goals, how to frame them financially and then, crucially, how to state them in terms of property (something many investors struggle with), how to choose the right strategy to achieve them, and then, how to prepare and write a plan for their attainment which will really work. And because most of us would agree that life needs to be holistic and balanced, you can also use it to set and attain your non-property goals as well. If you are serious about achieving property success in 2018, and genuinely want it to be your best year (in property) ever, I’d love to help you, so please go to www.thepropertyteacher.co.uk/goal-setting-property-success-5-simple-steps for full details and to order and download your copy. Successful people know the key to success is having clearly defined goals, adopting the right strategy and having a detailed, workable plan. These are the steps I’ll take you through in detail, so you can hit the ground running in 2018, and look forward to your best year in property ever, and not be resigned to yet another mediocre year where all your hopes and dreams are long forgotten by the end of February. So please grab your copy of Goal Setting to Property Success in 5 Simple Steps and let me help you through the step by step process which will allow you to achieve more than you thought possible. If you’d like me to talk you through how to set your property goals, and then help you to put together a plan to achieve them, then please go to www.thepropertyteacher.co.uk/goal-setting-property-success-5-simple-steps for full details and to order your copy. Here’s to successful property investing, and a wonderfully prosperous and exciting 2018. Peter Jones Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk www.thepropertyteacher.co.uk/goal-setting-property-success-5-simple-steps PS. The formula for property success is simple but very few people know it, even fewer use it. Through the 160 pages of Goal Setting to Property Success in 5 Simple Steps let me talk you through the simple 5 step process, so you can set your property goals and write your very own plan for their accomplishment, and make 2018 YOUR BEST YEAR IN PROPERTY EVER!
Views: 120 Peter Jones
You dont have to sell the properties you refurb
 
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Selling your buy to let investment property is only one way of getting your money back out when you renovate it. Perhaps a better way is to keep it and refinance it using standard a buy to let mortgage? Especially as some buy to let lenders give LTVs of up to 85%. I’ll tell you all about it in this video Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
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Question Ten  What will my exit strategy be?
 
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What will my exit strategy be if I ever want to get out of investing in property and want to sell my buy to let property investments? It might seem a bit premature to ask this question before we start, but it'll almost certainly be far to late if we leave it until we need or want to sell. So ask it now, and ask it regularly as you buy. For many investors the planned exit is 'death'. They plan to buy and never sell. If, thinking about last weeks video, you are buying into a limited company, who will inherit your shares, and who will run the company? If you want to pass the business to your children, would it make sense to give them shares before you really get started, whilst the value of the shares is minimal, so you can reduce your Inheritance Tax liability when you go? What if you want to liquidate the company when you retire? What if you want to retain the company but sell soem propetreis and take some money out in the future? if you know what you want to do, now is the time to start planning it (with your accountant) to make sure it happens. By the way, over the years what you want to do, and teh way you want to do it, will almost certainly change (that's life) but it's still best to have a plan. It's usually easier to deviate from a well thought-out plan than to try to start from scratch when it's too late. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 174 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - How to Buy Properties Without Running Out of Cash - P3
 
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Views: 279 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - How to Buy Properties Without Running Out of Cash - P6
 
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Property Teacher - Should I start with buying my own home or go straight into buy to let
 
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We've had a great question asked, and I'm sure many are in the same position: "Hello, i have three jobs and have saved 4k todate. I currently rent a house myself, i would like to build a portfolio to create income in order to change career direction. Would it be wise to buy my own home first rather than a buy to let? I would like to make income from property as a main occupation, which book/ dvd would you recommend buying first?" For more information about The Property Teacher learning resources visit our new website at www.thepropertyteacher.uk or email us at learn@thepropertyteacher.uk Join our mailing list here: https://visitor.r20.constantcontact.com/d.jsp?llr=c7kztlxab&p=oi&m=1124597541762&sit=axogcdskb&f=e37a729c-5756-49b5-9f90-3862d093529d
Views: 554 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - How to Buy Properties Without Running Out of Cash - P2
 
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Views: 357 Peter Jones
Most Things That We Worry About In Property Actually Never Happen
 
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(10 Things I’ve Learnt – Part 2) Here’s number two on my list of 10 things that I’ve learnt over the course of the last 20 years of investing in property for myself: “Most things that we worry about never actually happen”. I meet so many people, particularly new investors or “would-be” investors, who take very little action especially in the beginning because they're so worried about getting it wrong. But in my experience, most of the stuff that we worry about doesn't actually happen at all. In fact, it’s usually the case that if anything IS going to happen, it will most likely be something which we haven't even thought about – something unexpected. Of course, there will always be some measures that we can take to guard ourselves and some steps which can be taken to lessen some of the obvious risks. However, we won’t be able to control our fears, such as “When will the property market crash?”. In this video, I discuss how we mustn’t let our worries stop us from doing property, and give some suggestions on how to mitigate risks such the future of the UK property market. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best-selling e-book, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 184 Peter Jones
Would you like an introduction to my mortgage broker?
 
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I get so many emails from people asking if I can recommend a good mortgage broker – and of course, I can. So, if you’re looking for a great broker who specialises in buy to let, or if you need finance for owner-occupier residential properties or are looking to get in touch with a development or refinancing specialist (including bridging to possibly buy a property to then transfer on to a buy to let), then watch this video for details. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best-selling e-book, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 161 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - How to Buy Properties Without Running Out of Cash - P7
 
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The Property Teacher - My £30k buy to let investment now refurbed and let
 
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www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk I've now finished the work on my £30k buy to let investment property and have a tenant in paying rent. The main problem was a hole in the roof but the previous owners had left it. So we needed to replaster areas and give it good chance to dry out. We also put in a new bathroom and a new stud wall to separate the kitchen from the living room. And we put in new external doors and windows (and to the ground floor flat which we also own)and painted the external rendering to make it look nice and tidy. And, of course, there was sorting out the title problem which my solicitor tells me is resolved. All in all it’s cost about £10k to the work, so with fees it’s it has cost about £42k in total and I’ve let for £450 a month. If you want to see what it was like when I bought it, and how I creatively financed it, please use these links http://www.thepropertyteacher.co.uk/creatively-financed-new-30000-buy-let-property-investment/ http://www.thepropertyteacher.co.uk/im-excited-new-30000-buy-let-property-investment/ Peter Jones BSc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk
Views: 584 Peter Jones
Your property tax bill in the old days  (Property & UK Tax Part 2)
 
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Prior to the changes to Section 24, the received wisdom was that if you were going to trade properties and wanted to be as tax efficient as possible, then this should be done through a limited company, and if you wanted to hold properties to let out (in other words, buy to lets) then this should be done in your own name. But what about today – how can you ensure your property business is tax efficient today? Following on from my last video, this time around I look at how your tax bill as a property investor has changed over the years and start to go into detail about Corporation Tax, Capital Gains Tax and Income Tax to help you decide the best route for you. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best-selling e-book, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 199 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - Copy My Plan - Buy £2m Property in 4 Short Years
 
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For more information about The Property Teacher learning resources visit our new website at www.thepropertyteacher.uk or email us at learn@thepropertyteacher.uk Join our mailing list here: https://visitor.r20.constantcontact.com/d.jsp?llr=c7kztlxab&p=oi&m=1124597541762&sit=axogcdskb&f=e37a729c-5756-49b5-9f90-3862d093529d How I bought £2m of property in 4 short years. When I started back in year 2000 I bought £2m of property in 4 years, and that was with starting from scratch and using none of my own money. Of course, property prices have increased a lot since then so that'd be like buying almost £4.5m of property today. Looking at the market now, there are many similarities to when I first started, and many experts agree that if you want to be financially free using property, now is the best time in years in which to buy. The same techniques and strategies I used then STILL WORK JUST AS WELL TODAY. In fact, I am still using them to buy even more property now. That means that, if the experts are right, this is the perfect opportunity for you to do the same as I did and put together your own multi-million pound property portfolio, should you want to. Or perhaps you'd just like a few buy to lets to supplement your income or to help with your pension? Whatever your reasons for buying and investing in property I can help you to put together your portfolio much more quickly and simply than I did, and I'll show you how in a moment. But why would you need my help? Surely buying property is easy? Good question, so let me ask you a question in return: "If property investing and buy to let is so easy, why do so many people get it so wrong?" I meet a lot of people who jump into investing but who just don't get it right. I'm often surprised that so many people will commit to spending such large amounts of money, but spurn the chance of help and advice. In my experience, when things do go wrong it's often because of one or more of the following three things..... http://www.thepropertyteacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop/
Views: 1009 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - Buy as many properties without running out of cash - P4
 
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www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk I had a really interesting conversation with a mortgage broker a few weeks ago who showed me an easy way to do No Money Down, No Money Left In deals, using a financial product we've probably all heard about, but which many of us have (wrongly) steered clear of! I explain it all in the video (6 mins) so please have a look, and even better why not add this 'tool' to your 'property tool box? I certainly will be, in fact I'm meeting some one at the end of the week will hopefully help me to arrange my finance. Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor
Views: 2042 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - How to Buy Properties Without Running Out of Cash - P5
 
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Views: 294 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - How to Get All of Your Cash Back Out of a Buy to Let Refurb Project
 
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www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk How to get all of your money back out of a buy to let deal, as shown by my mentee Tyler To learn more about Tyler and his construction services please go to www.tc-construction.uk For more details of my 'Pay as you Go' one-on-one coaching and mentoring scheme please go to www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/private-mentoring-page
Views: 1380 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - How to Buy Properties Without Running Out of Cash - P4
 
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Views: 187 Peter Jones
You don’t need to have your own money to get started in property
 
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(10 Things I’ve Learnt – Part 3) Here’s number three on my list of 10 things that I’ve learnt over the course of the last 20 years of investing in property for myself. “You don’t need to have your own money to get started”. If you’re new to investing or have very little knowledge or experience of how it works, you might assume that in order to be a property investor, you need to have loads and loads of money. After all, even a relatively cheap property is quite expensive in absolute terms. But this is not actually true. Whilst it can be very difficult to do property deals without any money at all, the key thing is that it doesn't have to be YOUR money. What’s more, there are ways and means of getting started with limited funds or no money of your own at all. I’m testament to that, I started out over 20 years ago with none of my own money. To find out how you can do the same, have a watch of this video. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best-selling e-book, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 179 Peter Jones
Crackdown on Rogue Landlords Will Affect Us All
 
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In the week between Christmas and New Year it was announced that the Government are going to crack down on rogue landlords (great if they do - what that usually means, though, is they crack down on decent landlords who currently abide by the law, whilst rogue landlords continue to flout the law, including the new rules that are meant to get them). Turns out that the government want to change the laws around HMO licencing, including bringing in minimum room sizes. The BBC did an article on their website - I'll link it here so you can have a look - gives an interesting flavour of what's coming. What I find interesting is that this is news over Christmas - don't these people (fervent politicians) ever take a holiday? Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best selling ebook, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 134 Peter Jones
The Property Teacher - The Buy to Let Accelerator Plan
 
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http://www.thepropertyteacher.co.uk/the-buy-to-let-accelerator-plan/ If The Secret to Buy to Let Success is Buying The Right property in The Right Way, Why do So Many Get Buy to Let So Wrong? Peter Jones, Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor, put together a multi-property, multi-million pound portfolio, all starting from scratch when he had no regular income and no money of his own. He did this just by using 'the system', and now he's going to share 'the system' with you. This is the same system he and many others have used to put together substantial portfolios with significant cash-flow. Now you can learn and use it too! Peter says there's nothing clever about him but, he says, if you know 'the system', potentially anyone can do what he's done and more. He learned 'the system' through trial and error and admits he made many, many mistakes along the way, mistakes he can help you to avoid so you can achieve even better results, and more quickly, than he did. So if that's the case, why don't we all use 'the system'? Well, the sad truth is most of us know of the system, but few of us use it, or at least use it properly. Peter's a Chartered Surveyor who has been in property for over 30 years, and in his experience of teaching, training, coaching and mentoring others, he realised that many property investors buy without a clear aim, without a clear strategy, and definitely without a clear plan. Instead, many buy in a haphazard manner, almost as if buying any old property will do. So it's not surprising many of us don't get the results we want. As Peter says, the secret to being successful in buy to let is to buy the right properties. Even better, is to buy the right properties in the right way, and that means using 'the system'. Just think of what difference it would make to our financial and property dreams and goals to buy strategically, and to be able to recycle all of our cash out of each deal, time and time again. Just imagine how you would feel knowing that every time you bought a property you'd be able to pull all of your cash back-out and buy another one. How many properties would you buy then? In The Buy to Let Accelerator Plan, a seven week group online coaching series starting Monday 31st March at 8pm, Peter is going to take us deep into 'the system' and reveal the plan he followed, and the strategies and techniques he used, to put together his portfolio of 64 properties, so that you can do the same. Whether you want just a few buy to lets to supplement your income, or a few to supplement your pension, or whether you want to be even more aggressive and put together your own multi-property portfolio and be financially free through the income, this information will be invaluable. This seven week series will give you the template and plan to help you to achieve your property related goals and to be successful in buy to let. For full details and to grab your place on The Buy to Let Accelerator Plan please click here http://www.thepropertyteacher.co.uk/the-buy-to-let-accelerator-plan/ http://youtu.be/VVFVjr9pA1Y
Views: 202 Peter Jones
What Happens If I Use a Trust Fund For My Property Investments? (Property and UK Tax Part 6)
 
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Are you looking to leave a legacy for your children by holding properties and the income that your properties generate in a Trust Fund? I’m not an accountant or a solicitor and I don’t specialise in Trust Law, so whilst I can’t comment on how this can be done, I would like to think about how this might affect a property business. In my opinion, one of the potential problems with having a trust fund is that there might not be too many lenders who would be keen on lending to this type of entity. You have to think that a main priority for any lender is to assess how they could get their asset back if the mortgage payments were to stop – and this might not be viewed as straightforward. As such, it might be difficult going forward to build a portfolio. With this in mind, in this video I take a look at how it might be possible to get around this, and consider how you can structure your business so that your lending is not curtailed. Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best-selling e-book, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 112 Peter Jones
Where's My Indexation Relief Gone and Does It Matter?  (Property & Tax Part 5)
 
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One of the big problems with Corporation Tax and owning your properties within the corporate structure is that you won't get the equivalent of a Capital Gains Tax Relief when you sell. But it hasn’t always been this way; in fact this is only a very recent change that came into effect on 1st January 2018. Prior to this there was what was called Indexation – this was a bit like the corporate equivalent of Capital Gains Tax Allowance. In this video, I take a look at Indexation – what it was and how it worked – and consider the effect that scrapping Indexation Relief has had on property investors today. I also take a look at Capital Gains Tax Allowance for property investments and other investments such as stocks and shares, and give an insight into the amount you will pay on the chargeable gain for this new tax year. Have a watch to find out more! Here’s to successful property investing Peter Jones B.Sc FRICS Chartered Surveyor, author and property investor http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk PS. By the way, I’ve rewritten and updated my best-selling e-book, The Successful Property Investor’s Strategy Workshop, which is an account of how I put together my multi-property portfolio, starting from scratch and with no money of my own, and how you can do the same. For more details please go to http://www.ThePropertyTeacher.co.uk/the-successful-property-investors-strategy-workshop
Views: 85 Peter Jones